Pacific Fanfare Barry D. Truax

Pacific Fanfare was composed to mark the 25th anniversary of both the Vancouver New Music Society and the World Soundscape Project at Simon Fraser University. It is comprised of ten soundmarks recorded by the WSP in the Vancouver area either from the early 1970s or more recently, and thus reflects the changing soundscape of the city. The various sound signals are heard both in their original state, and digitally resonated and time-stretched in order to let them “resonate” in our own memories.

  • Year of composition: 1996
  • Genre: Soundscape
  • Format: Fixed media
  • Instrumentation: 2 or 8 digital soundtracks
  • Software used: PODX system for sound synthesis and composition.
  • Duration of the submitted work: 3:00
  • Publisher: Cambridge Street Publishing
  • Premiere: November 10, 1996, Vancouver, Vancouver New Music Society 25th anniversary concert
  • Disc publication: Pacific Fanfare is available on the Cambridge Street Records double CD Soundscape Vancouver 96 and the Cambridge Street Records CD Islands CSR-CD 0101

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