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Move, tongue

Move, tongue is an attempt to create a non-linear space in sound, where the order of events is not important but rather the experience and perception of their coexistence. In my mind this is analogous to the act of being in a physical space (say a room or a park) and after perceiving it with whatever degree of detail, one arrives at an internal conception — a modeling — of the space.

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Fragment - end texture

Posted by Evelyn Ficarra on May 9, 2012

This is a fragment from my piece 'Lines / Panels / Fragments played by the Berkeley Symphony under the baton of Joana Carneiro on the 22nd of January 2012 during the first Under Construction reading in that year.

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Patagon_5

Posted by Cindy Cox on April 28, 2012

V. La cruz del sur y el cielo que gira ("The southern cross and the revolving sky")
This piece was commissioned by the Alexander String Quartet for the occasion of their thirtieth anniversary season, and is gratefully dedicated to them.

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Patagon_4

Posted by Cindy Cox on April 28, 2012

IV. La tierra fría que duerme ("The sleeping cold earth")
This piece was commissioned by the Alexander String Quartet for the occasion of their thirtieth anniversary season, and is gratefully dedicated to them.

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Patagon_3

Posted by Cindy Cox on April 28, 2012

III. Ballenas australes y pingu?inos de Magallanes ("Southern right whales and Magellanic penguins")
This piece was commissioned by the Alexander String Quartet for the occasion of their thirtieth anniversary season, and is gratefully dedicated to them.

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Patagon_2

Posted by Cindy Cox on April 28, 2012

II. La tierra caliente que duerme ("The sleeping warm earth")