Japanese violinist Mari Kimura first
employed subharmonics to extend the language of the violin in the early 1990s.
Irrefragable Dreams (1996), a collaboration with flutist Robert Dick.
Leyendas (1999), a collaboration with Mexican flutist
Roberto Morales Manzanares,
she compiled some of her computer-augmented works on Polytopia (2007).
The World Below G and Beyond (Mutable, 2010) is a compilation of
works from 1992 (the three-movement ALT) to 2009.
She demonstrates her virtuoso skills by
leaping in and out of subharmonics in Gemini (1995)
the Six Caprices for Subharmonics (1998).
The more recent works augment her technique with the computer. Notable are
the sheer violence emanating from Vitessimo (2007) and
the Bucknerian (2002), a duet of sorts with vocalist Thomas Buckner.
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