Sanctuary

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Roger Reynolds


General Info

Year: 2003-07
Duration: c. 75:00
Difficulty: Grade VI(see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: PetersCF
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00


Movements

SANCTUARY Part I: Chatter/Clatter (2007) 20'

SANCTUARY Part II: Oracle (2003-2004) 32'

SANCTUARY Part III: Song (2007) 20'


Instrumentation

Player I:
Player II:
Player III:
Player IV:

with Electronics: Real-time computer processed and spatialized sound
Lighting design



Program Notes

SANCTUARY Part I:
First performance: 7 June 2007
Steven Schick, Percussionist
Ian Saxton, Algorithmic computer sound
June in Buffalo Festival
University at Buffalo - SUNY

SANCTUARY Part II:
First performance: 4 June 2004
red fish blue fish: Gustavo Aguilar, Rob Esler, Don Nichols, Mathias Reumert, Percussion,
Pei Xiang, David Camargo, Joseph Sarlo, Computer processing,
Chris Parry, Lighting design
Warren Lecture Halls, Studio A
UCSD, La Jolla

Sanctuary (Complete):
First performance of full work [including SANCTUARY Part III: Song]: 18 November 2007
I.M. Pei's East Wing Atrium, National Gallery of Art
Steven Schick and red fish blue fish ensemble,
Justin DeHart, Ross Karre, Fabio Oliveira, Greg Stuart, Percussionists
Josef Kucera, Peter Otto, Jacob David Sudol, Sound projection
Ian Saxton, Musical assistant,
Gordon Anson and Robert Johnson, Lighting design of the National Gallery of Art,
John Conway, Sound systems at the National Gallery of Art
Presented by Contemporary Music Forum, Steven Antosca, Artistic Director and
Concert Producer (logistical planning and consulting)
at the National Gallery of Art, East Wing Atrium, Washington, DC
A special program associated with the exhibition "Let the World In:
Prints by Robert Rauschenberg from the National Gallery of Art and Related Collections"
at the National Gallery of Art, and made possible by Lockheed Martin Corporation.
SANCTUARY is co-commissioned by red fish blue fish percussion ensemble,
the National Endowment for the Arts, the Contemporary Music Forum,
and the Randy Hostetler Living Room Fund.
Pre-premiere performance full work: 16 November 2007 National Gallery of Art

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Works for Percussion by this Composer

"... the serpent-snapping eye" - Multiple Percussion, Trumpet, Piano, with Tape
"...from behind the unreasoning mask" - Multiple Percussion, Trombone, with Tape
Autumn Island (Islands from Archipelago: II) - Marimba
Less than Two - Percussion Duo, Piano, with Tape
Sanctuary - Percussion Quartet, with Electronics, with Lighting
Sanctuary Part I: Chatter/Clatter - Multiple Percussion, with Electronics
Sanctuary Part II: Oracle - Percussion Quartet, with Electronics, with Lighting
Watershed I - Multiple Percussion
Watershed III - Multiple Percussion, Orchestra; Optional real-time computer sound spatialization
Watershed IV - Multiple Percussion, Real-time computer sound spatialization



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