vendredi 31 août 2012

CLASSWAR KARAOKE 0019 SURVEY

 

Classwar Karaoke 0019 survey
Published by Classwar Karaoke
August, 31th, 2012

116 contributors, 95 pieces of music, 31 short-films. We humbly dedicate this survey to the memory of the late great Lol Coxhill, who died on 9th July 2012



1-PARAL-LEL : Anthony Donovan, Anton Mobin, Kris Limbach /
Composed by Hopek Quirin. A double-deaf trial called PARAL-LEL: several artists/musicians were invited to contribute one or more tracks of about three minutes which are randomly combined – this is the first result of the experiment... editing (minimal) and mix: Hopek Quirin and Kris Limbach.


07_Elements: Composed by Anthony Donovan
In spring 2012, I began inviting players whose work I like to contribute improvised parts towards a long-term project with the working-title of 'Elements'. The intention was that each player contributes in isolation, without any knowledge about the other players taking part. After gathering a workable pool of these parts, I then began composing with these elements - processing, editing and such like - along with adding my own work. This is the fourth of these pieces, comprised of myself and six other players: 07_Elements. Improvisers: Adrian Beentjes: electronics / Matthias Boss: electric violin / Paulo Chagas: bamboo flute / Anthony Donovan: zither, electronics / Anton Mobin: voice / Sonia Paco-Rocchia: bassoon / Hopek Quirin: voice / Composer and words: Anthony Donovan. (Anthony Donovan, August 2012)


07_Elements: Composed by Anthony Donovan
In spring 2012, I began inviting players whose work I like to contribute improvised parts towards a long-term project with the working-title of 'Elements'. The intention was that each player contributes in isolation, without any knowledge about the other players taking part. After gathering a workable pool of these parts, I then began composing with these elements - processing, editing and such like - along with adding my own work. This is the fifth of these pieces, comprised of myself and six other players: 07_Elements. Improvisers: Adrian Beentjes: electronics / Paulo Chagas: bamboo flute, oboe / Anthony Donovan: acoustic guitar, electric contrabass, electronics, percussion / Michael Durek: theremin / Anton Mobin: chambre / Sonia Paco-Rocchia: bassoon / Hopek Quirin: electronics / Composer: Anthony Donovan. (Anthony Donovan, August 2012)


08_Elements: Composed by Anthony Donovan
In spring 2012, I began inviting players whose work I like to contribute improvised parts towards a long-term project with the working-title of 'Elements'. The intention was that each player contributes in isolation, without any knowledge about the other players taking part. After gathering a workable pool of these parts, I then began composing with these elements - processing, editing and such like - along with adding my own work. This is the sixth of these pieces, comprised of myself and seven other players: 08_Elements. Improvisers: Adrian Beentjes: electronics / Rebecca Bogue: voice  / David Cunliffe: electronics / Anthony Donovan: acoustic guitar, electric contrabass, electronics, percussion / Jeff Gburek: electric guitar / Anton Mobin: tape / Hopek Quirin: electronics / Bryan Lewis Saunders: voice / Composer and words: Anthony Donovan. (Anthony Donovan, August 2012)

PAS and Anton Mobin 'What's Behind Time'

PAS and Anton Mobin: PAS presents: What's Behind Time : Experience 3 of 6: "Form From Light Waves" Audio: Anton Mobin / For Classwar Karaoke - Robert L. Pepper (PAS) / Additional wandering sample....PAS /

A series of 6 audio/visual experiences. The video was processed first and then the audio was added later by different artists. The video was left open to their own interpretations in the form of sound. Each video is presented separately on different links. But the presentations work as a series from beginning to end of 6 experiences exploring the below text. "It's hard to explain with words. Some explanations should be left to experience. The meanings of life are not verbal, they are felt. To express deep meaning I must communicate with visuals and sound without language. I must make a film. Colours and audio vibration, to entrap the viewer in mood, in feeling. The viewer exits after experiencing the screen with understanding and not with words. If words are used they are abstractly used for their vibrations of sound adding to the experience of art, of presentation. I leave to you "me," in vision and in sound. I leave to you a memoir of my life, in vision and in sound. I leave to you a film of my soul. Alan Watts once mentioned that people once experienced things and then made words to describe them, now they make words before experiencing them. Let's avoid words, let's have pure experience of sound and vision."

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