Oru for Sinfonietta and Objects

Timothy Markham Page
Oru (japanese: to fold, to weave) is a composition for chamber orchestra and objects, exploring sonic, visual, and narrative implications of an action carried out by performers during a performance of the work: A large ball of yarn is passed between the performers, creating a pattern that resembles a butterfly wing.
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