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This paper examines Chevaux-de-frise by Gerald Barry. The work is from a transitional period in Barry's work forming a bridge between the work of the 1980s (most notably The Intelligence Park) and the more polyphonic work of the 1990s. The paper describes Barry's use of canonic devices and his manipulation of found material before making some brief links to later works from Barry's output.
Mark Fitzgerald, 'On constructing a sonic gangbang: system and subversion in Gerald Barry’s Chevaux-de-frise' in Irish Musical Studies 11: Irish Musical Analysis ed. Gareth Cox and Julian Horton (Four Courts Press, 2014), 298-314. DOI: 10.21427/DQTZ-KZ47
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