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#369

details from the score of epicycle
All the events represent scenes of everyday life and most of them seem to relate especially to Christou’s contemporary social/historical circumstances. For example, one cannot help noticing the multiple military images, which probably refer to the recent Dictatorship of the Colonels, which had commenced in Greece in 1967 and lasted until 1974.

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#370

@vals these are super cool!

Thank you all for the recent contributions! Great to see the archive expanding.


#371

play here:
http://www.galaxykate.com/apps/jazzcomposition/

source


#372

if you still feel like listening… i know its been a while, the graphic score that you saw i didnt like the music to… but here is more elastic music:


#373

Tim Souster:



#374

related:
eContact! / Notation for Electroacoustic and Digital Media


#375

And from Tibet:


#376

#377

I think I posted about Tonebook previously. They’re doing a second edition and looking for submissions -


#378


#379

Roman Haubenstock-Ramati


#380

Xenakis - Mycenae Alpha (1978)
for mono tape, composed on the UPIC system





#381

Xenakis, two sketches from “Voyage absolu des Unari vers Andromède” (1989)
for stereo tape, composed on the UPIC system.



#382

For voice, wind and rain.


#383

corey fogel


#384

THX just posted this on their Twitter. https://twitter.com/THX/status/1000077588415447040


#385

Dieter Schnebel: amn (excerpt, from booklet to Atelier Schola Cantorum 1)


#386

Laurie Anderson: All the Things I Lost in the Flood


#387

Massimiliano Viel - TAZ


#388

This album of graphic score actualisations may be of interest.

Interpretations of Trichromatic Moiré by Thomas Martin Nutt. Featuring Tetuzi Akiyama, Harriet Butler, Sarah Hennies, Ryu Hankil, Ko Ishikawa, David Lacey, Sally Ann McIntyre, Will Montgomery, Joseph Clayton Mills, Shirley Pegna, Rie Nakajima & Marie Roux, Samuel Rodgers, Lo Wie, and Keiko Yamamoto.