On Work and Warbling

Cassandra Miller comes from Victoria and firmly believes that her best work was some of her earliest, a piece called Dry Bones in which the musicians (including her) bounced chopsticks off timpani.  Since then she has written for some big orchestras indeed, and maintains a long-term relationship with triads.  She has a blog as well, and writes often and informatively about her work.  Check i’out!

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