Filed under book | Tags: · composing, composition, graphic score, music, notation, text
Featuring the works of seven composers, John Cage, Robert Ashley, Yoko Ono, Laurie Anderson, Charles Amirkhanian, Michael Peppe, and K. Atchley, who employ text as an integral part of their compositions, The Guests Go in to Supper is a collection of scores, texts, and interviews with the composers on their ideas on music, daily life, and the future’s possibilities.
Edited and designed by Melody Sumner, Kathleen Burch, and Michael Sumner
Foreword by Frances Butler
Introductions by Charles Shere
Publisher Burning Books, Oakland & San Francisco, 1986
ISBN 0936050055, 9780936050058
Reviews: Mitchel Gass (Leonardo, 1988), (), (), ().Comment (0)
Filed under online resource | Tags: · avant-garde, dada, graphic score, ireland, music, noise, occultism, surrealism, tape
A repository and archive for historical documents, recordings, materials and ephemera relating to avant-garde artistic projects in Ireland since the 19th century.
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Filed under booklet | Tags: · composition, graphic score, music
The booklet contains the series of 17 graphic scores that Llorenç Barber created in Yokohama (Japan) in 2005. The series brings together the visual exercises and/or pastimes that the composer compiled in a small notebook as he worked on Pocket Naumaquia, the closing concert of the International Triennale of Contemporary Art (ITCA) in December 2005. For this publication Barber has used these graphic notations as inspiration to write 17 texts that, like a game, readers can link to any score they wish.
Llorenç Barber’s work is also reflected in the monograph on his artistic career in episode two of the AVANT series and a major selection of his graphic scores was displayed as part the exhibition Possibility of Action: the Life of the Score in 2008.
Publisher Ràdio Web MACBA, Barcelona, 2009
Quadern d’àudio series, Vol. 2
via Continuo Docs