String Quartet/String Orchestra and Slowed-Down Irish Fiddle
About The Work
Pause is a meditative work in which a live classical String Quartet interacts with a recorded traditional Irish Fiddle slowed-down by 800%. Commissioned by Ortús Chamber Music Festival, the work was written to commemorate the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland and it is dedicated to Thomas Kent who executed during the aftermath of The Rising. The haunting slowed-down Irish tune heard in the work is The Foggy Dew, played from a laptop during the performance and originally performed by Mairéad Hickey. The audience are invited to hum for the end of the piece. Supported by The Arts Council of Ireland.
Includes Digital PDF Download of Full Score upon purchase AND Electronic File (Slowed-Down Irish Fiddle Audio File) which will be emailed to you personally.
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