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Innerludes (for Melodicas & Bowed/Struck Vibraphones)

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Genre: Percussion Ensemble
# of Players: 7-9
Level: Medium Difficult | Duration: 14:30
Publisher: C. Alan Publications | Copyright: 2018

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  • Notes & Instrumentation

    INNERLUDES is a set of five short pieces for struck and bowed vibraphones and melodicas that was inspired by the lush, granular sound of electronic vocoders and other synthesized effects, exemplified especially by artists like Bon Iver, Jacob Collier, and Imogen Heap.

    Genre: Percussion Ensemble | # of Players: 7-9
    Level: Medium Difficult | Duration: 14:30

    Instrumentation
    Solo Vibraphone (4 mallets & 2 bows)
    Vibraphone 1 [2 players] (2 mallets, 2 bows each, 2 chopsticks each)
    Vibraphone 2 [2 players] (2 mallets, 2 bows each, 2 chopsticks each)
    Melodica 1 [1-2 players) (2 chopsticks)
    Melodica 2 [1-2 players] (2 chopsticks)

    Program Notes
    INNERLUDES is a set of five short pieces for struck and bowed vibraphones and melodicas. The first piece, res(pi)t, was composed in 2016 and the remaining four were completed in 2018.

    I. res(pi)t
    II. palindromic waltz
    III. double pendulum
    IV. lull∀by
    V. sara(∞)bande

    There are three unifying elements found throughout all movements:
    First, I was inspired by (and attempted to recreate with acoustic instruments) the lush, granular sound of electronic vocoders and other synthesized effects, exemplified especially by artists like Bon Iver, Jacob Collier, and Imogen Heap. Second, each movement draws on a concept from mathematics or symbolic logic for its musical construction and/or programmatic evocations. Finally, each movement is made from a deeply personal connection or nostalgic memory of mine, hence the title “Innerludes.”
    – Dave Hall

  • Video

    • Percussion Ensemble Performance: Memory Palace

      The University of Nebraska Percussion Ensemble’s first concert of the year, “Memory Palace”, is shaped by Christopher Cerrone’s quartet for percussion and electronics of the same name. According to Cerrone: “Memory Palace is a kind of paen to places and people that have deeply affected me. The title refers to an ancient technique of memorization that helped orators remember very long speeches by placing mental signposts in an imaginary location and ‘walking’ through it. In this piece, the palace is my life.” The rest of the program echoes this feeling of nostalgia- of people, places, and musical styles. Selections include the first full performance of Innerludes by Dave Hall; a hip-hop retrospective for multi-percussion entitled Boom Bap by Nick Werth; Bob Becker’s ragtime classic Girlfriends Medley featuring sophomore George Warner on xylophone solo; The Palace of Nine Perfections for percussion orchestra by Eric Ewazen, Second Thoughts by recent UNL Guest Artist Evan Chapman; and Memory Palace by Christopher Cerrone. The Percussion Ensemble is made up of students from the percussion studio, under the direction of Dave Hall. Program: https://unl.box.com/s/1bbfhe38vwlumq9dbpjcmwra22nx9p8t
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