Correspondence

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Correspondence.

Ben
 Jose.
 2010
 
Correspondence
 is
 written
 for
 any
 number
 of
 pitched
  instruments.
 


  Each
 player
 must
 have
 a
 contact
 number,
 for
 example
 a
 landline
  or
 mobile
 telephone
 number.
 
  Each
 player
 then
 works
 their
 way
 through
 the
 set
 of
 ten
  movements
 (0
 –
 9)
 provided
 with
 the
 score,
 in
 a
 sequence
  determined
 by
 the
 figures
 of
 this
 contact
 number.
 
  For
 instance,
 if
 a
 player’s
 contact
 number
 is
 –
 07965114036,
 then
  the
 player
 would
 perform
 movement
 zero,
 then
 movement
  seven,
 then
 movement
 nine,
 then
 movement
 six
 etc.
 
 And
 so
 on,
  until
 a
 passage
 for
 each
 digit
 of
 the
 contact
 number
 has
 been
  performed.
 
  Players
 are
 free
 to
 make
 their
 own
 interpretation
 of
 dynamics,
  tempo
 and
 articulation
 however
 all
 should
 remain
 as
 consistent
  as
 possible
 throughout
 the
 performance.
 
 
  The
 scores
 for
 each
 movement
 may
 be
 transposed
 to
 any
 clef
 or
  octave
 to
 suit
 specific
 instruments
 however
 the
 pitches
 (notated
  at
 concert
 pitch)
 should
 remain
 as
 written.
 
  Where
 a
 figure
 within
 a
 contact
 number
 repeats,
 a
 movement
  should
 also
 be
 repeated.
 
  Transition
 from
 one
 movement
 to
 the
 next
 should
 be
 as
 smooth
  as
 possible.
 
 
 
  The
 duration
 is
 the
 time
 taken
 for
 all
 players
 to
 perform
 all
  movements
 of
 their
 contact
 number.
 


 


 
 
 
  Ben
 Jose.
 2010
 

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