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Published on Nov 1, 2013
Clepton, for synthesizer, piano, cello, and drums. Ten sections: Wave - Gestures to Points - Uneven Pulse - Exponential Trills - Chase - Stochastic - Particles - Harmonics - Delay - Last.
Earl Howard's Clepton (2006) is as complex, mysterious and poetic as the outer limits of science he finds inspiration in, and the imagery of particle physics is particularly appropriate for the extraordinary interaction that takes place between the composer and his three playing partners throughout Clepton's 38 minutes. For Gerry Hemingway, "these are models that might be referenced to help us focus our approach to a given section-a basic understanding of scientific principles and concepts is useful as they often have terminology that better articulates the intent of a player's actions rather than, say, feelings which are more vague and open to interpretation."
Synthesizer: Earl Howard Drums: Gerry Hemingway Cello: Ernst Reijseger Piano: Georg Graewe