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Saunders, J
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: M1
although it may appear to vary by the way in which units are joined (2009-10) is scored for guitar, melodica and radio. The ordering of pages is constrained by the requirement that at the end of one page and the beginning of the next share a common sound. The title is taken from Mel Bochner’s essay The Serial Attitude (1967). The piece is part of the series divisions that could be autonomous but that comprise the whole (2009- ) and was written for Stephen Chase and first performed by him at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield, April 2010.
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