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The Friedman Translations
The Friedman Translations is a work in two contrasting forms: Translation A is a work for tape, while Translation B is a live work for piano and percussion. The tape version, Translation A, is composed entirely from a few ...
Sound and Narrative: Acousmatic composition as artistic research
(Journal of Sonic Studies, 2014-06-06)
This paper will discuss acousmatic music as a simultaneously musical and narrative art form. Acousmatic narrative will be considered from the dual perspectives of the composer and the listener, and we will investigate some ...
Mahtavaa (Finnish for "Wonderful") was originally composed as one section of an outdoor sound installation commissioned by the Sibelius Weeks festival in Jarvenpaa, Finland, which was entirely composed using newspaper and ...
(New Adventures in Sound Art, 2015-04)
(Association PRESQUE RIEN, 2017)
Electroacoustic Performance Practice in Interdisciplinary Improvisation
(Korean Electro-Acoustic Music Society, 2014)
The increasing mobility and accessibility of electroacoustic tools in recent decades has brought electroacoustic performance practice into ever-closer contact and collaboration with a broad range of other performance ...
(Naviar Records, 2014-11-11)
Hyvät matkustajat ("The Good Travellers") began life as a 'sonic postcard from Finland'. This turned out to be only the first stop on its journey, however. The original material was later further developed as material for ...
(New Adventures in Sound Art, 2015-03)
"Outgribe" is a sound miniature that incorporates recordings of the mechanical and electrical apparatus of various radio and telecommunications exchanges, abstracted and 'aestheticized', and layered with 'distance ...
Space and Place in Electroacoustic Music
(Intellect Books, 2017)
Sound plays a unique role in the human perception and conception of space and place. This capacity for sound to trigger this crucial dichotomy is carried over to the sonic arts, which are unique in their ability to include ...
At the First Clear Word