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Where are we? Extended music practice on the internet
At the time of writing at least twenty years of extended sound-based performance via the internet is now behind us. Already in 2003 Alvaro Barbosa summarised the elements that had emerged in the first generation of networked ...
Microvariations (in memoriam Jonathan Harvey) for instrumental quintet and live electronics was originally commissioned by Sond'Ar-te Ensemble (Lisbon) and first performed in March 2014. I compose at the piano and during ...
Stringscape was commissioned by Darragh Morgan and is dedicated to him and his wonderful virtuosity. It was composed between July 2009 and April 2010. There are three characters – lyric, drone and texture. It’s difficult ...
The analysis of live and interactive electroacoustic music: Hans Tutschku - Zellen-Linien (2007)
(Cambridge University Press, 2016-04)
An analysis of Hans Tutschku's work Zellen-Linien for piano and live electronics, starting from the listening experience and working back to the score and performance instructions.
Local/Field and beyond - The scale of spaces
(transcript Verlag, 2015)
This chapter develops earlier ideas of the author on 'local' and 'field' spaces in the composition and performance of music made with technology. This focuses on discussion of the 'prosthesis' of electronics and how we ...
Memory Machine is a ‘concert installation’ piece. It is a variable work which will rarely be heard exactly the same twice. But it has a basic form that remains the same – a beginning, a series of evolving episodes and an ...
Microvariations (in memoriam Jonathan Harvey)
The work consists of 35 short sections of music covering all the possibilities of the combinations of the instruments, each varying short fragments and gestures. The variations move through ‘local’ harmonies and tone colours ...
The analysis of electroacoustic music: the differing needs of its genres and categories
(Cambridge University Press, 2016-04-07)
This initial chapter in the book sets the stage for our edited book's content focusing on issues of how this type of music can be analysed and presented, issues to do with genres and categories and other foundational elements.
The Routledge Research Companion to Electronic Music: Reaching out with Technology.
The theme of this Research Companion is 'connectivity and the global reach of electroacoustic music and sonic arts made with technology'. The possible scope of such a companion in the field of electronic music has changed ...
Performance with Technology: Extending the Instrument – From Prosthetic to Aesthetic
(Routledge (Taylor and Francis), 2017)
A discussion on the evolution of live electronic and interactive musics - the relationship of live performer to technology. The idea of 'space frames' is developed. As the live performance reaches wider (prosthesis) control ...