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Structural Thresholds

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David Rafferty

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General Info

Year: 2016
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Unknown
Cost: Score and Parts - Unknown


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Program Notes

This piece is based on rhythmic impulses combined with tone (sounds) effects. (air through the instruments, cupping mouthpieces, plunger effects on brass, etc.). The piece has almost no harmonic content. It is like a human body "without the skin" (just bones). The only substantial harmony is found in the piano and harp parts.

- Program Note from the McGill University Wind Orchestra concert program, 30 September 2016


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State Ratings

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  • McGill University (Montreal, Que.) Wind Orchestra (Alain Cazes, conductor) – 30 September 2016 *Premiere Performance*

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