Curvatura - Strings for Dance
Emotive, playful, commanding,
sensuous, are some of the words that come to mind when describing the music of
Curvatura, Strings for Dance.
Curvatura has 16 eclectic, yet harmonious tracks
ranging in length from 1:06 to 1:43 with most in the range of 1:15 to 1:25
minutes:seconds. The running times are highly suited for short choreographic
projects and/or solo practical assessment. In addition a theme or narrative can
be choreographed over any number of tracks, in any sequence, for an end of term
project or a performance.
All of the tracks are instrumental and are played by the
string section of an orchestra; violin, viola, cello, double bass. The
structures of the compositions allow for a wide stylistic range of dance and
cater for the choreographic elements of relationships, space, shape and
Curvatura suits solo or group
creative choreography with dance styles ranging from classical to contemporary.
The CD is engineered for theatre and provides a stereo,
high fidelity and dynamic sound, which engages both the dancers and the
Produced at Radical Wombat Collective by Enigma
Foundation - Strings For Dance Project
Members: Anna Bailey, Katarin Brandenstein, Kasia Kuchkina, Constance Lefranc,
Madeleine Marquez, Sophia Letissier-Mossheart, Anna-Marie Sylvan.
Composer: Peter Mounsey.
PUBLISHER: RADICAL WOMBAT COLLECTIVE • 16 TRACK CD
Preview the first track
A new page opens, press the orange play button next to Eniko
The USB flash drive contains mp3 versions of the tracks
for convenience to use in the studio; but does not have the same theatre quality
of the CD.
Restriction on the use of the music. For use in public performance, such as
class or concert then it should be noted on your APRA license. You will require
a separate APRA license to stream the music from a website, used in film or
video or played in a major venue such as a performing arts centre. We include a
notice regarding public performance in which you will find most schools have a
blanket coverage in relationship to use in school. Nonetheless you must keep a
record of tracks used - Name of track used for on what date(s) and by the
composer in you APRA log for their audits. Mechanical use that is recording
performances on video or duplication the material require AMCOS approval. Search
APRA AMCOS to find their web site. We request that you please email the
internationally registered label Alchemetica - firstname.lastname@example.org with the