Re: fission


Subject: Re: fission
From: Andrew Czink (aczink@telus.net)
Date: Thu Oct 28 2004 - 10:44:25 EDT


        I've just come across an interesting recording with stream segregation
occuring: Sainkho Namtchylak's Aura triple CD release on the Italian
poderosa label (http://www.ponderosa.it). The third track on the first
CD (featuring her solo vocal work) is along those lines.
        Also, I have written a solo piano piece that capitalizes on stream
segregation phenomena (as well as microstructural source segregation);
Strange Attractor. It's on my solo piano CD Escape Velocity on my label
earsay (http://www.earsay.com). There's a longish rising monophonic
(sequential single notes) pattern in the middle of the piece where 2 to
3 streams can be clearly heard. The higher the pattern rises in pitch
the more the hammer noise of the piano tone also segregates. I'm biased,
of course, but I think it's interesting.

        Cheers,

        Andrew

Katharine Norman wrote:
>
> if of any help I've got a couple of the Deutsch streaming and fusion
> examples collected here (from some ad hocket examples for a course I
> taught) and some other stuff.
>
> http://359.novamara.com/illusions.html
>
> Also there's lots of great hocket in the African griot tradition....
>
> Katharine
>
> On Tuesday, October 26, 2004, at 02:36 PM, Prof Malone wrote:
>
> > anyone have recommendations for examples of this technique
> > electronic and nonelectronic
> > --
> > happy tunes
> > don malone
> >
> > it takes all of us
> >



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