Re: Rhythmic Speech


Subject: Re: Rhythmic Speech
VivianAR@aol.com
Date: Mon Jul 11 2005 - 13:49:41 EDT


a. I have Dona Nobis Pacem, 1977, three of my whisphered spoken words
manipulated as entire piece
b. WITH LOVE, a fantasy for Live Cello & Decorated Cello Cases, in memory of
Myrtle Hollins Adelberg, and first prize win program Bourges 1986, uses
dialogue a great deal and the following are partial program notes about the speach:
Adelberg Rudow used dialogue as instruments. Sentences or phrases became
counterpoint, different peoples' spoken words were used as texture variation or
percussive accent, and emotion or experiences were used as instrumental
ideas.

c. I have other works using dialogue similar but not the same as WITH LOVE:
PORTRAIT OF A FRIEND (1986) ; and LAWYERS, THE VELVET HAMMERS (2004)

Vivian Adleberg Rudow

In a message dated 7/10/05 12:01:21 AM, chrisleon@videotron.ca writes:
>
> I am writing a paper on the use of spoken word as rhythmic device for
> composition. This involves any sound emitted by the voice (male or
> female) that is morphed into a rhythmic pattern.
>
> Who are the first composers to take speech fragments and create
> rhythmic patterns or loops?
>
> Some of the early pioneers I have found so far are Steve Reich and Leos
> Janacek.
>
Vivian Adelberg Rudow
2004:
46 radio performances around the world
Live performances in Beijing, China and Frankfurt, Germany
Guest lecturer Goucher College, Towson, MD.

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www.vivianadelbergrudow.com



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