EAST OF THE CANE FIELDS

for solo harp

Duration:

8 minutes
 

Instrumentation:   

harp solo
 

Year Composed:  

2001
 

Written For:            
Franziska Huhn

Premiere Performance:

Boston, USA,
21 October 2001
Franziska Huhn, Harp

Program Notes:

East of the Cane Fields is influenced by the cane field found in Boston’s Fenway Park. When blown by the wind, the canes move in such a way that produces a special visual effect, and a mysterious whistle. The flexibility of the canes makes their movement change constantly from one direction to the other. I translated this visual effect to sound and applied it to the harp.
 

East of the Cane Fields was written for harpist Franziska Huhn. It is influenced by the cane field found in Boston’s Fenway Park. When blown by the wind, the canes move in such a way that produces a special visual effect, and a mysterious whistle. The flexibility of the canes makes their movement change constantly from one direction to the other. I translated this visual effect to sound and applied it to the harp. East of the Cane Fields was written for harpist Franziska Huhn.

 
 

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