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New music reflecting the revolutionary ideas, philosophy and legacy of Karl Marx – from three unique perspectives. Celeste Oram’s Pierrot Laborieux [work & The Work] examines the idea of musical work – is a musician’s, or a composer’s, artistry truly free ‘labour’? French composer Frédéric Pattar uses the phenomenon of economic Deflation to sculpt a vivid sonic interpretation of the rise – then fall – of wealth in a capitalist system. And Robert Reid Allan collaborated with Gareth Mattey to imagine Terry Helenson’s Revolutionary Dreams: a man, once boldly protesting Marxist ideals, now confined to a humdrum life in the City. At night, his mind awakens…