Do You See What I Hear?

Spoken Word (music, poetry)

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Description

Composer James Glasgow (Secondhand Dance Company, Edinburgh Fringe Critic’s Choice winner) performs new music composed for the award-winning poems of Mario Moroni as Moroni recites his works. The atmospheric poetry and hauntingly beautiful music create a dramatic experience for the listener as the poems and music have a conversation of sorts with synced video projections. The music is performed on piano and electric cello and ranges from a modern take on impressionism to experimental usage of the cello with a new method of musical notation based on the symbol language Blissym.

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