Music 80C Week 8 Homework Notes
Music 80C Week 8 Homework Notes MUSC 80C - 01
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Music 80C Week 8 Homework Notes Score Excerpts for 25 Nigh tmares for jessie by Natacha Diels In the written score there is notation for what each musical performer should do with their body particularly their head and arms while playing Art amp the Uncanny Tapping the Potential by Natacha Diels H H Exploration of the Uncanny the unlikely merging of certain artistic practices that elicit feelings of discomfort and uncertainty in the viewquot 75 The same impression does not necessarily exert an uncanny effect on everybody Moreover the same perception on the part of the same individual does not necessarily develop into uncanny every time or at least not every time in the same wayquot 75 Symptoms of one who has experienced an uncanny situation include disorientation feelings of psychosis or insanity and mistrust of previously held beliefsquot 75 The goal of the uncanny is to challenge the viewer s sense of realityquot 76 Her 2010 piece Nystagmus features two performers sets of eyes projected above them and intricate choreography for the eyes coupled with hums and electronic soundsquot 76 Her 2011 monodrama Uncanny Valley focused on two primary characters Francine a little robot girl whose part was performed live and the prerecorded narrator Diel used digital audio processing techniques to confuse the gender location and actual robotic trait s of the narrator s voicequot 76 Her current work attempts to choreograph and heighten the peculiar movements of classical instrumental technique particularly in relation to a specific performer s movements 76 The Prospects of Recording by Glen Gould Glen Gould 19321982 was among the leading classical pianists of the 20th Centuryquot 115 His recording of Bach s Goldberg Variations became an international bestsellerquot 115 He predicted that the public concert as we know it today would no longer exist in a century hence that its functions would have been taken over by electronic media But never has a statement of his been so widely quoted or so hotly disputedquot 115 Of all the techniques peculiar to the studio recording none have been the subject of such controversy as the tape splicequot 117 The paper then goes on to discuss the effects of the tape splicing and other electronic editing techniques and the evolution of the listener consumer participantquot and the product of mixing live and electronic music 117 Plunderphonic CD Notes by john Oswald Spells out every song on the track and credit to those from whom material was used for the mixing of this music Almost all songs were mixed from popular music throughout the 20th Century you have everyone from Dolly Parton the Beatles Michael Jackson Elvis etc Recipes for Plunderphonics An Interview on john Oswald by Norma Igma Plunderphonics is a compact audio disc of 24 revisions of well known music It s about 43 minutes of materialquot 4 The timbre of the recording is the triggerquot to listeners recognizing the material included 4 Oswald worked on this project for at least 15 yearsquot 7 He never sold the CD the CD was not for sale it was distributed exclusively to radio stations libraries and magazinesquot 7 Anyone can share this material with anyone else as long as they don t directly take a financial profit for its sharingquot 8 Taking Sampling 50 Times Beyond the Expected Part2 of the Interview on john Oswald by Norma Igma Why the Plunderphonics CD is no longer available a socalled reporter for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was manipulating information to fit his thesis that Plunderphonics is an opportunistic shamquot 16 The news reporter claimed that Oswald s socalled macroquotes looked more like copyright violations an example of uh theft quot 16 Oswald feels that he was being targeted because the CD was not a part of the capitalist market no one was profiting off his creations and it was considered unfair competitionquot to CDs that were being sold for profit 17 Listenings 25 Nightmare for jessie by Natacha Diels http natachadielscomnightmareforjessiehtml Wee Robot by Natacha Diels http natachadielscomweerobothtml Pretender by john Oswald from Plunderphonics httpswwwyoutubecomwatchvsiITwIQ38TE DAB by john Oswald from Plunderphonics httpswwwyoutubecomwatchv 8xIWLGFOAg Prelude by john Oswald from Plunderphonics Available on eCommons