for Clarinet, Percussion, Piano, Violin, Cello, & Bass
24 Hours (excerpts)
1AM from "24 Hours" - for Echo Chamber, by Brian Petuch
2AM from "24 Hours" - for Echo Chamber, by Brian Petuch
3AM from "24 Hours" - for Echo Chamber, by Brian Petuch
Instrumentation: Clarinet, Percussion, Piano, Violin, Cello, & Bass
Duration: 30 min
Commissioned by Echo Chamber
Premiered on 4/15/18 at Spectrum in Brooklyn, NY
24 Hours was made possible by a grant from the American Composers Forum with funds provided by the Jerome Foundation.
About the Work
Our relation to the day is embedded into each hour, I’ve always felt that each hour of the day has a distinctive color and energy. It varies a bit from day to day, but it’s definitely there. 24 Hours is a work made up of twenty-four short movements. Each movement is a little vignette representing each hour of the day.
24 Hours is written in a way to accommodate many different programming demands. The work can be performed as written from beginning to end or any movement can stand-alone as it’s own entity. Many of the movements can be interpreted in different ways. Some have the ability to be expanded (or diminished) through repeats or other methods.