A response to Biding I, written for the MASH Marathon at the JdP Music Building, St Hilda’s College, Oxford on Friday 27th January 2017 and performed by Hannah Merchant (cello). It combines electronic delays and pre-recorded samples with cello on a time-spaced score.
Biding II for cello and electronics
Biding I for cello and electronics
This piece incorporates various live sampling methods and is to be performed by a cellist and a separate performer with a laptop (or tapes and a stand-alone live sampling device). The piece has a meditative quality, regularly pausing for thought as natural and artificial reverbs are allowed to die away. The performers have this in…
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