‘The Vanity of Small Differences’, a phrase coined by Freud, refers to the notion that conflict often arises between communities that share many commonalities but are hypersensitive to the finer details of their differentiation. In a tapestry of the same name, Grayson Perry used the phrase to skewer differences in class and taste in Britain. This duet is about musical conflict and dialogue arising from the instruments’ negotiation of the registral and timbral space that they share.
Violin and cello
Written on Psappha’s ‘Composing for’ scheme
|15/11/2018||Psappha||St. Michael’s, Manchester||WP|