A look back at some items in our archives.
Steve Lacy (soprano saxophone), George Lewis (trombone), David Wessel (live electronics). Dedicated to Oliver Johnson.
Excerpt from improvised music concert, 2-27-09
Improvised music concert, July 27, 2003
Thomas Buckner, voice; David Wessel, live electronics.
CNMAT concert excerpt, full concert released on Deep Listening; DL 21-2002 CD.
String Trio with Electronics
night edge for singer, dancer, flute and prepared piano
written by Evelyn Ficarra with collaborating improvisers Heather Frasch (flute), Aurora Josephson (voice), Myra Melford (piano) and dancer Paige Sorvillo. Commissioned by Shie Shoji for her group Shonorities.
This piece takes its starting point from a poem in the Tanka form (31 syllables) by medieval Japanese poet, Izumi Shikibu.
The Arbitrariness of Language (duration ca 8’00)
Performed by Eva-Maria Zimmermann
Hysteria (2000) for trombone and electronics
music by Cindy Cox
text by John Campion
trombone performed by Abbie Conant
Performed by Nils Bultmann on a 5-string MIDI Zeta violin passing through an effects processor (Oberheim GM-1000); Stereo reduction mix (from four-channel).
An electronic piece for virtual glass harmonica and reciter modeled upon Beethoven's trifle.
A work for piano and electronics, written by Brian Kane for pianist Sebastian Berweck. The electronics are based on a recording of shovelling mud, and processed in two ways: 1) a special, homemade MAX/MSP patch; 2) in SuperCollider, running a set of classes that read MEAPSoft data--as if you cared!