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Richard Emsley

Strange Attractor
Richard Emsley Strange Attractor

for orchestra

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Commissioned by the BBC and first performed by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ilan Volkov at City Halls Glasgow in May 2016 as part of the 2016 Tectonics Festival.

An ‘attractor’ is a geometric representation of oscillatory behaviour within a closed system. Some attractors represent real objects, such as a swinging pendulum, while others, such as Lorenz’ ‘strange’ or ‘chaotic’ attractor, are unrelated to reality, existing only as mysterious mathematical abstractions. How does this relate to my piece? Hardly atall, other than as a metaphor – a loose imaginative association between the music’s never-resolving oscillations and the haunting, butterfly-like images of ‘strange attractors’.

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ISMN 9790570680528
Composer Richard Emsley
Year of Composition 2015
Instrumentation orchestra
Duration 16'
Student Difficulty No

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