Title

Intermodulations: A homage to Roger Smalley

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Publisher

TURA New Music

School

Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)

RAS ID

24014

Comments

Hope, C., Vickery, L., James, S., Parr, T., Wyatt, A., & Devenish, L. (2016). Intermodulations: A homage to Roger Smalley. Perth, Australia: TURA New Music.

Sound recording of Intermodulations: A homage to Roger Smalley available on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's website:

https://www.abc.net.au/classic/programs/new-waves/roger-smalley-intermodulation/9691492

Video recording of Zeitebenen available at https://vimeo.com/210245147

Description

A concert of the works for electronics and acoustic instruments by Roger Smalley

Performed by Decibel

1. Didjeridu (1974) for four channel tape

2. Transformation (1968 rev71) piano and live electronic modulation

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

Piano: Adam Pinto, Electronics: Chris Tonkin

3. Impulses (1986) sextet

Flute: Cat Hope, Cello: Tristen Parr, Piano: Adam Pinto, Dx7: Stuart James, Percussion: Louise Devenish, Trombone: Bruce Thompson, Conductor: Aaron Wyatt

4. Monody (1971–2) for piano with live electronics.

Piano: Stuart James, Electronics: Lindsay Vickery

5. Zeitebenen (1973, revised 1975)

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

Soprano Saxophone: Lindsay Vickery, Viola: Aaron Wyatt Percussion: Louise Devenish, Piano: Stuart James Electronics: Chris Tonkin, Tapes: Cat Hope, Tristen Parr Conductor: Pedro Alvarez

Additional Information

Intermodulations: A homage to Roger Smalley was performed at Studio Underground, State Theatre Centre, Perth, Western Australia on 7 June 2016.

Decibel Ensemble Artists

Cat Hope: Artistic Director, composer, flutes, basses

Lindsay Vickery: composer, reeds, programming

Stuart James: composer, keyboards, programming, sound diffusion

Tristen Parr: cello Aaron Wyatt: viola, programming

Louise Devenish: percussion

Guests: Chris Tonkin, Pedro Alvarez, Adam Pinto, Bruce Thompson, Tim Gillett

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