CNMAT Flashback

A look back at some items in our archives.

Event

The ZODIAC TRIO

Mon, February 13, 2012, 8:00pm
Monday, February 13, 2012 - 20:00
General Price
$10.00
Student Price
$5.00

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La mar amarga I

Posted by Amadeus Regucera on July 21, 2009

la mar amarga (2007) for piano trio
music by Cindy Cox
Graeme Jennings, violin, Leighton Fong, cello, and Christopher Jones, piano

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La mar amarga II-III

Posted by Amadeus Regucera on July 21, 2009

la mar amarga (2007) for piano trio
music by Cindy Cox
Graeme Jennings, violin, Leighton Fong, cello, and Christopher Jones, piano

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Playing a round II: Machinations

Posted by Amadeus Regucera on July 21, 2009

From keynote+'s UC Berkeley Noon Concert, recorded Spring 2008 at Hertz Hall (Robert Shumaker, sound engineer)
keynote+ is Jane Chapman (harpsichord) & Kate Ryder (prepared piano)

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Playing a round III: Frame Switch

Posted by Amadeus Regucera on July 21, 2009

From keynote+’s UC Berkeley Noon Concert, recorded Spring 2008 at Hertz Hall (Robert Shumaker, sound engineer)
keynote+ is Jane Chapman (harpsichord) & Kate Ryder (prepared piano)

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Playing a round IV: A note to follow sol

Posted by Amadeus Regucera on July 21, 2009

From keynote+’s UC Berkeley Noon Concert, recorded Spring 2008 at Hertz Hall (Robert Shumaker, sound engineer)
keynote+ is Jane Chapman (harpsichord) & Kate Ryder (prepared piano)

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Playing a round V: Coming back

Posted by Amadeus Regucera on July 21, 2009

From keynote+’s UC Berkeley Noon Concert, recorded Spring 2008 at Hertz Hall (Robert Shumaker, sound engineer)
keynote+ is Jane Chapman (harpsichord) & Kate Ryder (prepared piano)

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Temper

Posted by Aaron Einbond on March 13, 2008

for bass clarinet and live electronics,
production CNMAT / CIRM

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i was 5, v was 14

Posted by Michael Zbyszynski on October 24, 2007

for eight-channel digital recording; written to accompany choreography by Ondrea Ackermann

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Melodrama, nach Beethoven

Posted by Edmund Campion on September 30, 2008

An electronic work based on Beethoven's Melodram for Glass Harmonica and Reciter. The piece uses a wide variety of electronic music techniques to create an unusual musical narrative. The piece was realized by Brian Kane while a graduate student in composition at Berkeley, using MAX/MSP, Audio Sculpt, Open Music and ProTools

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Edmund Campion, Ellipsis

Posted by David Coll on June 2, 2009

Full mp3 -
ELLIPSISII.mp3
Recorded at CNMAT in 2000-01
Edmund Campion, piano
members of the University Chorus at UC Berkeley, vocals
Released on CD, P.S.1 Volume: Bed of Sound

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