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Orbits

Dawson, Phil

About the work

In physics, an orbit is the gravitationally curved path of one object around

a point or another body, for example the gravitational orbit of a planet

around a star. This composition seeks to purvey the polluted nature of the

earth’s orbiting satellites. This pollution creates and transmits an endless

feedback of information – from the first satellite in orbit, to the last –

absorbed by the surrounding universe, for (what is believed to be) the

eternity of the universe’s existence.

Origin

Open Score RAM student 2010

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score & parts

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Duration

7m 00s

Composed

2010

Instrumentation

Flexible Ensemble

Scoring

Variable ensemble of at least 15 players + recorded part, mobile phones

Availability

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