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Biosphere Degradation

for orchestra

Year:  2019   ·  Duration:  6m 30s
Instrumentation:  3**3*3*3*; 4331' timp., 2 perc; hp; strings | (Perc: crotales, almglocken, 5 temple blocks, bass drum, marimba, susp. cymbal)

Year:  2019
Duration:  6m 30s
Instrumentation  3**3*3*3*; 4331' timp., 2 ...

Composer:   Nathaniel Otley

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One of the most catastrophic effects of the current climate crisis is undoubtedly the loss of species and biodiversity in many of the world ecosystems. The world’s natural ecosystems are incredibly dynamic and varied and undoubtedly under stress from anthropogenic climate change. This affects species of both flora and fauna, from great trees to tiny insects and from predators to prey. The strain these systems are under can be heard in changes to the underlying soundscape over extended periods of time as they move from diverse systems into desolation. This transition doesn’t happen silently, however, as the natural world becomes noticeably more and more strained before imploding.