of Pine and Silk
violin or any other instrument
- A performer may play this score if they sense the music upon encountering the score, ensuring that every aspect of the music is present in the performance.
- This score should be approached synesthetically rather than logically as the score is the music rather than the notation to play the music.
- Every association, aspect, and sense of pine and silk should be considered, including the brush of pine needles and the shadows of Chinese silk leaf tree petals.
- The score can be performed using sound and/or silence or by using neither sound nor silence.
- It can be played with no notes, one note, or ten thousand notes.
- The order of this score is naturally determined.
Performed March 27th, 1998 at the Canadian Embassy Theatre, Tokyo Japan, by Randy Raine-Reusch on a Chinese guzheng
© Randy Raine-Reusch SOCAN