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Rehearsal ideas for 19 Sept 08

Page history last edited by PBworks 13 years, 8 months ago

 

Acoustic section

This sets up a change in feeling

Social proximity

Antiphonal pairs, argument, periodic and overlapping. Timed (duration to be negotiated)

Pairs + commenting outsider

Repetitive inner core with commenting outsiders

Distance

Ambient

Distance brought into the social

Antiphonal pair outside room, ambient group inside

 

Ouija acoustic section

Distance brought into the social

White noise and distant environmental sounds. (crows) As in post-bigbang

 

Distance

Put microphone outside building.

Put couple outside with mic + inst + radio

Social proximity

duetting improv with ouija

ouija response and call

 

Big Bang run through

 

 

 

[ Notes - bring the Bigbang performace score, check with Ciaran about radio mic for outside relay]

 

Ideas for rehearsal with Iris and Seth Ayyaz

 

Explore how the acoustic sounds work/fit together with

Ambient (various forms)

Duetting – antiphonal?; argument

Set parameters eg. technique /explore limits/parallel between instruments; timed (argument/bonding)

Outsider

Try forms of chorus + individual voices

Eyeconic, facial communication?

 

Suggest for performance we work towards a version of the Big Bang

 

Additional ideas from 5.9.08:

Proximity of events - ie closeness of social engagement - physical proximity as in dialogue moving outwards to physical distance made close by aural engagement (distant sounds in ambient impros)

Slow, physical ambient.

(Thomas, do you remember what was meant by these notes? - I'm damned if I do)

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