Here is the video of the first movement of Requiem for a City, the piece co-composed by Paul Mac and myself. The video is from the premiere performance. Congrats to Sydney Conservatorium of Music, The University of Sydney Wind Symphony cond. John Lynch for doing such a great job.
for wind symphony (picc.2.2.ca.Ebcl.3.bcl.cbcl.2.cbsn.ssax.asax.tsax.bsax – 4.6.2.btrb.2 euph.2 – organ/synth – timp – perc(4) glsp/mar/mcas/clave/susp.cym/vib/BD/2 wdbl/2 c.bell/tamb/xyl/tam-t/log drum/hi-hat/cabasa/SD/crash cym – harp – string bass – synth bass) duration: 16 minutes Faber Music publishing details Audio Excerpt – complete first movement from the premiere performance Programme Notes Paul Mac writes: Music is about freedom. All good cultural movements occur on the fringes where ratbaggery, a sense of mischief, and new vistas of visions are found and formed into newly created genres. Techno is most Continue reading Requiem for a city (2015)