Lay Of The Land is inspired by the distinct perspectives from which we see the world. The position from which we see people, events and places is dictated by our unique relationship to those things. The sum of our personal and collective experiences builds the structure that both shapes and limits our understanding. Through exploring dramatic large ensemble compositions featuring horns, strings, and full rhythm section contrasting with intimate solo etudes, Lay Of The Land: Part I explores both our intimate and collective realities.
Run Time 37:54