[PD] Pd performance at TED

Pierre Massat pimassat at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 13:07:13 CEST 2011

Totally agree with you.

A nice illustration of the importance of the context : One of the students
in my school is from Kinshasa. He was in my office one day and i asked him
if he knew Konono N°1. He said yes, i know them, they play a very
traditional kind of music, they are invited to play at funerals. A few weeks
later i told him that Konono was playing in Paris the next week-end. He
looked surprized. He said there are dozens of other bands who play this kind
of music in Congo.

The context always matters. We rarely invent anything at all.


2011/6/23 Olivier Baudu <lamouraupeuple at gmail.com>

> >The fact that he created it on a sequencer in 97 and not on a drumkit in
> 1963 doesn't make any difference to me.
> Ok, but could "beatjazz" be played in an other way than Onyx did ?
> If "beatjazz" can't be triggered pre-record patterns, it's pity (for me)
> that the audience think it is...
> By the way, if Flim had been created in 63 it would make a big difference
> for me...
> The context of a creation matters, don't you think ?
> Cheers...
> 01ivier
> --
> Envie de tisser ?
> http://yamatierea.org/papatchs/
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