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  • CD #0017
  • ELIZABETH HOFMAN
    PATHOLOGICAL CURVE
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  • Dan Vandewalle: piano;
    Conrad Harris: violin;
    Felix Fan: cello;
    Margret Lancaster: flute;
    Mattew Gold: percussion, Time Table;
    Mattew Gold, Matt Ward, Alex Lipowski: percussion;
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  • 1. sound Serrations – for piano, violin, cello
    2. Sensorias – for piano
    3. Unlaced – for piano
    4. night slices – for piano
    5. Immer inner – for percussion trio (tam-tams and Thai-gongs)
    6. Pathological Curves – for piano, violin, cello, percussion, and flute/ocarina
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  • To sonically modify sound, not as a composerly or listenerly injuction but as a condition of its possibility: such is the task of Elizabeth Hoffman. Hers is not merely a music of the "verb" - that composeres "do" something or "perform" something on the sonic. Hers is an "adverbial" music.

    Above all, adverbial music modifies - sound, yes, but more fundamentally the space in which sound appears and the temporality that it solicits as it vanishes, always. Adverbial music, reticiently and generously, yields control, or rather, distributes it unpredictably across an improbable oder perhaps impossibel community of performer, listener, and composer.
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