#106. A programme with independent sound art, radiophonic projects and other audio non-visual misunderstandings and findings. With: ‘A Treatise Remix’. A musical essay by Christopher Williams on Cornelius Cardew’s seminal graphic score Treatise (1963-67).
– A Treatise Remix by Christopher Williams – More Better Something by Prysknaller (with Goh Lee Kwang and Mike Majkovski) jingles by Dr Klang with kind help from himself. more info; A Treatise Remix I am delighted to announce the radiophonic birth of A Treatise Remix, a musical essay on Cornelius Cardew’s seminal graphic score Treatise (1963-67). A Treatise Remix is a musical essay by Christopher Williams on Cornelius Cardew’s seminal graphic score Treatise (1963-67). Historical recordings of the piece, an original ensemble realization of the piece, and texts about the piece are layered in a lasagna that is at once an interpretation, a critical commentary, and an experience all its own. Commissioned by Deutschlandradio Kultur’s Duration: 46:24. Premiere date: 14 August 2015. With: Christian Kesten (voice, objects, translations), Andrea Neumann (inside piano), Robyn Schulkowsky (voice, percussion), Christopher Williams (voice, contrabass). Mixed by Hermann Leppich. Edited at Worm/Klangendum studio in Rotterdam. With contributions from: – Cornelius Cardew and members of the Buffalo Center of the Creative and Performing Arts, 1966; Cornelius Cardew, John White, John Tilbury, Keith Rowe, David Bedford, and Peter Greenham, 1966 – QuaX Ensemble, 1967 – Ellsworth Snyder, 1976 – John Tilbury and Eddie Prevost, 1984 and 1996 – Performers at the Cornelius Cardew Memorial Concert, 1985 – 2:13 Ensemble, 1997 – Fred Lonberg-Holm, Guillermo Gregorio, Art Lange, Jim O’Rourke, Jim Baker, and Carrie Biolo, 1999 – Sonic Youth and William Winant, 1999 – FORMANEX, 2001 – Shawn Feeney, 2001 – James Ede, 2011 – Nicolas Horvath, 2012 – Helen Davey, 2012 – Ken Ya Kawaguchi and Gian Luigi Diana, 2012 – Tempo Reale Electroacoustic Ensemble, 2012 – Mat Hannafin, 2013 – WhoThroughThen, 2013 – Léo Rathier and Méryl Marchetti, 2014 – Jane Alden and Vocal Constructivists, 2014