Lines - for Symphony Orchestra (PDF)

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Lines - for Symphony Orchestra (PDF)

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Lines for Symphony Orchestra is a concept piece that takes as its cantus firmus a "pseudo-Schenkerian" line analysis of Bach's Prelude in D Minor from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Volume I, where each bar is expanded to twenty-eight beats. The lines are realized in a variety of ways, ranging from quite literal statements in long, glissandi-type gestures to much more abstract ones, such as the semi-improvisatory harp and celesta duet.

Performance time: 14:00

Premiered by the Qingdao Symphony Orchestra at the Beijing Concert Hall, May 2013. Performance available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-uztSBMi3c

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