All in Good Time Diana McIntosh

All In Good Time is a playful, upbeat piece for piano, electronic tape and mouth percussion. Jazz-influenced, the piece represents a dialogue between the tape and the pianist, the pianist being the provocateur. This work is one of three theatrically-oriented music works by McIntosh on a video titled Serious Fun With McIntosh, shot in ten different locations in Winnipeg, and available from The Winnipeg Film Group.

Source: CEC / Concordia Archival Project (CAP), 2008

  • Year of composition: 1988
  • Genre: Mixed
  • Format: Mixed work
  • Instrumentation: pour piano, voix amplifiée, bruits de bouche et bande
  • Hardware used: Synclavier digital synthesizer
  • Duration of the submitted work: 9:30
  • Production: Electronic Lab of the University of Western Ontario
  • Premiere: October 20, 1988, Merkin Hall (New York, NY)

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