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Line Dances

music for a dance film by Daniel Belton

Year:  2010   ·  Duration:  30m
Instrumentation:  piano

Year:  2010
Duration:  30m
Instrumentation  piano

Composer:   Anthony Ritchie

Films, Audio & Samples

Sample Audio

Sample: Portrait of an Acrobat 0'00"-1'00"

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Sample Audio

Sample: Realm of the Curtain 0'00"-1'00"

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Sample Audio

Sample: Perspective with Inhabitants 0'00"-1'00"

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Sample Audio

Sample: Saint A in B 0'00"-1'00"

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Sample Audio

Sample: Harlequin on the Bridge 0'00"-1'00"

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Sample Audio

Sample: Equilibrist 0'00"-1'00"

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About

This music was commissioned by Daniel Belton and Good Company for his dance film, entitled Line Dances. It was written for performances in the Otago Festival of Arts, October 2010. The recording and first performances were played by the composer, in collaboration with Daniel Belton. The premiere took place in the Metro Cinema, Dunedin. The music is for 6 short films, each informed by an art work by Paul Klee. The music to these dances is intended to be performed as concert music, or prior to a screening of the films. The films themselves contain elements of the music, crafted into a soundscape by Belton. See www.goodcompanyarts.com.


Contents note


1. Saint A in B
2. Portrait of an Acrobat
3. Realm of the Curtain
4. Harlequin on the bridge
5. Equilibrist
6. Perspective with inhabitants


Performance history