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An experimental piece, that deals with some of the pressures that can destroy creativity…

Written in response to a request from a John White, who was gave a short series of seminars to members of the Forum Composers of London on Music Theatre.

The brief was to portray "Human to Machine". The angle I took was to portray the human with the ability to be creative having that creativity vrtually destroyed by those who think they know best. However, in reality cannot think themselves and try and get others to not think eiher.

I extended the brief, becuase I wnated there to be some hope at the end, however it doesn't end that happily.

Score ID
Year of composition
Tony Matthews
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
Modern classical music

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