Jan
27
1:30 PM13:30

Symposium on Animated Notation

Rannsóknarstofa í tónlist (RíT) við tónlistardeild Listaháskóla Íslands í samstarfi við Myrka Músíkdaga efnir til málstofu um virka nótnaskrift. Málstofan verður í Hörpu (Vísa) föstudaginn 27. janúar kl. 13:30.

Virk nótnaskrift (e. „animated“ eða „active notation“) er nýleg tegund af nótnaritun sem styðst við videó eða e.k. hreyfingu á skjá sem leiðbeiningu til flytjenda. Þessi nálgun á sér um 10 ára sögu á Íslandi og hefur verið könnuð á margvíslegan hátt. Málstofan lítur yfir þessa sögu og skoðar hana í alþjóðlegu samhengi ásamt því að velta upp framtíðarmöguleikum þessarar tegundar af nótnaskrift. Mismunandi aðferðir og nálganir verða kynntar út frá sjónarhornum tónskálda og flytjenda. Þátttakendur eru:

Bergrún Snæbjörnsdóttir, tónskáld
Guðmundur Steinn Gunnarsson, tónskáld
Jesper Pedersen, tónskáld
Tinna Þorsteinsdóttir, píanóleikari
Þráinn Hjálmarsson, tónskáld

Fundarstjóri: Einar Torfi Einarsson (LHÍ)

 

Symposium on Animated Notation

Centre for Research in Music (CRiM - Iceland Academy of the Arts) in collaboration with Dark Music Days organises a symposium on animated music notation. The symposium takes place on Friday January 27 at 13:30 in Harpa (Vísa).

Animated notation (or active notation) is a relatively recent form of music notation that employs video or any kind of motion on screen as a score. This field has been actively explored in Iceland for more than a decade. This symposium looks into this local history and aims to place it in a greater international context as well as speculate about its possible futures. Different approaches and methods will be discussed from a compositional and performative perspective through a panel of experts. Participants are:

Bergrún Snæbjörnsdóttir, composer

Guðmundur Steinn Gunnarsson, composer

Jesper Pedersen, composer

Tinna Þorsteinsdóttir, pianist

Þráinn Hjálmarsson, composer

 

http://www.lhi.is/vidburdur/malstofa-um-virka-notnaskrift

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Anime - Decibel
Sep
5
12:30 PM12:30

Anime - Decibel

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This is a concert dedicated to Animated Notation, an emerging form of music notation where graphic instructions are put into action through interactive computing, video and lighting. The concert will present all the scores to the audience throughout the concert and includes world premieres of pieces by composers pioneering the form, including Ryan Ross Smith (USA), Felicity Wilcox (NSW), Cat Hope (WA), Lindsay Vickery (WA), as well as Australian premieres of works by Bergrún Snæbjörnsdóttir (Iceland) and a young, emerging WA composer. The concert features a new piece by WA composer Jonathan Mustard, as part of Decibel’s ‘Difficult Commission’ project. In addition, a detailed sound design for the concert will be created by Johannes Mulder.

Produced by Tura New Music (Scale Variable) with support from the WA Dept Culture and the Arts, the New Music Network and the Difficult Commission.
 

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