Fanfares and Arhoolies
a new work for lip-reed and beaten instruments featuring 8 - 13 players
Fanfare: An ostentatious or noisy display. Arhoolie: A plantation field holler expressing the worker's feelings, synchronized with the rhythm of the work. Lip-Reed: vibrating lips. Percussion: beat upon.
Fanfares and Arhoolies will be premiered on October 16, 2011 as part of SASSAS 's Alex Cline, Lady Noise, William Roper / sound at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook.
Players (subject to change) include:
- Joseph Mitchell (Judicanti Responsura) - percussion
- Kevin Brown - lip reeds
- Ray Burkhart - lip reeds
- Clifford Childers - lip reeds
- Dan Clucas - lip reeds
- Steve Durnin - lip reeds
- James Ford - lip reeds
- Bruce Fowler - lip reeds
- Darrell Leonard - lip reeds
- Loren Marsteller - lip reeds
- Phil Teele - lip reeds
- Michael Vlatkovich - lip reeds
- Doug Tornquist - lip reeds
Fanfares and Arhoolies is supported by a CCI ARC grant.
The event will premiere three site-specific works commissioned by SASSAS.
Sunday, October 16 · 3:00pm - 5:00 pm
Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook
6300 Hetzler Rd.
Culver City, CA 90232
Click here for more information and bios of the composers.
See the video of Fanfares and Arhoolies on youtube
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What does this mean? Get there early, bring water, be in shape, don't wear a tux.
Check back regularly for new information and details.
William Roper is a Miraphone artist and plays Warburton mouthpieces.