Subject: Birgitta Tollan, First Winner Music Puzzle
Date: Fri Apr 08 2005 - 17:21:17 EDT
Please excuse cross postings.
The first winner of Vivian Adelberg Rudow’s Music Sound Puzzles is Birgitta
Tollan, swedish music journalist and radio producer on swedish public radio
(Sveriges Radio.) Tollan lives in
Copenhagen, Denmark. Her up coming show, Monitor will feature Elzbieta
Sikora on Wednesday April 13 at 21 to 22 in Sweden.
Answer: A toilet flushing.
Puzzle 1 was composed by Adelberg Rudow in 1972 as a splicing assignment in
electronic music class. She used classic standard tape techniques: Slowing
down, speeding up of the recorded sound on a tape recorder, plus numerous
splices of the sounds cut and reattached to the tape in different mixed up order.
The music was NOT processed. All the sounds are derived from the toilet
flushing. It was premiered playing over the radio.
The most creative answer was by Matthew D. Mattingly, Multimedia Director
Center for Computer-Based Instructional Technology, at the University of
Massachusetts Amherst: Hosing down a computer printer in the driveway!
The most guesses was for a vacuum cleaner.
Watch for the May Sound Puzzle.
(Anyone who would like to contribute a sound puzzle, please e-mail Vivian.)
Vivian Adelberg Rudow
Saturday, April 16, 2005, 8:00 PM, at An Die Musik, 409 N. Charles Street,
Baltimore Composers Forum concert, DAWN'S JOURNEY, in memory of Dawn Culbertson,
electroacoustic music with brief English Country Music excerpts from Bare
Necessities CD, English Country Dances on Rounder Records, plus collection of
photograph's of Dawn collected by George F. Spicka and Mike Franch. Special
thanks to the Baltimore Folk Music Society, Carl Friedman, Karin Loya, Herman Heyn
and photographers Jackie Donowitz and Neal Sakima
Recent past performances:
March 25, 2005, Good Friday Service, Devy's Song, during "Salvation"with the
quote "Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise," Roberta
Guthrie, cello, Central Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Lexington,
Wednesday, March 9, 2005, Berea College, Berea, KY
Noon: "Journeys Along the Creative Path," Devy's Song, Roberta Guthrie, cello
March 6, 2005 With Love/Portrait of a Friend:WMUA FM 91.1 MARTIAN GARDENS,
host Max Shea
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