Posts Tagged: composition

Giovanni Lami ~ मेम वेर्म [mema verma]

Utilizing unintentional and incidental sounds produced with a shruti box, the latest solo work from Giovanni Lami is conceptually coherent and carefully arranged.   In the past, we’ve covered his work as half of Terrapin (with Shaun McAlpine) and Lemures (with

Giovanni Lami ~ मेम वेर्म [mema verma]

Utilizing unintentional and incidental sounds produced with a shruti box, the latest solo work from Giovanni Lami is conceptually coherent and carefully arranged.   In the past, we’ve covered his work as half of Terrapin (with Shaun McAlpine) and Lemures (with

Interview: Rhys Chatham

Come summer Montreal becomes a parade of constant festivals.  Suoni per il Popolo (Sounds for the People) remains my favorite festival because it’s really an anti-festival; it’s a well-curated concert series that rewards attention and reflection.  The way that the

Interview: Rhys Chatham

Come summer Montreal becomes a parade of constant festivals.  Suoni per il Popolo (Sounds for the People) remains my favorite festival because it’s really an anti-festival; it’s a well-curated concert series that rewards attention and reflection.  The way that the

Sound Propositions 04: Steve Roden (part II)

 it seems a necessity, as active listeners, to become sensitive to these things in the world around us that the german poet rilke called “inconsiderable things” (the things from everyday life that most people don’t really pay sensitive attention to).

Sound Propositions 04: Steve Roden (part II)

 it seems a necessity, as active listeners, to become sensitive to these things in the world around us that the german poet rilke called “inconsiderable things” (the things from everyday life that most people don’t really pay sensitive attention to).