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Edge Violations


clarinet(s), computers, and projections, 2016
- music and programming richard hoadley
- clarinets ian mitchell
- text phil terry

- Performance/workshop: The Boiler House, London Metropolitan, Thursday October 15th 2015 
NB This performance/workshop was cancelled.
- first performance at Hoadley, Hall and Brown, Saturday April 23rd 2016, Anglia Ruskin University.
- Performance at the TENOR conference, Cambridge, May 28th 2016 - Ian Mitchell, clarinet(s)
- Performance at Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, Covent Garden, London, 12th July 2016
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Edge Violations was created to investigate possible expressive interactions between performer, code
and live notations.  It is coded in the audio programming environment SuperCollider and the 
augmented score environment INScore.  It was written for and premiered by the clarinetist Ian 
Mitchell.