I’m worried now, but I won’t be worried longÂ is a piece for violin and electronics that starts from a recording I made of leaky pipes in a bathroom at the Beijing Conservatory and incorporates melodic material from a traditional Armenian song calledÂ Tsirani TsarÂ (Apricot Tree.) The title comes from a line inÂ Down the Dirt Road BluesÂ by Charley Patton. The piece was written for Mary Rowell and is dedicated to her with vast affection.
â€¢ here is theÂ score
â€¢ here is theÂ solo violin part
If you are interested in performing the piece, please order the necessary performing materials below. You are welcome to arrange the piece for other instruments, and for additional live performers on the other lines. Let me know what you need, and we can make it work.
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