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Shift

For Three Tables, Percussion and Amplification
Architek Percussion: Ben Duinker, Mark Morton, Ben Reimer, Alessandro Valiante.
Performed and recorded at Live@CIRMMT 13th of February 2014, MMR, Mcgill University, Montreal. 
Montreal 2014, 7′ Ca
 
A Shift applies to change, transformation, rotation, and movement which all exist in music and are applied by parameters such as time, structure, order, pitch and timbre.
This piece explores a Shift of one musical phrase in a repetitive pattern directing the listener to attend its development and transformation utilizing special amplification methods creating new timbres and means of expression.

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