Monthly Archives: November 2012

Playing with sound – Derangement

Seeking inspiration and new ways of operating using the recording studio as the catalyst. My usual method of developing musical material is to take rhythmic and melodic ideas, these that just pop into my head, usually at the most inopportune … Continue reading

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Starting Point or Halfway House

As a composer, I have frequently been attracted to working with unusual instruments/instrumental groups and my initial premise for the portfolio of works for the doctorate was to create music for unrepresented instruments. The compositions completed so far include: “Summer … Continue reading

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Introductions

The posts in this blog will show the processes used, problems faced and choices made in the composition of a brand new work for Drums and ? This has not yet been decided and will be part of the process. … Continue reading

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