Mirovia Ocean for chamber orchestra and electronics
Original Creative Work
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)
Mirovia is conjectured to be an ancient superocean that surrounded the supercontinent Rodinia in Neoproterozoic Era 1,000 million to 541 million years ago. Like Iapetus Ocean  , the work is intended as a companion to my realtime generative "Tectonic" works Rodinia, Vaalbara. It uses the notation developed for Tectonic: Rodinia  and Pannotia, but does not involve any realtime manipulation of musical materials.
This recording was made by performers from Decibel, GreyWing Ensembles and others in Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. Piccolo - Kirsten Smith , Flute - Cat Hope , Clarinets and Saxophones - Lindsay Vickery , Trumpet - Dan O'Connor, Horn/Trombone/Tuba - Ewan Potter, Piano - Lindsay Vickery , Violins and Viola - Aaron Wyatt , Cello and Double Bass - Tristen Parr , Percussion - Louise Devenish and Vanessa Tomlinson