Browsing Leicester Media School by Subject "Acousmatic music"

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Browsing Leicester Media School by Subject "Acousmatic music"

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  • Young, John (Recording, musical)
    The material that inspired this work was a short audio recording made in the garden of the Beethoven Wohnung Heiligenstadt where, in 1802, Beethoven spent the latter half of the year seeking respite for his failing hearing. ...
  • Young, John (Recording, musical)
    Allting Runt Omkring (Everything Round and About) grew out of my encounters with the Stockholm soundscape, which surprised me with its clarity and vitality — both above and below the ground… the chimes of church clocks ...
  • Young, John (Recording, musical)
    Apparitions attempts to articulate a very personal response to the evocative qualities of four sounds, recorded in different locations: a train blasting its horns while passing through a small US town; part of the intoned ...
  • Young, John (Article)
    A critical review of acousmatic music in the UK, including brief analytical observations of some key works in the British acousmatic repertoire.
  • Young, John (Recording, musical)
    Moment Musical integrates short flourishes of piano sound with the spectral evolution of an evolving abstract soundscape.
  • Young, John (Recording, musical)
    Form, writes Nicholas Bourriaud, is ‘structural unity imitating a world.’ I have responded to this idea with Three Spaces in Mid-Air, which is designed as a continuous work in three discrete sections. Each explores the ...
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    Young, John (Other)
    This work presents an electroacoustically extended sound-image of the saxophone. Samples were recorded with the Swedish saxophone virtuoso Jorgen Pettersson and the source material includes two basic types: multiphonics ...