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Soliloquy (cello and stereo sound)

Soliloquy was written for cellist Julie Regan, and premiered by her in Feb. 2000. The close collaboration began with the initial recording of cello sounds to be used in the computer part and than working through successive versions of the cello part before arriving at its final form. Essentially the piece is in 2 parts - a dramatic and turbulent opening followed by a long contemplative section dominated be a melodic line meandering through the cello register. The electronic sounds are a fixed 'tape' part created in Bill Schottstaedts’ CLM. Using transformed cello sounds, the electronic and the live playing shift foreground/background positions throughout the piece. Since its premier it was performed numerous times in concerts in the US, Israel, and Europe.

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