Subject: Re: EA by the way, Francis - presence / absence - live or memorex ?
From: macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Fri Mar 25 2005 - 15:20:45 EST
innit (isn't it) Monsieur Innit Park escribé :
(rough translation )
>I went to your advertised concerts here in
>Glasgow last week and you did not even show up! There
>was some geezer (old guy/girl) and a wee burd (wee little small bird)
mixing CDs. Mind you, (go figure)
>they did not do a bad job either. The overheeds (over heads -
>something in translation tae (to) English but ye (you/tu) get that
>at fame (?) academy.
> Considering that mainstream media now comes with
>surround sound, a defining characteristic of the
>montage of EA emissions (which keeps it distinct from
>other audio) would be that live performance by an
>artist does not necessarily require the artist's
>presence, in a way that is distinct from classical
still in translation : i (innis park) liked what i heard BUT
when does 'live' performance not include th artist/composer
(if th poster leads one to assume composer's presence) ? Non ?
how do EA and Classical differ ? when does EA require th presence o
composer (s) ? Eh ? .end translation.
is there a 'vocalized' gesture of 'well duh' in aforesaid txt ?
if Mr_Innit_Park's escribé were a timbre (encoded/deciphered)
what would da man (th man) and his brief 'essay' o th Peak SOUND like ?
best regardement, macCormac / sylvi
http://www.sylvi.ca / na / da / bc
siwash rock & soundscape composition
Francis et Inés Dhomont wrote:
> Dear Innes Park,
> Thank you for your message.
> Nevertheless I don't know if I quite understand what you mean, I get
> some problems with English.
> In my opinion an acousmatic performance never NECESSARILY required
> the artist's presence; nevertheless this presence can be a more
> attractive event.
> But I'm not sure I answered your question, sorry.
> >Bonjour Francis,
> > I went tae on of yer advertised concerts here in
> >Glasgae last week and ye didnae even show up! There
> >was some geezer and a wee burd mixing CDs. Mind you,
> >they didnae dae a bad job either. The overheeds lost
> >something in translation tae English but ye get that
> >at fame academy.
> > Considering that mainstream media now comes with
> >surround sound, a defining characteristic of the
> >montage of EA emissions (which keeps it distinct from
> >other audio) would be that live performance by an
> >artist does not necessarily require the artist's
> >presence, in a way that is distinct from classical
> >rendition. Non?
> > Just going through the motions again with minor
> >variations here.
> > Ex-Prof Innes Park
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