Autumn from Si Ji Tu (2009) for choir
This piece has not received a premiere. Interested in premiering it?
Si Ji Tu is an ancient form of Chinese art in which four paintings of the same scene are placed side-by-side, each representing one of the four seasons. The images not only differ in season, but also in perspective. In some art, each scene is viewed from a different angle; others have small, but noticeable differences from one season to the next, such as a displaced tree or the absence of a rock. Each of my seasons is for a different ensemble. Spring is for orchestra, summer for concert band, and winter is for flute and interactive electronics.