David P. Landon is a composer, performer, and maker who explores these roles as an author of a complex set of interactions, and enjoys blurring the roles of the individuals involved at all levels. In each echelon, Landon seeks to understand the human response to those interactions in regards to intellect, emotion, cognition, and physiology.

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A Veil of Tiny Points

March 2020

A Veil of Tiny Points is a chaotic journey of individuation and ensemble as entity. The material is derived from very small motive and the work is primarily an exploration of that motive in transposition and expansion/contraction. It was such a pleasure working with the Boulder Altitude Directive on this commission. I hope you enjoy listening to the work as much as we all enjoyed putting it together.

One Movement, 8′-00″

for the Boulder Altitude Directive, director Carter Pann


flute, piccolo
clarinet and B-flat