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Dreaded Angels

for cello

Dreaded Angels was written as part of an exercise in notation. Though the notation is traditional, the music demanded it be precise and clear to ensure an accurate performance. The piece uses a range of extended techniques for the cello, including changes in bow pressure, the seagull effect, changes in bow position, and Bartok pizzicato. Recording of original version.

Dreaded Angels
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