Julia

2000

CD solo | 8 Minutes

Julia Phillips, voice

Recordings


2009

Voices + Sine Waves
Digital Download and Limited Edition CD | Avant Media
Listen

World Premiere: Any Little Dog Says So, Boulder Public Library, Boulder, CO - March 6th, 2001

Avant Premiere: Minnesota Fringe Festival - August 2nd, 2002
with the dance Break Down by Michelle Nance

Presentation History
Minnesota Fringe Festival | Minneapolis, Minnesota : August 2 - 11, 2002
Any Little Dog Says So | Boulder, Colorado : March 6th, 2001

Created on a commission from the choreographer Courtney Krantz, Julia was a realization of a simple request: “Create something that is very extreme, it’s very quiet, but also very loud.” Ultimately, the piece was premiered on Gibson's first solo concert, Any Little Dog Says So, in Boulder, Colorado, March 6, 2001. Julia was presented in complete darkness, with the instructions to the audio engineer to continue to turn the piece up throughout, at least three people left the theater during the relatively short duration of the piece.


See Also:
Shiver | prime harmonic sine waves | 2008
You Also Killed A Turkey | three speakers, with taped sermon accompaniment and electronic noises | 2001
Mujeres de Juárez | solo voice and computer | 2005
The Third Pillar with its Lowest Primes and Memories of The Second Pillar from Apparitions of The Four Pillars | composition based in Apparitions of The Four Pillars for prime harmonic sine waves, soloists and cantus firmus | 2010
En | solo shakuhachi and palindromic CD | 1999
Two Sides | 2 voices, electronics, and computer | 2005
Distant Melodies from a Cold Day between 23 and 29 | sine-wave based accompaniment to the film i left you on a cold day in december, when presented in a proscenium manner | 2007