A set of five 10" acrylic records, each with two lathe-cut locked grooves. The spindle-hole position varies with the length of the groove: a long groove that takes up the full diameter has its hole in the center, a 5" diameter groove has its hole 1" off center, etc. Each of the 10 sides of the records contains a section of a very slow piece of music for quijada and drum machine (hand-clap sample): Judges 15:15 meets Big Audio Dynamite. Aria was commissioned by choreographer Michelle Ellsworth. Her request was for a score that the dancers could 'perform.' So, the records will be played live on two turntables and will be flipped and changed by the dancers throughout the piece.