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Angel View

COMPOSER: Juliana Hodskinson
PUBLISHER: Edition Wilhelm Hansen
PRODUCT TYPE: Score
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Chamber Ensemble
Angel View by Juliana Hodkinson , scored for seven or more performers and electronics. 'Angel View is an assemblage of urban and musical debris, somewhere between a wordless live radio play, enacted film soundtrack and instrumental theatre. Chiseling cement, falling debris, scraping cutlery,
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Composer Juliana Hodskinson
Publisher Edition Wilhelm Hansen
Instrumentation Electronics and Ensemble
Product Type Score
Instrument Group Chamber Ensemble
Style Period Post 1901
Year of Publication 2014
Genre Classical
ISBN 9788759830826
Style Period Post 1901
No. Pages 102
No. WH32077
Description

Angel View by Juliana Hodkinson, scored for seven or more performers and electronics.

'Angel View is an assemblage of urban and musical debris, somewhere between a wordless live radio play, enacted film soundtrack and instrumental theatre.

Chiseling cement, falling debris, scraping cutlery, breaking glass, criss-crossing cables, squealing tram-wheels, an upturned bicycle, a grid of cables, a travel souvenir, a shop window, a revolving carousel, a brace of monkeys, a wall under siege, a dining table laid for an ancestral dinner – it is a sonic bazaar.

Made up of over 20 parts, each designed to overlap,the work’s architecture is full of of non-sequiturs and arbitrary cross-relations between imagined streets intersecting and running parallel, reflecting the surrealism of everyday life described in Walter Benjamin’s Einbahnstrasse and still present in the contemporary dilemmas and opportunities of Berlin today.

All this is heard as if from an aerial perspective, perhaps the Victory Column where angels sit in Wings of Desire, from where Berlin below is observed as a series of tragedies.' Juliana Hodskinson

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