Our monthly World Premiere Wednesday series continues with a new short work for solo trombone premiered live online. Presenter Zoë Martlew and composer Naomi Pinnock delve further into the piece in this fascinating insight into the compositional process.
Naomi Pinnock beneath
Vincent Persichetti Parable
Byron Fulcher trombone
Whilst thinking about the liminal space of burial, of traces left behind after loss, I re-captured and re-imagined a melody for a very high solo flute from my 2016 piece, Music for Europe. The trombone voice is beneath the surface and receded, repeatedly moving, gently pushing up and gradually expanding. Moving between worlds. Naomi Pinnock
My Parables are one-movement musical essays about a single germinal idea. They convene a meaning indirectly by the use of comparisons or analogies. Vincent Persichetti
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Published: 3 Jun 2021