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ACOUSMATIC TRANSCENDENCE II


PROGRAMM:

Day 1 start 19:30h
Part 1
Thomas Gorbach: Introduction about the current configuration of the Acousmonium &
How to play the Acousmonium: Playing crossfades
Aki Pasoulas:
 seawater (2010, 1'00''), Interpretation Thomas Gorbach
Adam Stansbie: Foundry Flux (2015, 11'57''), Interpretation T. Gorbach
Augusto Meijer: Utopia, (7'59''), Interpretation T. Gorbach
Gilles Fresnais: Les chants de la terre (2014, 12'08''), Interpretation Matthias Alexander Makowsky
Patrick K.-H.: dead score (2015, 20'), Interpretation Patrick K.-H.

Part 2
PLAYING SPEAKERS
Thomas Lehn realtime with EMS Synthi 'A': SCATTER (2015, 30')
SYMPHONIE
Dieter Kaufmann: Meine-Welt-Musik. 2. Symphonie, (34'40'')

Day 2 start 19:30h
Part 1
Thomas Gorbach: Introduction about the current configuration of the Acousmonium &
How to play the Acousmonium: Playing waves


A COMPOSERS PORTRAIT with Elizabeth Anderson

Protopia/Tesseract (octophonic 13'49'')
Mimoyecques (stereo, 14')
Solar Winds...and Beyond (octophonic 17'45'')
Elizabeth Anderson playing the Acousmonium
Part 2
Thomas Gorbach: Four Variations with ribbed sounds (2014, 8'32'') Interpretation Marco Schretter
Wen Bihe: vague Image (2012, 8'05'') Interpretation T. Gorbach
Manuella Blackburn: TimeWillTell (2013, 8'27'') Interpretation T. Gorbach
Thomas Gorbach: Viola Sylvestris (2015, 14'00'') Interpretation T. Gorbach
Bernard Parmegiani: Capture Éphémère (1967, 11'57'') Interpretation T. Gorbach

Day 3 start 19:30h
Part 1
Thomas Gorbach: Introduction about the current configuration of the Acousmonium &
How to play the Acousmonium: Scintillated Playing
Burkhard Stangl: 
MISCS (2015, 30') fixed media, Interpretation: B. Stangl
Volkmar Klien: Zur Aufrechterhaltung der Ordnung der Dinge - eine Idylle in Supersurround 
8 Kanal Zuspielung, Dauer: 16’50'', Interpretation: Volkmar Klien
Nicos Stavropoulos: Ballistichory (2015, 7:19), Interpretation: T. Gorbach 

 

Part 2
A COMPOSERS PORTRAIT with Hans Tutschku

agitated slowness (2010, 24-Kanal, 33'00'')
Issho ni (2014, 16-Kanal, 31'00'')
Hans Tutschku playing the Acousmonium 

 


 

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Carving the Sound Space 2015 - Dokumentation