TEASE for Piano and Live Electronics

Research output: Other contribution

Abstract

TEASE was written for and is dedicated to Mary Dullea as part of her investigation into music which explores an expanded soundworld through playing on the inside and outside of the piano. Whilst continuing threads of interest from previous pieces, such as a fascination with virtuosity, improvisation, incorporation of extended techniques and use of live electronics, this piece opens up new paths of exploration, particularly with regard to formal structuring and to timbral colouring. The title refers to the generation of sound using the extended techniques required in the piece where notes have to be literally teased out of the instrument. TEASE begins with a short introduction followed by 12 short sections, the order of which is decided by the performer, before ending with a brief coda.
LanguageEnglish
TypeScore and CD of An Original Composition
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 5 Nov 2008

Fingerprint

Extended Techniques
Live Electronics
Performer
Virtuosity
Coda
Improvisation
Coloring
Music
Sound

Keywords

  • Piano
  • live electronics
  • extended techniques

Cite this

@misc{db03c5b6860e4d89947a1a305249bf61,
title = "TEASE for Piano and Live Electronics",
abstract = "TEASE was written for and is dedicated to Mary Dullea as part of her investigation into music which explores an expanded soundworld through playing on the inside and outside of the piano. Whilst continuing threads of interest from previous pieces, such as a fascination with virtuosity, improvisation, incorporation of extended techniques and use of live electronics, this piece opens up new paths of exploration, particularly with regard to formal structuring and to timbral colouring. The title refers to the generation of sound using the extended techniques required in the piece where notes have to be literally teased out of the instrument. TEASE begins with a short introduction followed by 12 short sections, the order of which is decided by the performer, before ending with a brief coda.",
keywords = "Piano, live electronics, extended techniques",
author = "Frank Lyons",
year = "2008",
month = "11",
day = "5",
language = "English",
type = "Other",

}

TEASE for Piano and Live Electronics. / Lyons, Frank.

14 p. 2008, Score and CD of An Original Composition.

Research output: Other contribution

TY - GEN

T1 - TEASE for Piano and Live Electronics

AU - Lyons, Frank

PY - 2008/11/5

Y1 - 2008/11/5

N2 - TEASE was written for and is dedicated to Mary Dullea as part of her investigation into music which explores an expanded soundworld through playing on the inside and outside of the piano. Whilst continuing threads of interest from previous pieces, such as a fascination with virtuosity, improvisation, incorporation of extended techniques and use of live electronics, this piece opens up new paths of exploration, particularly with regard to formal structuring and to timbral colouring. The title refers to the generation of sound using the extended techniques required in the piece where notes have to be literally teased out of the instrument. TEASE begins with a short introduction followed by 12 short sections, the order of which is decided by the performer, before ending with a brief coda.

AB - TEASE was written for and is dedicated to Mary Dullea as part of her investigation into music which explores an expanded soundworld through playing on the inside and outside of the piano. Whilst continuing threads of interest from previous pieces, such as a fascination with virtuosity, improvisation, incorporation of extended techniques and use of live electronics, this piece opens up new paths of exploration, particularly with regard to formal structuring and to timbral colouring. The title refers to the generation of sound using the extended techniques required in the piece where notes have to be literally teased out of the instrument. TEASE begins with a short introduction followed by 12 short sections, the order of which is decided by the performer, before ending with a brief coda.

KW - Piano

KW - live electronics

KW - extended techniques

M3 - Other contribution

ER -