Two Environmental Sound Situations in Huddersfield Friday Evening

 

 

This Friday:

Two Environmental Sound Situations

 

Jorge Boehringer

 

April 20, 2017, 16:00 – 21:20, free admission

 

you are invited to come and listen any placetime within the coordinates given below:

 

 

Situation 1: Fans of Beethoven

 

 in St Pauls Hall (16:00-20:00)

here is a handy map: http://www.huddersfield-music-society.org.uk/st-pauls-hall.html

 

and

 

Situation 2: Island in Natural Colors, 1898 

 

in the SPIRAL

Spatialisation and Interactive Research lab (17:00 – 21:20)

located on the second floor of the Creative Arts Building (CAB)

just down the hall from Phipps Concert Hall

at the

University of Huddersfield

 

 

Situation 1: Fans of Beethoven

 

 in St Pauls Hall (16:00-20:00)

 

Inspired by popular discussions as to which of its four movements is best, Fans of Beethoven repurposes recordings of several recent performances of Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony found on a popular video hosting website to reveal the oft overlooked harmony of pure air in motion (in Teplice).

 

and

 

Situation 2: Island in Natural Colors, 1898 

 

in the SPIRAL

(17:00 – 21:20)

Island in Natural Colors, 1898 is a four hour and twenty minute 24-speaker piece.  Flocks of swarming synthetic sounds and fields of zero-scale chromatic diamonds are situated within contradictory and evolving sound spaces accompanied by bucolic selections from the 1898 edition of the journal Birds and All Nature in Natural Colors and The Ecological Encyclopedia of Animals Movements.  These are at times cross-pollinated with real and imagined sources of environmental sounds, to include mathematics.

 

 

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