RE: Powerplant, TO


Subject: RE: Powerplant, TO
From: Jim Kennedy (jimk@CAE.COM)
Date: Thu Jul 08 2004 - 15:57:17 EDT


the non-musical sounds of the singers was as much a part of the piece as the
Tallis...which was absolutely breathtaking.

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Subject: Re: Powerplant, TO

I heard the work when it was at the Tate in London. It is novel -
especially if you stand in the middle of the speakers but I found the miking
too close so you could hear some singers coming in earlier than others and
the inhalation of air before singing. I had wished for something other than
the Tallis though ...

Paul Beaudoin
NortheasternUniv.
Boston, MA

> Anyone been to the Powerplant yet to hear the current exhibits
> (e.g., Janet Cardiff's Spem in Alium)?
>
> Michael
>



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