LUKE MARTIN - so softly that it came, a wild dim chatter, meaningless

The piece originated from a field recording at Mentryville Park in Southern California; alone, in the same location, and as the sun was rising, which was transcribed by Martin and Amy Golden, Ben Levinson, Davy Sumner, and Ryan Gaston using Martin's system of notating silence. All slightly different, these five transcriptions were then combined into a score in which performers could wander while reading at their own pace(s) left to right. 

Tracklisting:

1. so softly that it came, a wild dim chatter, meaningless - 72:00

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