domenica , 23 Febbraio 2020

Electronic

Daphne Oram (1925 – 2003)

La misconosciuta levatrice della rivoluzione della musica elettronica. Avevo 18 anni […] e pensarono che fossi abbastanza stupida, una sciocca ragazza adolescente che faceva domande stupide, ma ero molto determinata a investigare [quel principio], anche se non disponevo di un oscilloscopio. Daphne Oram mi si palesò sotto forma di una signora inglese vestita secondo la moda dei primi anni ’60, …

Read More »

Rubber Johnny by Chris Cunningham & Aphex Twin

Rubber Johnny by Chris Cunningham & Aphex Twin (1080p HD) Info from Wikipedia: The concept for Rubber Johnny came from Cunningham’s imagining a raver morphing as he danced. The idea evolved to the present film, in which Johnny (played by Cunningham) is an isolated deformed (possibly hydrocephalic) teenager kept on a wheelchair and locked in a dark basement with his …

Read More »

Aphex Twin – Window Licker

I edited this video to get straight to the music, cutting out the beginning part of talking and setting up a story. Many people will recognize the end of this song was used in the movie “Grandmas’ Boy” I do not own the rights to this song. No copyright infringement intended. Rights belong to Label: [Merlin] Warp Records Link to …

Read More »

Halim El-Dabh – Wire Recorder Piece

This is possibly the earliest piece of electronic music ever composed, or more specifically, the first piece of electronic tape music, also known as “musique concrete” or “electroacoustic” music. Halim El-Dabh, then a student at Cairo, Egypt, produced this music piece using samples taken from an ancient Egyptian “Zar” ceremony. He edited, manipulated and arranged these sounds to create the …

Read More »

Günter Maas – Audio-Visual Painting

German subtitles provided. Use yt translation tool for your target language, please. by MonoThyratron GERMAN [English further below] Der deutsche Maler und Bildhauer Günter Maas (* 1923 in Jünkerath/Eifel † 22. März 2010 Köln-Müngersdorf) gilt als Pionier der von ihm benannten “audio-visuellen Malerei”. In den 1960er Jahren erprobte der Synästhet auf Anraten des Komponisten Karlheinz Stockhausen zum ersten Mal die Umsetzung …

Read More »

Elektronisches Monochord

Das elektronische Monochord von Dr. Friedrich Trautwein stand nach seiner (nicht ganz vollendeten) Herstellung im Jahre 1954 im “Studio für elektronische Musik” des NWDR in Köln. Seiner intendierten Nutzung wurde es allerdings nicht zugeführt. Sei es, dass dieses trautonium-gleiche Musikinstrument einen zu großen Übungsaufwand erforderte oder einfach nur nicht den Erfordernissen der aufkeimenden deutschen Elektronikmusik entsprach (Stockhausen bevorzugte in jener …

Read More »

Arsène Souffriau – Imaginaires Irisées

by lutheranheresy Belgian experimental electronic composer, born 26th February 1926 in Ixelles. Arsène Souffriau gets a classical musical education at the Royal Music Conservatory in Brussels. Between 1939 and 1943 he studies harmony, musical history and clarinet and from 1942 to 1948 composition, counterpoint, fugue, orchestration and music theory. In 1950 he founds the Chamber Orchestra of Brabant and conducts several …

Read More »

Maurizio Chiantone | Enrico Pofi. Sound Art Zone

Un punto di riflessione sui possibili scenari di un [questo] luogo virtuale. Il suono che dialoga con le arti e la creatività e diventa disciplina. La sua stessa natura lo rende un veicolo perfetto nell’interconnessione con i più diversi linguaggi. Come molti generi di arte contemporanea, l’arte del suono è di natura interdisciplinare, o assume forme ibride. La Sound Art può …

Read More »
Idioms »
Copy Protected by Chetan's WP-Copyprotect.