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Shift, Trip

Shift, Trip

for amplified cello and pre-recorded soundtrack


  • Instrumentation: cello and CD playback
  • Edition: sheet music with CD, score and performance CD
€21.00  *
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.1 kg

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Description
Inspired by Boulez’s multi-cello piece “Messagesquisse” and John Scofield’s inspired funk number “Protocol”, “Shift, Trip” is an unrelenting moto perpetuo for amplified cello and pre-recorded guitars, brass and percussion. Although choreographed early on the piece is designed to stand alone. It demands virtuosity and great stamina from the performer over a five and a half octave range and requires exact synchronisation with the recorded backing track whose shifting rhythmic patterns trip up in unpredictable ways, as the title implies. I’m indebted to Lester Barnes for guiding me through his vast guitar, brass and explosion effects sample library, mixing the results, and to percussionist Julian Warburton for hitting a lot of metal in interesting ways. Zoë Martlew 2014
Details
Binding: Saddle stitching
ISMN: 979-0-2201-3538-5
Performance duration: 7' 22"
Publisher: Schott Music Ltd., London
Series: Edition Schott
Uraufführung : 1. Oktober 2005 London, Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House (UK) · Zoë Martlew, cello · Choreographie: Antonia Franceschi · Ballet Black
Year of composition: 2005
page number: 12
Performances
2019-05-12 | Surrey (United Kingdom), Guildford University
2019-04-07 | New York (United States of America), 92Y — 20.00
2019-04-06 | New York (United States of America), 92Y — 20.00
2019-02-27 | Cardiff (United Kingdom), Wales Millennium Centre
2019-01-20 | Lerum (Sweden), Equmeniakyrkan — 16:00 | national Premiere
2018-03-15 | Leeds (United Kingdom), Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen — 20:00
2017-08-15 | Budapest (Hungary), Papageno Classical, Opera and Jazz stage
2017-08-14 | Budapest (Hungary), Papageno Classical, Opera and Jazz stage
2017-08-13 | Budapest (Hungary), Papageno Classical, Opera and Jazz stage
2017-08-12 | Budapest (Hungary), Papageno Classical, Opera and Jazz stage
2017-08-11 | Budapest (Hungary), Papageno Classical, Opera and Jazz stage
2017-05-30 | London (United Kingdom), Barbican
2015-08-01 | Saigon (Vietnam), Ho Chi Minh Conservatory of Music — 20:00
2014-08-10 | Valletta (Malta), Piazza Teatru Rjal — 21:00
2014-08-09 | Valletta (Malta), Piazza Teatru Rjal — 21:00 | national Premiere
2011-02-12 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2011-02-11 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2011-02-10 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2011-02-09 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2007-02-03 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2007-02-02 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2007-02-01 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2007-01-31 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2005-10-01 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House | World Premiere
Inspired by Boulez’s multi-cello piece “Messagesquisse” and John Scofield’s inspired funk number “Protocol”, “Shift, Trip” is an unrelenting moto perpetuo for amplified cello and pre-recorded guitars, brass and percussion. Although choreographed early on the piece is designed to stand alone. It demands virtuosity and great stamina from the performer over a five and a half octave range and requires exact synchronisation with the recorded backing track whose shifting rhythmic patterns trip up in unpredictable ways, as the title implies. I’m indebted to Lester Barnes for guiding me through his vast guitar, brass and explosion effects sample library, mixing the results, and to percussionist Julian Warburton for hitting a lot of metal in interesting ways. Zoë Martlew 2014
Binding: Saddle stitching
ISMN: 979-0-2201-3538-5
Performance duration: 7' 22"
Publisher: Schott Music Ltd., London
Series: Edition Schott
Uraufführung : 1. Oktober 2005 London, Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House (UK) · Zoë Martlew, cello · Choreographie: Antonia Franceschi · Ballet Black
Year of composition: 2005
page number: 12
2019-05-12 | Surrey (United Kingdom), Guildford University
2019-04-07 | New York (United States of America), 92Y — 20.00
2019-04-06 | New York (United States of America), 92Y — 20.00
2019-02-27 | Cardiff (United Kingdom), Wales Millennium Centre
2019-01-20 | Lerum (Sweden), Equmeniakyrkan — 16:00 | national Premiere
2018-03-15 | Leeds (United Kingdom), Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen — 20:00
2017-08-15 | Budapest (Hungary), Papageno Classical, Opera and Jazz stage
2017-08-14 | Budapest (Hungary), Papageno Classical, Opera and Jazz stage
2017-08-13 | Budapest (Hungary), Papageno Classical, Opera and Jazz stage
2017-08-12 | Budapest (Hungary), Papageno Classical, Opera and Jazz stage
2017-08-11 | Budapest (Hungary), Papageno Classical, Opera and Jazz stage
2017-05-30 | London (United Kingdom), Barbican
2015-08-01 | Saigon (Vietnam), Ho Chi Minh Conservatory of Music — 20:00
2014-08-10 | Valletta (Malta), Piazza Teatru Rjal — 21:00
2014-08-09 | Valletta (Malta), Piazza Teatru Rjal — 21:00 | national Premiere
2011-02-12 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2011-02-11 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2011-02-10 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2011-02-09 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2007-02-03 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2007-02-02 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2007-02-01 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2007-01-31 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House
2005-10-01 | London (United Kingdom), Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House | World Premiere