How Forests think: For sheng & ensemble

Liza Lim (Composer)

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Commissioned by the ELISION Ensemble & International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) with support from Creative Victoria. A 'Playking Foundation Asian Performing Arts Travel Grant' enabled me to visit Shanghai to work with sheng master, Wu Wei. The production of this project was supported by a University Research Fund (URF) grant to CeReNeM, the Centre for Research in New Music at the University of Huddersfield.

ELISION Ensemble conducted by Carl Rosman with Wu Wei (sheng, also vocalising) , Paula Rae (flute/base flute), Peter Veale (oboe/cor anglais), Richard Haynes (clarinet/bass clarinet), Timothy O'Dwyer (alto saxophone), Tristram Williams (trumpet), Benjamin Marks (trombone), Peter Neville (percussion), Severine Ballon ('cello) & Joan Wright (double bass).
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationBerlin
PublisherRicordi
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventBendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music - , Australia
Duration: 2 Sep 20164 Sep 2016
http://www.bifem.com.au/2016/home (Link to Festival Website)

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Lim, L. (Composer). (2016). How Forests think: For sheng & ensemble. Composition, Berlin: Ricordi. Retrieved from https://issuu.com/casaricordi/docs/lim_how_forests_think_wm
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