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♦ 5000 Aluminum tread plate
♦ Pattern:diamond,1 bar ,5 bars.
The main ingredient of this series aluminum tread plate is magnesium element and the content is between 3% and 5%. It is also called aluminum magnesium alloy.
With its low density, it features high tensile strength and elongation.
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It is widely used in conventional industries.
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The Young Musicians Foundation Debut Orchestra, conducted by Roger Kalia, premieres Brendan Faegre’s “Dirt to Gold” on Sundays Live.
16 November 2014 / LACMA Bing Theater / Los Angeles / USA
“…there were possibilities within the limitations of everyday life, with the things that we look at that are disposable. Our lives can seem so limited and uneventful, but these things can be transformed. We can appoint ourselves to be — to be alchemists, turning shit into gold.”
- Beck Hansen
Dirt to Gold tries to do just that, to take “worthless” sounds, sonic junk, and transform them into powerful, meaningful music. This transformation happens many times throughout the piece, and on many different levels. Abrasive thumps and squeaks crystallize into cool grooves, ever-shifting rhythms gradually settle into clear patterns, and aluminum foil makes several high-profile appearances in the orchestra.
When Roger approached me about writing a piece for the Debut Orchestra, my first task was to find an interesting connection between my own musical interests and that of Debut’s home in Los Angeles. This connection came in the form of my teenage infatuation with the music of L.A.’s Beck Hansen, particularly his album Odelay. Inspired by his ideas and music, I composed a work that marries Beck’s rebellious energy with my own musical language.
Extra Beck Quotes:
”It’s not some priceless object. It’s something you’re supposed to make noise on.”
“There’s a lot of experimenting going on, but there’s also grooves. Without them, this would be…pretty abrasive”
“I appreciate acts that are bold. Even if they’re completely misguided and overdone.”
Violin I – Marina Lenau, Finn Bordal, Robby Gleiser, Sarah Kuo, Mann-Wen Lo, Luke Santonastaso, Megan Shung Smith, Mona Tian
Violin II – Hui-Ying Ma, Laura Bedol, Shawn Cai, Rhea Fowler, Hyun Shil Kim, Michelle Kim, Andrzej Kunecki
Viola – Georgi Dimitrov, Ben Bartelt, Sarah Greene, Dan Liu, Bradley Parrimore
Cello – Nicholas Mariscal, Christopher DeFazio, Pierre Derycz, Thomas Lovasz
Bass – James Hernandez, Teddy Gabrielides, Jay Rubottom
Flute – Katherine Standefer, Elizabeth Lu
Oboe – Rachel Van Amburgh, Ben Brogadir
Clarinet – Richard Dobeck, Angelo Quail
Bassoon – Alex Rosales Garcia, Brittany Seits
French Horn – Aija Mattson, Carrie Rexroat, Emily Browne, Stephanie Ginnings
Trumpet – Evan Walsh, John Allen
Bass Trombone – Jake Kraft
Timpani – Caleb Conner
Percussion – Brice Burton
Harp – Elisabeth Zosseder
Orchestra Librarian – Yurie Yoshida
Audio Recording – Bill Vestal
Photo – Kimmie Fadem
For more info and score/parts: http://www.brendanfaegre.com/works/dirttogold.html
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