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Little Black Lies
Matthew Whiteside

Description

Sophie can’t remember how old she is or the last time she left the house. You probably heard about the war in her country. No? Well, everybody left but Sophie still has plenty of friends. Look! Here they are now… Exploring the stories we tell ourselves in order to live better with reality, Little Black Lies is written by Glasgow-based composer and sound designer Matthew Whiteside, and Danish playwright and poet Helene Grøn.


Instrumentation Genre Stage and ensemble
Tag orchestra
Collaborators Helene Grøn
Collaboration details Librettist
Duration 18 minutes
Instrumentation Flute [1 player]; Clarinet [1 player]; Bassoon [1 player]; Horn [1 player]; Trumpet [1 player]; Percussion [2 players] (Bass drum, Bongos, Cabasa, Cymbals, Snare drum, Tam-Tam, Tom-Toms, Vibraphone); Chorus [30 players]; Violin 1 (section) [8 players]; Violin 2 (section) [5 players]; Viola (section) [4 players]; Cello (section) [3 players]; Doublebass (section) [1 player]

Performances of this work

Date Venue Performer Link
05/04/2018 (*premiére) SWG3, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
14/09/2020
new event
Abbey Church, North Berwick, Scotland, UK

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