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The first experiment in a collaboration between Brent Dixon and violinist Rachel See.

The process:

Rachel recorded a series of brief musical phrases on violin. Each was unrehearsed, unrelated, improvised on the spot, recorded at 120 BPM, and in the key of E minor. "Even if you feel like you made a mistake, keep it," was part of the game.

She sent me a folder with the collection of recorded phrases, about 20 in all. I used editing software to construct selections into a layered composition, adding the cello for some bass progression and flow.

The result is a composition by both of us and neither of us.

"Komorebi" is a Japanese word for when sunlight filters through the trees - the interplay between the light and the leaves.

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Rachel See: Violin
Brent Dixon: Composition/Arrangement

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