SUPERSTRUCTURES: NINE SENSE VARIATIONS FOR VOICE AND A-100

These nine movements were developed over two years by composers Gideon Crevoshay and Devin Greenwood. The work is what the two call "rational" music, which refers to the pure ratio-relationships between pitches that are produced by Crevoshay's free vocal technique. Explorations of overtonal sensation are generatively performed and structured over a cardinal timeframe. As a result, ever-shifting harmonic cadences, tonal centers and dynamic levels induce the "orchestra of overtones", evolving to the tempo of the breath continually for 54 minutes. Superstructures by its ephemerality challenges entrenched ways of thinking and invites the listener to slow down and consider their bodily engagement with sound, space and their individual perceptions.

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