Matt Browne

On the Immortality of a Crab

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Instrumentation: Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello, and Piano

Delivery Method: Physical Delivery
Performance Materials: Score and Parts

“Thinking about the immortality of a crab” is a Spanish idiom meaning to let one’s mind wander or “daydream”. The three short movements of this piece evoke different ways in which one’s mind wanders; rapid succession of thoughts running through one’s mind, inattention due to one’s mind being on other things, and the interruption of one’s “train of thought.

 

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105-009-SP
Delivery Method: Physical Delivery
Performance Materials: Score and Parts

About the Work

Movements:
1. Racing Thoughts
2. Miles Away
3. Off the Rails

Instrumentation: Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello, and Piano

From the composer: “Thinking about the immortality of a crab” is a Spanish idiom meaning to let one’s mind wander or “daydream”. The three short movements of this piece evoke different ways in which one’s mind wanders; rapid succession of thoughts running through one’s mind, inattention due to one’s mind being on other things, and the interruption of one’s “train of thought”. On the Immortality of a Crab is in three movements: 1. Racing Thoughts 2. Miles Away 3. Off the Rails