Pretty Interesting Things Michael Ritchie
Pretty Interesting Things (2005)4:55
“Pretty interesting things” uses serialism as the basis for its structure. A twelve tone row appears in a distorted piano and is used in retrograde form during other parts, not by being played, but by reversing the audio file. The opening synth part uses stacked 5ths in 3/4 time and stacked 4ths in 2/4 time. The vocal part was from an interview about Star Wars with 5 year old Talis.
Composed, performed, and recorded by Michael Ritchie
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