Leaves (2)
  • For any number of performers and any instrument.
  • The score can be read and performed in any manner the performer wishes.
  • One possible approach is: recall every memory of leaves that you can.
    • Remember new leaves, old leaves, dry leaves, familiar leaves, foreign leaves.
    • Remember all the smells of leaves, remember all the textures, all the colours. 
    • Remember all the sounds of leaves. 
    • Remember all these memories at the same time.
    • Without thinking begin to play.
  • This score can be performed by listening.
  • A deep awareness of the performer's surroundings and the soundscape is suggested
  • This score can be performed aurally, visually. kinesthetically, synesthetically, interactively, literally, symbolically, or philosophically.
  • This score is performed by being regarded, and can be performed in all manners simultaneously.
  • This score does not need to be performed to be performed.
  • This score is being performed constantly.

Randy Raine-Reusch - Graphic Score

Randy Raine-Reusch

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