ANC'L'SUNR (Spatial Soundscape with Orchestra in the Foreground) was premiered by the Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marek Moś on February 24, 2013, at the W.Lutosławski Concert Studio, Warsaw, Poland. The concert (titled "Generacje XVI") was organized by the Polish Radio, the Polish Composers' Union and the Polish Society of Authors and Composers ZAIKS.
Electronic layer (3D sound)
Anna Niedźwiedź, soprano part in the electronic layer
Horn samples: Josiah Boothby, French horn samples
All sounds recorded and processed in Ambisonics by Ewa Trębacz
Stereo UHJ version of the piece, included on Ewa Trębacz's monographic CD, was realized by the composer with the use of the Ambisonic Toolkit software package (ATK), developed by Joseph Anderson, Joshua Parmenter and Juan Pampin with the support of DXARTS, University of Washington.
February 24, 2013 The W.Lutosławski Concert Studio, Warsaw, Poland, Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra | Marek Moś, conductor
FIXED MEDIA ONLY (2013 remix as stand-alone surround sound work):
June 17, 2013 Cloud Drawings , Wayward Music Series, Chapel Performance Space at the Good Shepherd Center in Seattle
January 23, 2014 Crotchets, Quavers...and Silicon Parchment, Wayward Music Series, Chapel Performance Space at the Good Shepherd Center in Seattle
May 12, 2017 MUSIC OF TODAY: UW Alumni Composers , Meany Hall for the Performing Arts, University of Washington Campus in Seattle
August 3, 2017 "Thea Farhadian + Ewa Trębacz" , Chapel Performance Space at the Good Shepherd Center in Seattle
October 13, 2018 Electroacoustic MiniFest at Washington State University School of Music, Pullman, WA
Work commissioned by the Polish Composers' Union; co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland within the programme "Collections" - the priority "Composers' Commissions" implemented by the Institute of Music and Dance.
With special thanks to: Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS), Donald Craig, for letting me use his 4-channel convolution software tool, and Mark Haslam, for his assistance in the recording sessions.