Symphony No.4 in F minor Opus 36 (2) Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
12 October 2016, 12:32
The bonkers piece was composed and performed by Louise Goodwin, a percussionist at the Royal College of Music
When freelance percussionist Louise Goodwin was asked to write a piece for a series of music education visits to schools, while studying at the Royal College of Music, she decided to do something completely different. Here’s what she came up with…
Louise and her co-composer Phoebe Garrett decided to take inspiration from something everyday – making dinner in the kitchen.
But as she starts washing her vegetables and chopping her food, strange things start happening.
Percussionist Louise Goodwin performs 'Kitchen'
This might be the strangest percussion piece we've ever heard…
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She doesn’t wear an ear-piece to tell her when to move on to the next action, so how does it work?
How does 'Kitchen' work?
We asked Louise Goodwin to explain how she performs her amazing percussion-mime piece
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