Agnes Hvizdalek at Mozg Club
25 minutes approx
14th Mózg Festival, 06.10.2018
`Why would three musicians squeeze through a manhole sized opening with their instruments to climb down a 14 foot ladder into a dark underground cistern .`
Duration 11` 37`` - plus advert, Speaker: Pauline Oliveros
"Translating Improvisation: Beyond Disciplines, Beyond Borders"
Brano: Sadness (di Ornette Coleman) Mary Halvorson, chitarra in solo dal nuovo album Meltframe. Registrato al teatro Fabbricone di Prato il 3/10/2015 SOMETHING ELSE !!! The art of the Improvisers, evento dedicato a Ornette Coleman. video by Franco Chiocca
Making Music with sound, Leigh Landy.
Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (22 Jun. 2012)
Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.3 x 22.9 cm
In first place the title sounds silly. But it is worth a second thought. This books frees from seeing music in the traditional application of instruments, tunes and chords. It is meant for young teachers and younger children to find a new access to the "music" of today. It does not only talk of noises, though it does not follow up, what music is or can be. Even as a modern composer I found clear definitions of elements in the digital production. So it is very valuable to lay some ground for our future : consuming and producing of music.
Online review; by Duncan Chapman, I think....(p morton)
Chapman, D. (2013). Landy Leigh, Making Music with Sounds. New York:
Routledge, 2012. ISBN 978-0-415-89846-1 and 978-0-415-80678-7 (hard
cover). /Organised Sound,/ /18/(2), 229-231. doi:10.1017/S1355771813000149
This book has been suggested by Phil Morton, Liverpool:Uk `This is a very helpful book, it starts with simplicity, and is very open. I recommend it.`
Composer and multi instrumentalist;
Output Festival 2007. Electric Guitar in Contemporary Music; The Soul of the Tone;
Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam,
September 28th, 2007;
More information - the festival:
More information - Fred Frith
One of music's most unique and interesting voices, and a star student of the legendary Anthony Braxton, guitarist Mary Halvorson discusses how she reconciled her work with standards and with free improvisation in her own music.
Learn more at http://academy.jalc.org
Mary Halvorson - Guitar Eric Suquet -
Director Bill Thomas -
Director of Photography Aaron Chandler -
Sound Engineer Rich Emery -
Production Assistant Seton Hawkins -
Producer Recorded March 6, 2014