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Alexander String Quartet Rehearses Invasive Species by Robert Greenberg
Seeded by asq4 on 10 Mar 2014
Author: Alexander String Quartet
The Alexander String Quartet rehearsing "Invasive Species" by composer Robert Greenberg. Composers, Inc. presents a World Premiere by Robert Greenberg written for the Alexander Quartet w/ Roger Woodward. March 11 in Berkeley Performance on March 11, 2014 8pm First Congregational Church of Berkeley 2345 Channing Way Tickets available through or at the door 30 minutes before the performance. Invasive Species for piano quintet 2012 Program Note Robert Greenberg Three-Part Intention March of the Yellow Crazy Ants One-Part Incursion Pretty Pretty Poison Two-Part Ignition E. globulus (10-20-1991) The title Invasive Species refers to non-native species of plants and animals that, once introduced to a new environment, have an adverse affect on the habitats and bioregions they invade and colonize. Specifically this piece is about three "invasive species": yellow crazy ants ("March of the Yellow Crazy Ants"), water hyacinths ("Pretty Pretty Poison"), and gum eucalyptus