Scores S1 Workshop

SCORES (S1 workshop)

HOW
to read, write and perform graphic scores

Graphic scores provide new ways of communication between the performer and what has been instructed or the visual object, compared to traditional notation in music. In graphic scores we can use drawings, text, illustrations, photos, etc.

METER
TIME BASED
western notation
duration / process / situation
sequences
tape / phasing
HARMONY / MELODY
SOUND / NOISE
pitch
non-pitched
modes / scales
no tonality / textures / sound masses

John Cage – Notations
Fluxus Workbook
Pauline Oliveros – Inner-Outer Sound Matrix
Pauline Oliveros: Sonic Meditations (1974)

tags: futurism, The Art of Noises (Russolo, 1913), Manifesto of Futurism (Marinetti, 1909), noise instruments: Intonarumori (Russolo), urban/industrial landscape, John Cage, silence, time, duration, process, chance operations, zen buddhism, I Ching, 4′ 33”, Williams Mix, Imaginary Landscape No. 4, Radio Music, Roaratorio, Earl Brown, Pauline Oliveros, Cornelius Cardew, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Iannis Xenakis, Christian Wolff, Morton Feldman, Ligeti, Cathy Berberian, Joan La Barbara, Tom Phillips, Brian Eno, etc.


Time Piece – David Mahler



Lasse Thoresen – Spectromorphological Analysis of Sound Objects


Ulrich Krieger – In the Shadow of the End

Stephanie Cheng Smith – Motor Arrays


Maika Garnica: Sketch of score, performance Kraak festival 2019


Jennifer Walshe: THIS IS WHY PEOPLE O.D. ON PILLS /AND JUMP FROM THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE (2004)


Fred Frith: Bricks for six

http://astrinphosphora.anneysermans.be/blog/44

Ann Eysermans – score

whistle performance documentation

notationstaff01.docx
notationstaff_landscape01.docx