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About the work:
Sandman’s Castle was written for Dame Evelyn Glennie as part of the “50 for 50” project to celebrate her 50th birthday – 50 composers would compose 50 measures of music for a solo percussion instrument. For this project, I chose the tam-tam as my instrument of choice. For years I had been quite drawn to its sonic beauty and its many expressive possibilities. As well, writing for such an instrument would allow me to explore unchartered territories and open up new directions in my creative thinking.
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