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Hatzis, Christos



Marimba and Digital Audio

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Hatzis wrote Phosphorus soon after the death of his wife’s nephew Cameron. Dedicated to Cameron’s memory, this mysterious yet playful work sees two musical characters engage in a virtual conversation with each other. One, a quiet lament-like harmonic sequence for the marimba, the other consisting of samples taken from Cameron’s DJ mix also titled Phosphorus. These two seemingly incongruous forms of musical expression enter a push-and-pull dialogue in Phosphorus, in which the marimbist must navigate a series of metric modulations accompanied by eerie electronic ambience, pulses of synthesized pitches and samples of Cameron’s “phosphorus” chants and electronic hooks.

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All of our published editions are approximately 9 x 12 (trimmed at 305 x 220 mmm) unless specified in the description above. The digital version has the same dimensions as our print version.

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