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Nowhere Moving

Sheet Music: Performance Parts

Nowhere Moving : (trio) for bass clarinet, percussion, piano and electronics / Connor D'Netto

by Connor D'Netto (2019)

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  • Instrumentation: Bass clarinet, piano, percussion, tape track.


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The strange contrast of traveling yet not able to move yourself, crammed into a busy carriage, a small seat, a traffic jam, a queue, in a sea of bodies, a blur of faceless individuals, nervous, tense, going through the motions . . .

nowhere moving is an uneasy meditation on some everyday experiences of modern urban life. From the opening it sets up its mechanisms, constant processes, clicking, churning. The individuals fall in, are tossed around, attempt to break into their own, work their way into somewhat grooves.

Published by: Australian Music Centre — 1 set of 3 performance parts (50p. -- A4 (portrait))

Difficulty: Advanced

Duration: 15 mins

Commission info: Initially conceived as part of the ballet "non-place".

First performance by Cat's Cradle Collective, Central School of Ballet — 26 Apr 19. Non-Place, Britten Theatre, London UK

The electronics for this piece are in the form of a pre-recorded tape track, which mostly consists of harsh electronic percussive clicking. Co-ordination of the tape and performers is through synchronisation with the click-track provided. This may be achieved in the DAW software of your choosing. If you do not have access to a commercial DAW, this can be achieved in Playrstation, a custom application for Mac OS, available upon request from composer.

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- Video: Nowhere Moving

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