Item Details

Technosonics X [videorecording]: Laptop Ensemble

University of Virginia. McIntire Department of Music; University of Virginia. Virginia Center for Computer Music
Format
Video; DVD
Release Date
2009
Language
English
Notes
The Virginia Center for Computer Music and the Program in Composition and Computer Technologies at U.Va. present an evening of experimental music, sound art and multimedia. A celebration of 10 years of the TECHNOSONICS Festival, the theme of BUILDING finds articulation and resonance in works by a diverse group of national and international composers. From sound collage formed of radio broadcasts collected round the world, to self-organizing music for networked laptopistes, to no-holds-barred musical robotics, to the life in a year of Jefferson's Rotunda. A prismatic take on BUILDING ranges from architectural to ideological space, from human communities to invented technological agents. Featured composers include Iannis Xenakis, Stephen Vitiello, Krzysztof Wolek, EMMI, and Steven Kemper -- as well as composers-in-residence Judith Shatin, Matthew Burtner and Ted Coffey. Excerpts only, Kemper and Xenakis.
Local Notes
MUSIC: DVD only, no sound recording.
Credits
Recorded by D. Eklund Videography.
Published
2009.
Recording Info
Recorded Nov. 13, 2009 at Live Arts, Charlottesville, Va.
Description
1 videodisc (25 min.) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
DVD.
Technical Details
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