M L Dunn | Digitiphony 8 - An Infinite Space

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Digitiphony 8 - An Infinite Space

by M L Dunn

Electro Orchestral One Movement Symphony - Eighth in the series, exploring the nature of infinity and the power of strategically placed silence.
Genre: Avant Garde: Modern Composition
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Michael Lisle Dunn was born in Chichester, on the south coast of England, in 1961. He started learning the violin aged 9 whilst at boarding school, where he also sang as a chorister in church and cathedral choirs. He studied the trumpet from the age of 13, receiving a bursary due to the promise he showed on the instrument. One day, in a fit of pique, angry that he couldn't make the sound he wanted, he threw it against the wall. It wasn't his trumpet. He had his bursary withdrawn and rebelled against his musical education by joining a Rock Band (in the 1970s that was still considered rebellion). In 2006, after the death of a close musical colleague, he started writing Digitiphonies (Electro Orchestral Symphonies) in an attempt to reconcile the two opposing sides of his musical psyche. This is how the idea of Digitiphony came about - the Eighth represents a maturing of this new genre, and is likely to be the penultimate in the series.

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