Lindsay Vickery talks about workshopping Semantics of Redaction with percussionist Vanessa Tomlinson. Advertisements
Golan Levin’s Scrapple , an installation/performance piece/object, incorporates an animated or active notation into its functionality and presentation.
Daniel Godinez Nivon’s Tiquio-rolas, an animated score of sorts, described by Nivon as follows: “The drawings are scores generated by the collective interaction in meetings held at the Assembly of Indigenous Migrants in Mexico City (AMI) so that later the Philharmonic Band interprets Indigenous Children in an improvisation. […]
Check out Lindsay Vickery’s investigation of reading and scrolling rates regarding fixed and animated notation here.
Looks like there could be some interesting notation-based conversations happening at NIME this year. According the official release, the workshop will be held in two parts: 1. Overview of the notation history, tools, uses and problematics: Building a map of the different approaches, in interaction with invited participants […]
Thanks to Roger Dannenberg for pointing this piece out to me, certainly along the tongue-in-cheek lines of Sender’s Tropical Fish Opera and Moran’s Divertissement Number One. Here is a short quote from the NY Times article, 2.14.1982: “In Don Buchla’s ”Q,” musical rules were most clearly defined. Each […]
Ingamells describes this performance as follows: “Giant 5-line stave made from bungee chords attached to the four columns of the atrium. Five giant clusters of helium balloons floating in the space. Clusters are attached to ropes that can be pulled by visitors to the library (pulled like ringing […]
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Do Desenho e do Som The software “Do Desenho e do Som” includes ideas collected since 2009, both theoretical and pratical. It is a real-time graphical score environment, enabling one to “compose” music in real-time with some amount of control and expectations. In such systems, I find compeling […]