Category Archives: New Music

Flight Paths Part 1

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Residue: Voxare at the ICMC

On 3rd June this year, there was a special concert of music for strings and live electronics as part of the International Computer Music Conference in New York and I was lucky enough to have a piece included in the … Continue reading

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Tokyo Yakimono

I decided on Tokyo Yakimono as the title of my new piece. Yakimono actually means pottery more than ceramics, but yakimono could refer to fried food and food was a defining feature of my visit to Japan! You can hear … Continue reading

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Finished Work!

I’ve just finished my latest tape piece and I think it’ s pretty good, even if I do say so myself. It’s composed from sounds derived from tapping and scraping a number of small ceramic works that were given to … Continue reading

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Flute Trio

This is late news, but at least it lets you know what I am up to. I have been commissioned by a flute trio by the name of Expatrio for a new work to be premiered in the Summer. I’m … Continue reading

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New Pieces

I’ve just spent the afternoon at Brendan Williams place attempting to sort out the hours of recorded material we have. Over the last two years, we have recorded over 10 hours of music intended for commercial release. Unfortunately, neither of … Continue reading

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