takadanobaba  for voice, violin, trumpet, alto saxophone, bass clarinet, electric guitar, prepared piano and percussion
Original Creative Work
agitation techniques: chamber music XV 
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) / Centre for Research in Entertainment, Arts, Technology, Education and Communications
Like most Tokyo metro stations, Takadanobaba is filled with the very noisy and chaotic sounds of humanity. Sometimes such places seem paradoxically empty and almost still. In this work a field recording of the station underwent an analogous stripping of sound - removing all but the most prominent frequencies. The resulting "empty" recording was then annotated and orchestrated for an ensemble of 8 performers. The work was written for and is dedicated to performers from the Tone List group.
from agitation techniques: chamber music XV , released April 2, 2018.
Annika Moses (voice), Dan O'Connor (trumpet+pedals), Ben Greene (percussion), Aaron Wyatt (violin), Jameson Feakes (guitar+pedals) and josten myburgh (saxophone+laptop), Lindsay Vickery (bass clarinet) and Michael Terren (prepared piano)