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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Mival, William - M - United Kingdom 

 
 

 

Biography

William Mival is a composer, broadcaster, writer and teacher and is Head of Composition at the Royal College of Music in London. He has written works for, amongst others, the ensemble Gemini, the Belcea String Quartet, The BBC Symphony Orchestra, The Welsh Chamber Orchestra, the virginalist Sophie Yates, the pianist Andrew Ball, the baritone Jeremy Huw Williams and the Choirs of Salisbury Cathedral.
William Mival’s writings include a survey of the performance history of Stockhausen’s Gruppen for the Cambridge History of Musical Performance (published in 2012). As a broadcaster he has been a very frequent contributor to BBC Radio, particularly Radio Three’s CD Review introducing new releases and in ‘Building a Library’. He has also made appearances on television introducing performances from the BBC Proms and also discussing the concept of musical ‘resonance’ on BBC Television’s The Culture Show.

 

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