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Do Bats eat Cats?

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Caractéristiques
Region
Asia
Date
2011
Estimated Duration
11 - 15min
In Stock
Notes sur cette pièce
This work was commissioned by the Israeli Contemporary Players with a grant from Ernst Von Siemens. Premiered in Tel-Aviv with Jean-Michael Lavoie conducting. The recording was made by the same ensemble conducted by Zsolt Nagy."Do bats eat cats?" Alice asks herself while falling into the rabbit-hole in Lewis Carroll's famous story. This moment represents the transition between the real world and the dream world, between the conscious and unconscious mind, a progression that I believe allows the creative process to take place. The act of creation requires constant movement between the two worlds of logic and intuition. In this piece I was inspired by the metaphor of an eruption followed by ricochets. This element of eruption can be found in all parts of the piece - from the sound material to the global form. Premiere, March 2011, conducted by Jean-Michael Lavoie.  
Instrumentation
Flute (1)
Clarinet (1)
Piano (1)
Percussion (1)
Violin (1)
Viola (1)
Violoncello (1)
Doublebass (1)
Recording
same ensemble conducted by Zsolt Nagy."Do bats eat cats?" Alice asks herself while falling into the rabbit-hole in Lewis Carroll's famous story. This moment represents the transition between the real world and the dream world - between the conscious and unconscious mind - a progression that I believe allows the creative process to take place. The act of creation requires constant movement between the two worlds of logic and intuition. In this piece I was inspired by the metaphor of an eruption followed by ricochets. This element of eruption can be found in all parts of the piece - from the sound material to the global form. Premiere - March 2011 - conducted by Jean-Michael Lavoie.   Instrumentation Flute (1)
Clarinet (1)
Piano (1)
Percussion (1)
Violin (1)
Viola (1)
Violoncello (1)
Doublebass (1)
Score Details
Format - A4 / US Letter
Pages - 42


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