Date of Graduation
Master of Music (MM)
Second Committee Member
Communication and the arts, Orchestra, Tone poem, Void
In astronomy, a void is an area in outer space which contains no galaxies. These are vast expanses of darkness and emptiness. This orchestral piece, simply titled void, attempts to describe such an area through various musical methods: long sustained notes depicting the huge distances away from galaxies, wide distances between upper voices and lower voices creating a sense of void between musical elements, and close distances and tight harmonies to recreate the sense of confusion and uncertainty that may be experienced in an area of emptiness.
Aragon, J. (2015). Void: for Orchestra. Theses and Dissertations Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/etd/1193