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In Search of Lost Sounds

New works for alternative keyboard trio by Wang Lu, Anthony Vine, and Johan Svensson

  • Project Created By

    LONGLEASH

    Longleash (violin, cello, piano) is a group with a traditional instrumentation and a progressive identity. Inspired by music with unusual sonic beauty, an inventive streak, and a truthful cultural voice, Longleash extends a love of classical chamber musicianship to the interpretation of contemporary music, crafting performances that are both dynamic and thoughtfully refined

  • Project Location
    New York, New York
  • Composers
  • Project Dates
    Start Date
    August 15, 2020
    End Date
    August 13, 2021

In Search of Lost Sounds

New works for alternative keyboard trio by Wang Lu, Anthony Vine, and Johan Svensson

In search of lost sounds is an ongoing commissioning project for trios that expand Longleash’s traditional violin/cello/piano instrumentation outward to include culturally specific, contemporary, or historic keyboard instruments. The project imagines alternate musical worlds in which keyboard instruments of fundamentally different characters, mechanical actions, tuning systems, and aesthetic functions generate new compositional outcomes for the keyboard trio. This cycle of keyboard trios includes commissions from composers Wang LuAnthony Vine, and Johan Svensson.

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