Category : Musica

Miri Kat

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Published on: 9 December 2017

Miri Kat’s debut EP brings ephemeral collages, in turns frenetic and and lyrical, in a unique brand of glitchy grindcore for a post-Internet age. Miri’s hyperactive textures are rooted in original engineering, live-coded from found sounds with open source tools, derived from open ecosystems in both sounds and software. For [...]

George Crumb: Zeitgeist, tableaux vivants for two amplified pianos

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Published on: 27 November 2017

George Crumb è uno dei compositori che ho sempre amato. È uno dei pochi contemporanei che trovo emozionanti. Uno dei pochi che non scrivono solo ‘esercizi’ o ‘studi’. Di questo brano ho già parlato, proprio qui, più o meno 9 anni fa. Ma allora non c’era la diffusione offerta dal [...]

Cronologia della Tecnologia Audio e della Musica Elettroacustica

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Published on: 22 November 2017

Ho finalmente aggiornato la pagina dedicata alla Cronologia della Tecnologia Audio e della Musica Elettroacustica. Mancano ancora un po’ di cose, comunque è quasi completa e consultabile, con molte immagini, link di approfondimento e link per ascoltare via You Tube le composizioni citate. Potrebbero interessarti anche: La prima macchina musicale [...]


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Published on: 15 November 2017

  Tonic is a deck of cards that offer instant tips in the style of the famous Oblique Strategies by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt from the 70s. The difference is that Tonic is specific to musicians. Citing the author, Mr Scott Hughes: Some cards tell you what pitches to [...]


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Published on: 25 October 2017

In 2002, the Scandinavian composer Leif Inge took Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and stretched it out to 24 hours without distortion or pitch variations. The 9th Symphony’s standard duration is around 67 minutes (but it depends on the director: it can also exceed 70′ and reach up to 77’16 “in the [...]

Suguru Goto in Tokyo 2016

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Published on: 18 October 2017

An excerpt from the Suguru Goto’s Japanese tour of 2016. The video, from Tokyo concert, is a collage of three songs with music by Suguru Goto and graphics by three different artists Patrick Defasten, Lucio Arese and Antoine Schmitt . The songs are: Body Jack, Suguru Goto music, Patrick Defasten [...]


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Published on: 26 November 2015

Hello, by Alexander Schubert (2014) For {any number of} instruments, live-electronics and video Excerpts from composer’s notes: The piece is audio-visual. It’s basically a video that is accompanied by the instruments. The video consists of video recordings of the composer performing certain actions / gestures. These gestures are notated in [...]

Venus & Jupiter

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Published on: 26 October 2015

Either/Or: Elliott Sharp – Venus & Jupiter (premiere) (perché in questo periodo mi alzo all’alba e vedo sempre Venere e Giove vicini nel cielo) Richard Carrick – piano, Stephanie Griffin – viola, Margaret Lancaster – alto flute, Chris McIntyre – trombone, Josh Rubin – bass clarinet, David Shively – percussion, [...]

V for Varoufakis

Categories: Crisi, Europa, Pop
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Published on: 6 July 2015

Curiosando qui e là ho trovato questo. Un po’ Genesis (nella seconda parte), ma adatto al momento. Potrebbero interessarti anche: € Banknotes Bombing

Dispacci dal fronte interno

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Published on: 16 June 2015

Dispacci dal fronte interno [Dispatches from the homefront] is a work by Andrea Valle for feedback system including ad libitum strings, printer and live electronics. Audio from strings, printers and environment is not only manipulated live, but some features are extracted and used to control not only the same sound [...]

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