Wounding Dart - for Piano & Percussion
Wounding Dart was written during the CoMA Contemporary Music Festival Summer School held at Doncaster College, High Melton Campus (UK) between 20th and 26th of July 2008. I attended a course called 'borrowed materials' led by Michael Zev Gordon. The course is best summed up by the summer school's flyer:
"Borrowed Materials: Transcription, transformation, quotation, collage, folk song, jazz, the classical past… this course explores the important role of borrowed materials in composition, and will help you to develop a new work to be performed by Rolf Hind and Joby Burgess towards the end of the course."
I decided to base my piece on the Dowland lute song Come Again! Sweet Love Doth Now Invite.
The piece was played in a workshop on the 24th July and first performed in concert by Rolf Hind and Joby Burgess on the 25th July 2008. The recording above is an extract from that performance.
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