In this piece, groups of instruments (percussion/piano, winds, and strings) initiate gestures based around a quality of resonance characteristic to that group. The other instruments take on these characteristics as they inexactly replicate the original gesture.
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Reilly Spitzfaden is a composer and choreographer who likes collecting weird sounds and noisy objects, microtonal tunings, and collaborating with chamber musicians. Reilly's recordings appear on How Things Are Made, S3E02; "Statements" with the Michigan State University composition studio; and in the Media Sandbox and Michigan State University Department of Theatre film "(313) Choices." They have premiered pieces in the U.S. and Italy. They are a recent winner of the Belle S. Gitelman Award, the Howard Hanson Orchestral Prize and the MSU Large Ensemble Competition. Reilly is a PhD student in composition at the Eastman School of Music studying with Oliver Schneller. They received an MA in composition from Eastman, where they studied with Robert Morris and Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez, and a BM in composition from Michigan State University.