[PD] repertory for amateurs

Max Neupert abonnements at revolwear.com
Mon Oct 22 21:05:54 CEST 2007


at a workshop frank and me gave we had a participant, who is a music  
teacher. he has some interesting java applets and pd patches on his  
site (in german)


Am 23.10.2007 um 02:06 schrieb Andy Farnell:

> Hans, feel free to pick apart or use/share anything you find
> on these pages for your teaching.
> http://www.obiwannabe.co.uk/html/music/musictuts.html
> http://www.obiwannabe.co.uk/html/compositions/compositions.html
> On Mon, 22 Oct 2007 17:20:58 +0100
> Hans Roels <hans.roels at versateladsl.be> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I am teaching electronic music to a group of teenagers (minimum age
>> 15 years)in a music school in Belgium and I mainly use PD for this.
>> We play improvisations and I write some pieces but i am also looking
>> for compositions that I can use.
>> So these are my two questions:
>> - Has anybody made some pieces with electronics that I could use? or
>> do you know pieces like this? I guess there are some composers in
>> this list. If there are parts for acoustic instruments, these can't
>> be too difficult (most of these teenagers have been playing an
>> instrument since they were 9 years old). No Ferneyhough pieces  
>> please :)
>> - If anyone would like to make a piece for any combination of
>> instruments and/or electronics (no more than 4 computer performers
>> simultaneously), please do so! Again: if you also want to involve an
>> acoustic instrument, take care that it is playable for an amateur.
>> Let me know if you are interested and I 'll give you some more  
>> details.
>> I would like to make a kind of PD repertory project but with
>> live-electronic pieces for amateurs and/or children. The only pieces
>> that I can use at the moment are pieces of Alvin Lucier, Somei Satoh,
>> Daniel Goode,...
>> hans r

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