Re: live electronics repertoire


Subject: Re: live electronics repertoire
From: Franziska Schroeder (franziska@lautnet.net)
Date: Tue Sep 27 2005 - 05:56:59 EDT


Alistair.
I have been meaning to ask you whether you have come across Pedro
Rebelo's piece (Sonic Arts Research Center/Belfast) for prosthetic
conga and live-electronics? This piece would definitely be a
challenging piece of work as the notation is quite unique (let alone
the sound of the conga). Give your students something to think about!!!
Regards
Franziska

On 22 Sep 2005, at 16:12, Alistair MacDonald wrote:

> Hi
>
> I have a new course starting this session - live electronics
> performance & composition. These are conservatoire students - a couple
> of first study composers, the others first study instrument or voice.
>
> For part of the course students will be expected to prepare an
> existing piece for public performance so I'm looking for pieces for
> solo instrument & tape/cd or solo instrument with live electronics
> (could be amplification, delay etc, SPX 900, Max/MSP). (The other
> part of the course involves students composing).
>
> I'm accumulating as much material as I can but I'm particularly
> interested in pieces which are demanding in that they make the
> students think very carefully about the relationship between
> instrument and technology and about their sound (so not traditionally
> virtuosic repertoire).
>
> I have one of each:
> percussionist
> cellist
> french horn player
> soprano voice
> trumpet
> flute
> double bass
>
> Any suggestions/recommendations? I'd love to hear what works other
> folks use in this (teaching) situation, and if anyone has anything
> suitable which they could send, or let me know where I can get hold of
> performing materials I'd be grateful.
>
> (Suggestions for other instruments and combinations also welcome for
> teaching and future courses)
>
> thanks
>
> Alistair
>
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