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Tällberg Forum 2013

Artwork
Authors Palle Dahlstedt
Published in Tällberg forum 2013
Publication year 2013
Published at Department of Applied Information Technology (GU)
Academy of Music and Drama
Language en
Links hdl.handle.net/2077/35012
Keywords Sonification, Generative music, Interactive music, Electronic music, Live electronics, Choir, Systemic improvisation, Improvisation, Systemic improvisation, Autonomous improvisers, Computer-mediated interaction models
Subject categories Music

Abstract

A major presentation of Dahlstedt's music and research, as a lecture-recital, a part of the major concert of Tällberg Forum 2013. The performance consisted of the works Circle Keys, Foldings performed by Palle Dahlstedt) and Choir-Quarrel (with Voces Nordicae), and in a related workshop at the same conference, Particle Systems Prototype. Particle System Prototype: preparatory work for a larger installation, presented during the TW@CERN workshop at Tällberg Forum 2013. The idea behind the musical work is to develop a virtual particle system, inspired and influenced by elementary particle physics, to understand and communicate some properties of such a system in a form perceivable by the listeners. Choir-Quarrel: An interactive live electronics piece for 8 singers and 8 speakers, where each singer has a dialogue, or quarrel, with a speaker. The machine analyzes the sung phrase, and sings back through the speaker. Circle Keys: An interactive piece for keyboard performer and live electronics, emulating four virtual musicians controlled by the playing of the human performer – who at the same time interacts musically with them.

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