Rhizaria (Barely: part-4) has been performed in Oslo…
In Rhizaria (Barely: part-4) the idea of ‘experienced thresholds’ are explored with extreme close microphones and live electronics capturing nuances of the cello’s quieter sound world and performance details in a way a listener never hears. In this work the electronic layers are created directly from the cellist’s performance. The idea is to ensure a unity of electronic sound and gesture over micro- and macro-time.
Rhizaria (Barely: part-4) was realized in 2007-08 at the composer’s studio and premiered by Tanja Orning and Natasha Barrett on the 7 December 2008 during the Kick-Off Festival presented by Electric Audio Unit at Det Åpne Teater in Oslo (Norway). The work was researched and composed during a stipend from the Norsk kulturråd (Arts Council Norway), 2006-08.
|January 1, 2013||Natasha Barrett, Rhizaria (Barely: part-4) (2007-08), 12:54||Radio Horizon 93.9 (South Africa)|
|October 11, 2020||Natasha Barrett, Rhizaria (Barely: part-4) (2007-08), 12:54||Pulsar / CISM (Canada)|