Componisten: Gina Mattiello | Jacob van Eyck | John Milton | Joshua Fried | Matt Bua | Pia Palme | Scanner | Todd Merrell | Tom Roe
#239. Onafhankelijke geluidskunst, radiofonische projecten en andere audio-non-visuele misverstanden en vondsten. Presenteerddtd deel 25 & 26. (2 Radia Soundpieces)
Show 183: fantasia en echo | they also serve who only stand and wait by Gina Mattiello & Pia Palme.
“fantasia en echo | they also serve who only stand and wait” contributed by Gina Mattiello und Pia Palme based on a performance at ViennArt, 11-12 Oct, MUSEUM AUF ABRUF (MUSA) /Pia Palme – Feedbacktubes, electronics, Yoshie Maruoka – Performance, Gina Mattiello – Voice.
“fantasia en echo | they also serve who only stand and wait”
Homage to Jacob van Eyck (ca. 1589 – 1657)
Jacob van Eyck was a remarkable composer of the florishing early baroque period in the Netherlands: born blind, of noble family, educated in music, he turned into a renowned organist, recorder-player, composer and carilloneur. He was famous for his ability to tune bells and carillons. Pia Palme, composing and playing modern recorders, uses contemporary means for her homage to her famous predecessor. A subbass-recorder without its headpiece is used to create sound by means of finely balanced inner microfones and feedback-techniques; sounds which remind of bells, including very deep basses. For the composition Palme plays and processes themes from Eyck’s recorder-pieces by means of electronics.
Texts by John Milton ((1608 – 1674), who turned blind in the course of his life, add another dimension. The title is a quotation from Milton’s poem: “On his Blindness”, describing the author’s willingness to just stand and wait instead of acting. Palme has studied music and mathematics in Vienna and improvisation at the Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. As a composer/interpreter she combines subbassrecorders (newly developed by the Swiss manufacturer Kueng) and electronics in a unique way, performing solo as well as in various ensembles, such as the trio “Subitized”.
Show 184: Radio Action III.
This 28-minute program for the Radia network profiles free103point9’s recent “Radio Action III” project. “Radio Action III” is a special program for Radio Web MACBA and a free103point9 Audio Dispatch CD. RWM is a radio-phonic project on the MACBA (Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona) website that explores the possibilities of the internet and radio as spaces of synthesis and exhibition. Radio Action III features five-minute sounds works conceptually tied to ‘Radio’ as instrument or theme, composed by free103point9 Transmission Artists working in collaborative teams.
This program features tracks from The Dust Dive and Latitude/Longitude; Tom Roe and Scanner; Joshua Fried and Todd Merrell; neuroTransmitter; and 31 Down and Matt Bua.
Radia is hosted by rotating members of Radia Network including free103point9 (NYC) and Radio Campus, Radio Grenouille, Kanal 103, Lemurie TAZ, Orange 94.0, Resonance FM, Tilos Radio, Radio Zero, Radio Panik, bootlab, InterSpace, and Orf Kunstradio. Airs Thursdays on free103point9 Online Radio, 2-2:30 p.m. (ET, -4 GMT).