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Performance Notes

Set- up All three instruments should be lightly amplified. In addition, a contact microphone is attached onto the Tam-tam. Levels for this microphone may need to be adjusted during the performance, depending on the action produced on the instrument. General Quarter Tones (from lower to higher):

For reasons of practicality, only quarter-tone flats and sharps are used. Default playing mode is without vibrato.

– dynamics in quotation marks indicate the force of action in the instances where the sonic outcome does not match the action required.

Flute

– mixture of tone and breath sound.

– (used together with the closed emb. indication) breath sound with lips completely covering the embouchure, sounds a major 7th below the written pitch.

– tongue ram. sounds a major 7th below the written pitch.

– altering intonation by adjusting the embouchure, ca. quarter-tone higher or lower.

– inhale and exhale, respectively.

IPA Pronunciation Guide Vowels IPA

English approximation

ɑ

as in father as in the French la as in cat as in bed as in creek as in Leo as in put somewhat like roses (close back unrounded vowel: make an /u/ sound and unround the lips)

a æ e i o u ɯ


Consonants IPA

English approximation

b d f g ʁ h k l m n p r s ʃ v j z

as in about as in ado as in food as in ago as in the French r (articulated from the soft palate, not from uvulae) as in home as in coal as in late as in much as in not as in pan as in the Scottish r (rolled) as in send as in shoe as in vase as in yet as in zone

Violin Preparation: From measure 55 until the end, the violin is to be prepared with two cigarette filters inserted between 1st and 2nd, and 3rd and 4th strings, approximately 1 inch (~2.5 centimeters) away from the bridge. Always play in the area between the filter and the bridge, unless indicated otherwise. In the slow sustaining tones, aim for relatively stable multiphonic sounds, adjusting bow position and pressure accordingly. In the more active passages, the result will be a more unpredictable distortion of the natural timbre of the violin. Bow positions: SP – sul ponticello ASP – alto sul ponticello (almost on the bridge) ST – sul tasto AST – alto sul tasto ORD – ordinario - bow directly on the bridge, with left hand muting the strings. Arrows to and from the notehead indicate the gradual movement to or away from the indicated bow position.

– granular sound: increased bow pressure and slow bow speed, creating a scratching sound. The passage in at the end between, where the bow pressure alternates between flautando and over-pressure bowing, loosely following the graphic indications in the score.

– clef for playing behind the bridge (plucking the second string behind the bridge in this instance).

– half-harmonic: left hand pressure somewhere between the light harmonic touch and a normal stopped tone, creating a noisy and grainy mixture of both. A word about harmonics: Apart from their traditional use, ‘harmonic’ pressure is used at unusual nodes to produce complex sounds that will not correspond to a specific overtone (for example, the ‘touch major-second’ harmonics occurring in violoncello in the second measure). One can think of it as a spectrum from a stopped note, through a half-harmonic, to a full harmonic finger pressure.


Percussion List of Instruments (Everything set on a table––preferable wooden): Egg Shaker, Chinese Gong, Large Woodblock, Frame Drum, Tam-tam (with contact microphone attached), Sandpaper (on the table, unless otherwise indicated), grains (such as rice, to be poured on to various surfaces), metal chain (to be rolled off the table). List of Beaters Wooden Chopsticks, Reibestock (friction stick)

C – center E – edge

– dead stroke

– scrape

Starting in measure 56, the percussionist is asked to ‘play’ the contact microphone. With the hand, gently touch, tap, brush, or rub the microphone, loosely following the indicated part. In measures 107-108, lightly drag Reibestock on the microphone.

All other explanations are indicated in the score.

duration: ca. 9’20”


landscape with inscription alican çamcı (2017)

q = 60 ca. 25"

Percussion

Electronics

44

∑ ∑

g ∑

Ó

ca. 25"

/

œ

g ∑

° ¢/

° Vln. & ¢ ° Perc.

/

¢/

° El. ¢ /

[fo]

pp

p

r r ‰™ œ µœ ST 1/2 clt

j

II

III IV

p

‰™

Œ

E

‰ œJ

Œ

Œ

‰ ™ œr

pizz.

I

mf

r œ Ó

j œfi pp

&

sim.

Tape: Reading 1

2

BO

Œ

Œ

2 4

3 4

Œ

‰ ™ r ‰ b )j Œ O

Œ

[s]

[s]

arco ST

≈ Oj ≈Œ -œ

Œ

[knuckle] C

j ¿ ‰ Œ

p

ST 1/2 clt

œB œ

‰ Œ

∑ ∑

Œ

[ʃ]

p

Œ

pp

[Chopstick]

‰ ™ )r

closed emb.

ppp

pp

Œ

Ó

œ

p

Œ

‰™

[s]

[s]

Reading One

ca. 25"

‰ j #O

‰ Or ≈ Œ ‰ Or ≈ Œ

34

open emb.

Woodblock [fingers]

Ó

1

° Fl. & ¢

j - ‰ Œ

[speak into Tam-tam]

Tape: Cowles Bog Soundscape

5

Ó

ca. 25"

¢/

3 4

closed emb. t.r.

mp

g ∑

° Violin & ¢ °

24

g ∑

° Flute & ¢

q = 72

pp

sim.

3

‰‰ j Bœ mp

‰œ j J

pizz.

µœ

II

I

III IV

mp

4 4

r ) ‰™ Œ

æær ææj ‰ œ œ

pp

Ó

Ó

‰ Oj ‰ Œ 3

g Ó

ca. 8"

[t]

mp

&

scrape along the edge tip to bottom

Œ

) J‰Ó

mf

Ó

g Ó

ææ œ

g Œ Ó

Ó

Ó

ca. 8"

f

Sandpaper

Œ

Ó

œ ‰ Œ J

scrape along the edge bottom to tip

‰™

q = 60

open emb.

r æ ™ ‰ œæ p

ca. 8"

g Ó

ca. 8"

Ó


2

° Fl. & ¢

g ∑

Perc.

El.

g

17

° Vln. & ¢

El.

Perc.

El.

Ó

g ∑

3 4

® rK≈ Oj Ó #O .

‰ ™ B œR Ó

Ó

≈ œR ‰

pizz.

[k]

‰OO

[t]

r ™ ¿‰ Œ

Frame Drum [fingers]

Ó

[speak into Tam-tam]

[s] [t]

j

II

I

III IV

œ

Reading

g Ó

œ

43

mf

‰ œJ

Œ

mf

&

‰ ™ œr E

Œ

j œ ‰Œ Ó

j œfi p

Two

Œ

Woodblock [fingers]

Ó

Woodblock [Reibestock]

-

p

mf p

p

Ó ca. 8"

Ó

Œ

open emb.

‰ Oj

Œ

2 4

3 4

[t]

p

ST 1/2 clt

Œ

j ‰ Œ b œ µœ

arco

Tape: Reading 2

Œ j ‰ ‰™ r ‰ ‰ j Œ ). -) [so] [s] closed emb. t.r.

mf

) ‰JŒ mf

Œ

Œ

‰™

sim.

r j œ œ ‰

mp

Woodblock [Chopstick]

Œ Œ

II

m œ œ µœ

into Tam-tam

Œ ≈ ∑

mp

j I

III IV

arco bow on the bridge

‰™ R

ppp

Œ

f

Œ

‰™

p

¢/

∑ ∑

arco ST 1/2 clt

Œ œJ ‰ & j bœ™ p

Œ

ææj ‰ Œ œ

≈ œJ ™

∑ ∑

"f "

Œ

) Œ J‰

Sandpaper

mf

[s]

mf

pp

II

I

III IV

mf

) ‰J

Œ

Turn the Gong upside down

"f "

24

g

ca. 10"

,

p

O

clt

ST (slow bow/flautando)

o

g

ca. 10"

Pour grains on Chinese Gong: irregular, start slowly with a few grains, accelerating slowly—like a rainstick.

ca. 15"

µœ

g ∑

g

#O

≈ ‰ ™ œR j

ca. 10"

ca. 15"

g

j ‰Œ Ó

g ∑

g ∑

r ‰ ™ Or O pizz.

"f "

mp

Chinese Gong [fingernail] scrape

scrape along the edge bottom to tip

æær œ

j Ofi

[s] [t]

ca. 15"

/

Ó

ca. 15"

‰™

open emb.

p

‰ ™ œR Œ

[Così,]

Œ

pizz.

3

4 4

q = 60

mp

pp

° ¢/

° ¢/

#O. O. Œ

closed emb.

3

¢/

°

Œ

[ʁ] [s]

g Ó

Ó

/

° ¢&

g

B

mp

ca. 8"

ca. 7"

° Fl. & Ó ¢

Vln.

j‰ Ó BO

g ∑

Sandpaper

23

44

pp

° ¢/

° Fl. & ¢

Perc.

O

ca. 7"

/

24

ca. 8"

p

¢/

°

Ó

ca. 7" arco AST very slow bow, extreme flautando 'grains' audible

° Vln. & ¢ b, o °

g Ó

ca. 8"

ca. 7"

11

q = 72

g ∑

ca. 10"

∑ [speak into Tam-tam]

œ

Reading

œ

Three

&


4 4

q = 72

° j Fl. & µO ¢ 28

[s]

pp

° j Vln. & ¢ Bœ

El.

° ¢/

° Fl. & ¢ 32

° Vln. & ¢

Perc.

El.

Œ

/

‰™

Frame Drum [Reibestock]

r j œ œ ‰

III IV

43

mp

q

‰ bO

closed emb. t.r.

j -

3

Ó

r ‰™ ¿

pizz.

œ J

œ

p

r œ

p

mp

Œ

‰ j #-

B Ϫ ŠJ

‰ ‰

Œ

Œ

p

r r ™ œ œ ‰

Œ

pp

Ϫ

mp

Egg Shaker

sim.

3

nœ B œ

œ~~~~~~~~ œ J R ‰™

mp

Œ

Frame Drum [fingers]

Œ

g ∑

œ

mf

ca. 8"

g

ca. 8"

J

Œ

B, o

g ∑

g ∑

p

r ‰™ ≈ O O ‰ ‰ O

Œ

Œ

µœ

≈ œr ‰

Œ

j bœ

mp

C

pp

j œ

) J

"f "

p

∑ ∑

[f > s]

” #“œ R

mf

‰™

mf

) ≈ R ‰

‰ Œ

mp

24

44

q = 72

O O

µ

g

[sæ]

g ∑

g ∑

ca. 6"

∑ [speak into Tam-tam]

œ

œ

Reading Four

œ

mp

Œ

) R ‰™

Sandpaper

mf

Tape: Reading 4

5

[i]

mf ST, normal speed

1/2 clt

≈ bœ

p

SP arco ord.

‰ ™ #Or Oj ‰ Bœ III

mf

p

Woodblock [Reibestock]

j œ

n

j j O O ‰ O # O‰

≈‰

ca. 6"

) )

pizz.

Sandpaper

3

[s] [t]

p

sim.

closed emb.

bO O ≈ ‰

[k] [t]

[ʃ]

ca. 6"

p

ca. 6"

arco AST (slow bow/flautando)

≈ œ ≈ œ œr ‰ ™

mp

vary the speed of dragging, going back and forth between a constant stream of sound and isolated 'clicks'

ca. 8"

Frame Drum [Reibestock]

44 B

mp

‰ Ó

[t]

[o > i]

Gong (upside down, with grains inside) [Reibestock]

µœ

[h]

ST 1/2 clt

∑ into Tam-tam open emb.

O

Œ

[per]

ca. 6"

œ

[ɑ > i]

ST 1/2 clt

° Vln. & ¢

j O O ‰ #O

3

O™

mp

arco

œ~~~~~ œ R R ‰™

‰™

3

3 4

p

Œ

open emb.

sim.

2 4

‰ ‰ j j ‰ œ b œ µœ

sfz

mf

Œ ‰™

3

Œ

E

mp

g ° Ó Fl. & j ‰ Œ ¢ ) o

° ¢/

Œ

C

q = 72

pp

° ¢/

¢/

‰™

Frame Drum [fingers]

mp

arco

&

open emb.

‰ j j ‰ #O pp

Œ

f

[u]

/

/

‰ œJ

Ó

closed emb. t.r.

[f]

mp

4

35

El.

j I

3 4

[ɑ]

p

Ó

p

q = 60

Perc.

II

mp

Tape: Reading 3

¢/

°

≈ œR ‰ pizz.

œ~~~~~~~~~ œ ‰™ J R

[s] [t]

mp

Egg Shaker

¢/

°

r j ‰ Œ ‰ nO O ≈ ≈ j ≈ # O µO # O µO

mf

‰ ≈ µOj ≈ Œ µ -œ bœ

p

open emb.

[ʁo]

ORD arco ord

ST 1/2 clt

Perc.

j b- ‰ ‰™

‰ ‰ nOj

[o]

°

closed emb. t.r.

3

q = 66

Ó

Œ

Ó ∑


4

° Fl. & Ó ¢ 40

‰ j j O #O ™ [ɑ]

[is]

mf

° Vln. & ¢ °

ST

SP

Œ ‰ #Oj µ œ b œ µ œ mf-

° ¢/

° Fl. & ¢ 45

4 4

° Perc.

El.

Œ j œ p

) ΠJ j )fi

œ

p

[ts] [t] [fu > s]

p

‰ j bœ™ ‰Œ

j ‰ µœ

≈œ

ppp

49

Œ

° Perc.

El.

µ,

mp

/ œj

¢/ Ó ° ¢/

b, ‰

Œ

µ,

Œ

pizz.

j

II

I

III IV

arco SP

&

f

j O™

[ʁ]

#,

3

5 8

p

[s]

)

pp

#,

r œ

pp

p

"f "

j œ™ ≈

j Ofi

[fo]

j ¿

mp

III IV

p

‰™

O

2 4

"f "

Œ ∑

pp

µœ

Framedrum [fingernail] scrape

ώ

p

O

j b œ n œ nœ

r œ

p

q

3

Π[knuckle] C

&

I

j ¿‰ Œ

Œ

[ʁhæ]

p

"f "

II

q = 66

O B O ‰™

bϪ

‰ ™ œR Œ j

[t]

Woodblock [knuckle]

Tape: Reading 5

open emb.

ST 1/2 clt

pp

Œ

pp

(3+2)

mp

[finger] E

)

[k]

p

Woodblock [Reibestock]

Sandpaper

open emb.

pizz.

6

p

j‰ ® ≈B O ≈ ##O

,

Œ œ

pp

≈ œr ‰ ™

closed emb. t.r.

B œ# œ , , µ ,

) J

œ ¿ ‰™

~~~~ Ϫ J

Œ

µ n ≈ #O O

ST 1/2 clt

Reading Five

Sandpaper

[finger] [knuckle] E C

pp

Frame Drum [fingers] C

Œ

q = 72

[speak into Tam-tam]

œ

) ) n) ) n) ‰

j #-O ™ mp

[ɑ]

œ J

arco SP

f

p

Ó ‰™

4 4

5

mf

[ɑ>i]

p

mp

g ∑

[is]

r‰ mp

p

2 8

ca. 5"

[zɯ]

[s]

œ ‰ J Œ

mf

t.r.

3

mf

3 ‰ ‰ œj ¿j ‰ Œ

Turn the Gong back into normal position, letting the grains spill onto the table and the floor.

j #-)

3

~~~~~~~~~~~ œ œ ‰™ Œ ‰ J R

Woodblock & Frame Drum [fingers] C

g

mp arco ST arco ord.

“3” œ ‰J‰

ca. 5"

p

closed emb. t.r.

‰ ‰ ‰ j‰ # - ) n)

mf

Œ

g Ó

Œ

closed emb.

bO

Œ

ca. 3"

mp

j nO

pizz.

[o > i]

° Fl. & ‰ ¢ ° Vln. & ¢

Œ

) J‰

jÓ ¿

Œ ‰

b œ µœ

Œ

g Ó

AST

Woodblock [fingers] E

° ¢/

ppp

1/2 clt

3

+

Egg Shaker

mf

j ‰ O

sim.

24 165

[ɑ>u]

mp

‰ ≈ O OO O

Sandpaper

"f "

µœ

pp

O

œB œ œ B Oj™ ≈

Œ

ca. 3"

[k] [t]

ST

¢/

j bϪ

‰ ¿j Œ ™

r œ

B

mf

Frame Drum [fingers] C

[finger] E

open emb.

j Ofi

3 4

q = 72

[t]

arco ST 1/2 clt

q = 60

[o]

/

f

mf

° Vln. & ¢

[ʁ]

j nO

"f "

mp

nO

O

) J ‰ Œ™

‰ ™™ ¿Kr ‰ ™

Œ

2 4

Sandpaper

[knuckle] C

¢/ Ó

“œ” J ‰ ‰

pizz.

Œ Ó

Perc.

‰ j ≈ j™ b O nO [o]

p

mp

p

El.

(2+3)

mp

≈ Or ‰

III

/ œj ‰

µO

5 8

q = 66

∑ ∑ ∑

3 4


° Fl. & ¢ 52

3 4

q = 72 3

‰ O

O

[u]

p

° Vln. & ¢ °

closed emb. t.r.

j -

[la >u]

mf

3

sim.

‰ ‰ j µœ œ B œ b œ 3 ‰ ‰ œfij œj ‰ ™

pp

¢/ ° El. ¢ /

-œ ™ ‰ Ré

mp

p

[knuckle] C

j ¿

Œ

° j Fl. & ¢ <b>O ‰ 55

-œ Ré

Œ

Perc.

El.

/

g

¢/ ° ¢/

SP arco ord

3

j ™ œ ‰

r ™ œ ‰

"f "

r ώ

)™ J

p

) ΠJ

Tam-tam [fingernails]

sim.

E

Œ ‰

"f "

mp

s]

mf

ST

III

Frame Drum [fingers]

œ Jé

) ‰ ‰ JŒ

[fu >

[ie] [ts] [t]

p

mp

l.v.

Sandpaper

O

3 Œ ≈ Oj ≈#O O b œn œ œ -

mp

‰™

[k][t]

Œ

p

mf

mf

ææ ≈

œ

5

g ∑

ca. 15"

œ

J

Œ

g

pp

ca. 15"

"f "

Contact Microphone

fi œœ

g ∑

g g ∑

g

g

ca. 10"

o

g ∑

24

44

q = 72

O #O ™

‰ j fi œ œ œfi œ

g ∑

ca. 15"

1/2 clt sempre

O #O ™

g

III

p

g ∑

ca. 10"

[s]

p

œ

Six

)

"f "

Sandpaper

"f "

#O [tæ]

mf

mp

O

p

)

mp

Tape: Reading 6

7

closed emb.

j ‰ b œ O ‰ B œ œ O™

j ≈ œé ≈ ‰ œé Œ J

[speak into Tam-tam]

Reading

œ

Woodblock [Chopstick] scrape

∑ œ

B O b O µœr ‰ r O

[ʁu]

mf

ca. 10"

µ

[fo > i]

g ∑

as before: vary the speed of dragging, with pauses in between

ca. 10"

j Π)

ca. 10"

bow the filter with the string

Contact Microphone

mf

ca. 10"

ca. 10"

g

Tam-tam [Sandpaper]

Œ

j œfi

g ∑

ca. 4"

tr2

relatively stable multiphonic adjust with bow pressure and position

ca. 15"

ca. 10"

Eb

œ

p

ca. 10"

ca. 10"

œ

[fo]

mf

j B œµœ œ b œ B œ

Œ …

≈O O O≈ ™ bO O

fij

O

µ

5

ORD

g ∑

Woodblock [Reibestock]

3

Œ

[t]

into Tam-tam

ca. 10"

ca. 10"

pp

[ʁi]

3 4 œ B -œ

g ∑

g Ó

[prepare the violin with cigarette filters]

ï ïï ∑ïïó -

‰ ‰

O

4 4

[troppo]

ca. 10"

ca. 8"

Œ

[lai]

° ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ g Œ Fl. & ¢ ˙

°

mf

ca. 6" closed emb./ sing into the instrument (try to match the pitch of the violin) fingerings modify the timbre

° Vln. & ¢

œ Jé

l.v.

‰ O

mf

3

n -œ n œ

O

p

Œ

g ∑

° ¢/

59

‰ j ‰ ‰

j O

3

f

ca. 10"

° Perc. / ¢ El.

closed emb. t.r. open emb.

∑ q = 60

° Vln. & ¢

pp

[s]

Chinese Gong [fingernail] scrape—stay on the surface

Frame Drum [fingers]

Perc.

#O

≈ j nœ µ œ ™

mp

/

+

open emb.

O™

24 165

Chinese Gong sim.

mf

Œ

Woodblock [knuckle] C

r ¿ ‰™

p

Frame Drum [fingers]

‰™ Œ

E

r œ

p


6

° Fl. & ¢ # )j™ 63

≈ Œ

j n)

[ʁo > ɯ]

Vln.

° ¢& °

Perc.

El.

/

¢/ ° ¢/

° Fl. & ¢ 67

° Vln. & ¢ °

/

"f "

≈ Œ

mp

gliss. by pressing the skin

fi

J

Œ

mp

+

µ 3 ‰ O nO nOj™ mf

‰ #œ

Fl.

° Vln. & ¢ °

œ J

[fingers] E

Kr Π
p

B

3j fi

é

‰ œ œ œé ‰

≈ µO

n- )

[ʁi]

mf

g

mf

[tu] [ie]

Œ

E ‰ œfij œj ‰

mp Woodblock [Chopstick] scrape along the edge tip to bottom

Œ

44

[ts][tɑ]

[fu

p

mf

>

O

p

Frame Drum [fingers] C

g ∑

ca. 10"

∑ ∑

fi œœ

j œfi

æj œ

"f "

æ ˙æ

Ó o ∑

g ∑

ca. 8"

g

ca. 8"

fi j œ œ ‰œfi œ

g ∑

ca. 13"

g ∑

ca. 15"

ca. 13"

g

g

ca. 15"

arco ord

g ∑

ca. 15"

ó - ï ïïï ∑ïïó -

closed emb./ sing into the instrument (try to match the pitch of the violin)

into Tam-tam

~~~~~~~~~~~~ Eb

tr2

w

g

o

pp

œœ

pp

g

g œ

ca. 8"

Woodblock ca. 5" [Reibestock]

Contact Microphone

g ∑

Ó

s]

p

mp

scrape along the edge bottom to tip

mp

g Ó

3 ~~~~~~ œ ‰

ca. 15"

j BO ‰ Œ

ca. 13"

ca. 8"

"f "

q = 60

≈ œr ‰

p

"f "

œ Œ é

mp

j œ

mp

n, B œ œ O

fij ώ

Chinese Gong [Chopstick] scrape

E

j ‰ œ œ

pp

Œ

3

Chinese Gong scrape

œ

Egg Shaker

bow the filters with the strings

g ∑

j œfi

+

p

Œ

g ∑

ca. 10"

œœ

3

Perc.

° El. ¢ /

O

"f "

ca. 13"

¢/

j Ofi

‰ ‰

C

24 165 p

mp

nO

æj ‰ Œ œ

mf

Œ

µ

œ B œ bœ B œ œ ™ f

p

Woodblock [end of chopstick]

r ώ

œ

f

Tam-tam [Chopstick] scrape

[amor] into Tam-tam

Œ

, ‰ ™ n, n, R

mp

24 œB œ™

œé œ

r ‰™ O bO O ) ,

œé é r Œ œ œ

g ∑

mp

‰ Oj #O ≈ nœ œ #œ

ppp

¿

3

mp

™ Bœ

[Chopstick]

œ

[u]

œ

‰ O

[fo]

3

Œ

ca. 10"

B

≈ µœ ™

‰ bO

[hæ]

open emb.

[ʃ]

f

mf p

"f "

3 4

q = 72

pp

Ϊ

4 4

2 4

q = 66

[Chopstick] [fingers] scrape E

closed emb.

Ó

[æ]

3

)

"f " p

sim.

ca. 10"

/

[do]

scrape

° ¢/ ° ¢&

[fo]

mp

mf

71

#O

œé œ

B 3 j j O O™ ≈

p

p

Perc.

El.

Œ

j #O

µœ

[Chopstick] scrape

B œ B Oœ ™™

3

µ

B

open emb.

mf

p

[ɑs] [so] [lai]

C

¢/

‰ #Oj nœfij -

‰ ™™

Ó

25 4 16

[ɑ]

mf

j O™

j )™

[ist]

5 8

(3+2)

Ó

as before: vary the speed of dragging, with pauses in between

fi œœ

œ

j œfi

fi fi œœœ œœ œ

g ∑

ca. 8"

ó

∑ ∑


g ∑

° Fl. & ¢

Perc.

g g

Egg Shaker

g ∑

g ∑

µ

80

B

[ʁo >

mf

Œ

zɯ]

° Vln. & ¢ , µœ

j

II

/ j ‰ œ

III IV

° ¢/

58

mp

j # O #œ p

r ¿ …

mp

25 4 16 +

j œ ™ nœ œ b œ mf

) J

ώ

p

Œ

mf

‰ O

[dɑs]

q

,

‰ #O

j ,fi

3

mf

‰ Œ

[ʃ]

mf

#,

Œ

ææj ‰ œ

O ‰™ R

n, B -,

n, ) J

‰™

[Sandpaper]

mf

≈ ¿r ‰ ™

Woodblock [knuckle]

Œ ∑

µ, µ, [Chopsticks] scrape

j ώ

"f "

r n, ‰ ™

3

‰ bO bO

Œ

closed emb. t.r.

n-

Œ

Woodblock [knuckle]

j ¿

mp

[fo]

[tu]

,

#,

[Sandpaper]

j )

mp

µ,.

[ie]

p

j b œfi

[ts] [tɑu]

p

p

q = 60

j BO ‰ Œ

Oœ ‰ Œ J

mf

j œ

‰ Œ

ææj œ

[fus]

3

p

[Chopstick] scrape along the edge bottom to tip

‰™

j ¿

mf

nœ B œ b œ œ #Oœ

Frame Drum [fingers] C E

B,

[Chopstick] scrape along the edge bottom to tip

2 4

O O ≈ O

p

us]

open emb.

n) ) b O ) ) ) )

)

>

"f "

Œ

6

+

p

Œ

closed emb.

) )™

[t] [sla

mf

mf

¿ …

24 165

3

p

mp

r ‰™ œ …

r œ p

‰ O œ bœ œ B œb , B , , ™

µœ

"f "

mf

p

sim.

4 4

‰™

[Reibestock]

open emb.

[u] [t]

3

3

34

[Chopstick] scrape [end of Chopstick]

Sandpaper

nœ ™ #œ b œ œ œ b œ. B O .

open emb.

24

mp

3

Ϊ

pp

, B,

q = 72

"f " j Ofi œ

[æ] [hæ]

mf

≈ #O

6

3

[fo]

[tæ]

[i]

r ™ O ‰

O

Tape: Reading 7

- ‰ ) n) ) ) ) ) ) closed emb.

j #O

mp

‰ j Œ œé … "f " ∑

q = 66

(3+2)

p

≈ O

Seven

Perc.

El.

& µOj™ III

f

° ¢&

¢/

3 ‰ ‰ j ‰™ œé

Œ

f

/

j O™ arco

‰ œJ

° ¢/

°

µ

œ

8

[Chopstick] scrape [end of Chopstick]

¢/

° Fl. & ¢

Vln.

I

Reading

mp

O O

[Chopstick] scrape

‰ …

j )

[speak into Tam-tam]

œ

[t] [nɑ]

pizz.

mp

84

fij

[ist]

nœ Œ

ca. 10"

n ‰ nOj

Tam-tam [Sandpaper]

µœ ‰

O

p

o

[ʁu]

, b , B , #,

g œ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ca. 7"

° Fl. & nO b O ¢

El.

O #O ™

n O bœ

SP (until m. 86)

ca. 10"

swirl continuously, changing speed occasionally

° El. ¢ /

Perc.

µ

7

œ

mf

ca. 10"

ca. 7"

/

g

ca. 7"

nB œœ

¢/

°

ca. 10"

44

[fo > i]

° Vln. & ¢ °

g ∑

ca. 7"

76

24

q = 72

æ r ) ) œæ

"f "

Œ

æ ˙æ

∑ ∑

o


8

° Fl. & ¢ 87

° Vln. & ¢ °

/

Perc.

¢/ El.

4 4

° Fl. & ¢

g ∑

El.

° ¢/

° Fl. & ¢ 96

° Vln. & ¢

j O™

° ¢/

ppp

p

œ

closed emb. t.r.

j #-

[ʁu]

mf

[s]

bow close to the filter

, #,

, , b -,

mp

,

open emb.

[k]

,

µ,

mf

B

[zɯ]

œ B œ µœ b œ

p

[speak into Tam-tam]

œ

g ∑

mf

[nɑ]

[t]

j ‰ n, , ™ B ,

µœ

mp

œ

Reading

Eight

ca. 25"

[ist]

Œ

j œ ‰ Œ

ppp

‰ Oj ™ B O

O Œ

[t] [ʁo]

mp

g

ca. 25"

g ∑

µ

o

p

ca. 15"

‰ ® Kr ≈ O O O #O

p

g

g ∑

ca. 25"

moderate speed: constant stream of clicks with slight pauses in between

(6:17—train whistle)

o

g

ca. 15"

ca. 6"

≈O

[fo>i]

g Bb œ

Woodblock [Reibestock]

q = 72

p

85

(3+2)

24

q = 66

closed emb. t.r.

j #O - ‰

3

[fo]

) )

[ʁæ] [hæ]

mf

"f "

3 j #-, ™ b , nœ , b ,

µ,

[continue speaking into Tam-tam] slowly, independent from the rest of the music. Ignore the meter.

ææj œ

scrape on edge

Woodblock [Chopstick]

mp

sempre

Frame Drum [fingers] C

[Reibestock]

9

3 4

q = 72

(closed emb.) t.r.

3

))-

[u] [t]

mp

) ) )) )

7

[tla

"f "

b , µ, œ B œ b œ B œ 3

> us]

)))

25 4 16

mf

+

‰ b - ) ) ™ ) ) ) n) - ) t.r.

3

t.r.

3

[s] [lai]

[ze] [wɑ] [ʁi]

f

mp

#O ™ nœ #œ B œ

+3

mf

3

III

mf p

Frame Drum [fingers]

mp

j œ qé C

4 4

r ) ‰™

[ʃ]

œ#œb œ B œ

µ

open emb.

O

[fo]

mf

œ ‰™ R œ

Woodblock [Chopstick]

[fingernails] scrape

and the thunder of leaves,

the night is lit up by thorns,

Tape: Reading 8

[fingernails] scrape

j œ

e

Wherever we turn in the storm of roses,

° Perc. / ¢

El.

g

g

ca. 15"

ca. 6"

2 4

ca. 25"

p

pp

listening cue: wait until you hear the train whistle in the soundscape. If the cue has passed, proceed directly to the next measure after a brief pause.

44

œ o

g

b œo

g ∑

g ∑

g

ca. 15"

ca. 6"

listening cue: wait until you hear the train whistle in the soundscape. If the cue has passed, proceed directly to the next measure after a brief pause.

° Vln. & ¢

° ¢/

g ∑

listening cue: wait until you hear the train whistle in the soundscape. If the cue has passed, proceed directly to the next measure after a brief pause.

° ¢/

92

Perc.

g ∑

ca. 6"

mf

j Ofi

closed emb.

) ) ) ) 3

O O

[k] [tu]

[ie]

[ts] [tɑu] [t] [fus]

p

"f "

3

µœ b œ B œ œ œ œ

scrape on edge

p

æ qæ e E

Chinese Gong [Chopstick] C scrape

Q eé

once so quiet within the bushes,

43


q = 60

° Fl. & ¢ ° Vln. & ¢ Perc.

° ¢/

Ó

pp

° Fl. & ¢

j ‰ Œ Bœ

Ó Woodblock [Reibestock]

[fingers]

E

44

g ∑

g ∑

ca. 6"

g

ca. 6"

g

ca. 6"

œ œ

pp

pp

g

Tam-tam [Reibestock] sim.

ca. 6"

œ

g

œ

° El. ¢ /

g

ca. 6"

p

ca. 5" Contact Microphone

g

nB œœ

mf

g

¢/

ca. 6"

mf

g Ó

vary the speed of dragging, with pauses in between

ca. 8"

bow filters with strings

ca.3"

p

g ∑

ca. 8"

Perc.

œ

ca. 14"

ca. 8"

pp

Chinese Gong (upside down) [Reibestock]

o

g ∑

ORD

g

at our heels.

rumbling

3

fi œœ

g ∑

œ

fi œœœ

fi œœ

j œfi œ

(7'24"—bird sound)

fi œœœ

j œfi œ

g ∑

g ∑

ca. 6"

ca. 6"

ca. 8"

closed emb./ sing into the instrument (try to match the pitch of the violin)

ó - ï ïïï ∑ïïó 106

into Tam-tam

° ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Fl. & ¢ w Eb

° Vln. & ¢ °

Perc.

El.

° ¢/

µ #œ B œ œ J ‰

o

Œ

mp

f

Contact Microphone [Reibestock] sim.

fi œ œ

œ

g

SP

j œfi

ca. 8"

mf

fi œœ

g ∑

ca. 8"

into Tam-tam

œœ

/

¢/

B œ. œ ™ ‰™ R

[mi perdi?]

tr2

pp

Œ

"f "

ca. 14"

e )

e

/

mp

o

Tam-tam [Sandpaper]

J œ

g

ppp

° Vln. & nB œœ ¢ °

into Tam-tam

ca. 14"

° El. ¢ /

103

24 bœ

g ∑

ca. 14"

j ) ‰ Œ

99

9

[dunque]

Ó

œ ‰ J

Œ

ca. 8"

roll the metal chain off the table

œ ∑

g ∑

mp

g ∑

ca. 8"

(7'48"—phone recording)


10

° ™I Fl. & í ™ ¢ ) 111

(inhale)

(exhale)

F

[ʃ]

p

™™î

)

"f " ca. 30"

° Vln. & ¢ ° Perc. / ¢

ca. 30"

o

o ca. 30"

ææ œ

Woodblock [Chopstick]

(mute Tam-tam)

scrape along the edge bottom

tip

pp

mf

° El. ¢ /

ca. 30"

ca. 20"

° í™ I ¢& ™ )

F

115

Fl.

[ʃ]

p

° Vln. & ¢

mp

œ

p

sempre

ca. 20"

[ʃ]

p

° El. ¢ /

sempre

vary the speed of dragging, with pauses in between. Occasionally mute the Woodblock to create different timbres.

118

° ¢/

"f "

Woodblock [Reibestock]

° ™I Fl. & í ™ ¢ )

Perc.

)

ca. 20"

° El. ¢ /

° ¢&

™™î

vocal fry (while inhaling)

ca. 20"

° Perc. / ¢

Vln.

œ

bow the filter vertically

F )

ó - ï ïïï ∑ïïï -

tr2

~~~~~~~~~

ca. 30"

™™î

vocal fry (fingerings modify timbre)

"f " ca. 30"

ca. 30"

ca. 30"

bottom

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