Inspired by a series of field recordings collected from around the Newcastle Region by flautist Sarah Monk, I was motivated to create a work that played with the spatial, the acoustic and the electronic. The brief was to compose a work for blindfolded audience and surround sound in response to Pauline Oliveros’ meditations on sound and experience. Movement I: two-step, explores the sensation of walking through a space, mirrored by the choreography of the flute’s movement in the performance space and its repetitious rhythmic repetition of a handful of pitches and intervals that frame the work. In contrast, Movement II places greater emphasis on shaping a space between an atmospheric and transformative electroacoustic track of train recordings against the bass flute’s natural amplification of deeper and aspirated sounds.

 

Difficulty: Medium to Advanced

Length: 6 minutes and 30 seconds

 

Instrumentation:

Electroacoustic Track

Flute in C (doubled on Bass Flute)

Modes of Transportation Package (Score and Electro Track)

$25.00Price
  • PDF: 9 pages

    Electronic Track: .mp3

© 2020. Victoria Pham. Artist. Archaeologist. Composer. 

Australia | United Kingdom

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