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"Some thoughts about time" - Lanier Sammons

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Published on Apr 26, 2013

"Some thoughts about time" (World Premiere) (2012) by Lanier Sammons

Indeterminate Movement Order:
Stability
Intertwined
Bound
Strata
Held
Patience

Post-Haste Reed Duo
Sean Fredenburg, alto and tenor saxophones
Javier Rodriguez, bassoon

2013 Jubilus Festival
Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida
Gainesville, FL

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Some thoughts about time (2012) by Lanier Sammons (b. 1983) consists of a set of short, reconfigurable movements for saxophone, bassoon, and (often) electronics that focus on the temporal qualities of music. The movements addresses various theories about musical time proposed by theorists, psychologists, aestheticians, and, of course, composers. These theories are variously explored, affirmed, contrasted, challenged, and developed within and across the movements of the piece.

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