SUGAR 1

2001
Cello
Piano
Violin

SUGAR 1
The piano is the leding instrument of this trio. The pianist produces big and loud noise fields by rotating plasic boxes on the inner strings. This noise fields have different bundels of pitches and pulses depending on the velocity of the rotation and the placements on the strings. The pianist also use a clay cup to produce very high frequencies with electronic structures and golf balls, which produce on the strings complex soundfields with unusual pitch movements.
The two string instruments play fast and very noisy glissando curves near the bridge and soundfields with up to three superposing movements: intonation graphs, bow–pressure graphs and bow position graphs.
The 15 min. piece tries to balance out heavy blocks of sounds and pauses.