An excerpt from Longing (2011)
Cat Hope has developed hew own style of composition, which can be sweeping hour long electronic soundscapes for dance productions as well as songwriting, radiophonic works, film works, notated and improvisational scores. She has developed a unique style of notation that is often applied to electronic instruments such as turntables and radios. Her compositions are published and recorded on labels in Europe, America and Japan. You can find a monograph CD of her work here.
Most compositions are read from a moving digital score on networked iPads. The application to read them can be found here. Some can be read on video too - this is outlined on the score page on this website. All pieces have paper and PDF score versions that are available from her publisher Material Press or the Australian Music Centre.
Each peice has its own page on this site where you can find previous performances, links to other recordings, excepts, program notes and downloads of the moving score versions (required for performance) and score player files (if you use the iPad app) from this site, on the page deveoted to piece (see drop down menu above).
Below is a list of peices by year or composition. Go here for a list of pieces by instrument.
Compositions as PDF download
Cat's works come as digital copy (for the Decibel Score Player, and sometimes as a video file) as well as in hard copy. A hard copy example is shown above. These can be purchased from Material Press.