A new piece (maybe two pieces, or a piece and an ‘epilogue’ perhaps): with the very same twist to their faces for baritone saxophone and accordion.
Here is the first page of the ‘epilogue’, with the very same twist to their faces (under erasure), which is made up of trace layers/ palimpsestic readings of the ‘main’ version.
A new part of the network score series; this time for between two and four pianos. More open than the string quartet version. More silences.
Full score here (.pdf 5.2mb)
New score (.pdf , 25mb) for eight voices parametrically controlled with noise-terrain amplitude envelopes.
So, just finished preliminary checks of my very first String Quartet scores. Quite exciting. Won’t post the full score just yet, but here’s a part of the Cello’s score: the network itself.
I’ll post a full breakdown at some point but essentially, nodes represent musical events (notated separately), edges represent durations for which the events are sustained, leading to the next.
Massive thanks to @Big_Pause for his invaluable help with the code on this one. Now to find a string quartet…