After Silence (1)

for piano and electronics

John Palmer

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Composer John Palmer
Year of Composition 2005
Duration 17'10"
Student Difficulty int-adv
Categories (all composers) , ,
Catalogue ID ce-jp1as1


“After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is Music” (Aldous Huxley). After silence is a cycle of works written for piano and electronics exploring the perception of resonance in relation to sound as a quest for silence. The preposition after indicates both a temporal condition and a search for deeper states of consciousness.

After silence (1) was inspired by a text I wrote in 2005: after silence / space mirrors / reflecting / invisible sound. / away from… / I stand motionless / listening / through the barely audible.