National Poetry Day gives me an excuse to repost a couple of playlists and a favourite of mine by electronic music pioneer Ruth White : )
Words translated from Charles Baudelaire, “Brumes et pluies” (Mists and Rains) Cover artwork by Henri Matisse.
‘late autumns, winters, springtimes steeped in mud,
o drowsy seasons i love and i praise you…’
Curious to hear what Teresa Rampazzi’s (1914-2001) voice sounded like? This is a unique opportunity. This audio track I’ve uploaded on SoundCloud is part of a radio programme aired in 1985 “Le nuove frontiere della musica” (New frontiers of music; director: Tonino Delfino). Rampazzi and Delfino are discussing her piece “Taras su tre dimensioni”. The […]
via Teresa Rampazzi’s voice and her unique piece “Taras” — laura zattra
Here are a few links that you may be interested in courtesy of Laura Zattra –
music – sound – musicology
Teresa Rampazzi Website
Teresa Rampazzi Facebook Page
Short stories of electronic music #2 | A music perfectly edible: photography by Teresa Rampazzi by by Johann Merrich
Electro-acoustic music is an acquired taste, falling under the same banner as musique concrète and the lesser-used acousmatics. For 20 years, Montreal’s empreintes DIGITALis has been releasing a steady stream of this intricate, fascinating music, bringing award-winning compositions to the attention of larger audiences. But when we write larger, we still don’t mean large. There’s little of the […]
via Sophie Delafontaine ~ Accord ouvert — a closer listen
In order to appreciate electro-acoustics, one must lay aside all preconceptions…
and just immerse yourself in the sound : )
There is always just so much posted on IWD and increasingly I feel overwhelmed by all the sheer amount of articles and playlists. However, here’s one that covers mostly Classical artists, some who use electronic processes but also covering several platforms such as Vimeo, Bandcamp and SoundCloud, all in one post. Concentrating on Australian composers – Really worth checking out.
Website – Making Waves – Discover New Australian Music
The theme for International Women’s Day in 2019 is #BalanceforBetter. Happy International Women’s Day! The team would like to acknowledge that lists such as these invariably exclude more composers than they promote. However, we embrace the opportunity to reflect on the striking music featured by female-identifying composer in Making Waves playlists and the Making Conversation […]
via International Women’s Day 2019 — MAKING WAVES
“Bribri Meditation” Deconstructred – Susan Campos Fonseca
Music and poetry by Marvin Camacho Villegas
“Meditación Bribrí” (1985-86) by solo contrabass
José Saavedra, contrabass, piano, voice
Ronald Bustamante & Carla Alfaro, electronics
Susan Campos-Fonseca, producer & music director
Sounddesign by Ronald Bustamante
Special colaboration with:
“IV Encuentro sobre estudios sonoros y creación experimental” (November 2017), Escuela de Artes Musicales, Universidad de Costa Rica.
Bernal Chaves -Laboratorio de Experimentación Sonora
Art cover: “Sibö” by Adrián Arguedas (Picture by Susan Campos at Marvin Camacho`s home in Turrialba)
Live performance –
Eclectic Electronic Soundscapes –
It’s 2019 and I’m taking stock this year – To make sure that I’m giving space for as many artists as possible and to try and listen to new one’s, Feminatronic will be focussing on Artists alphabetically throughout the year on all platforms.
Here I’ve updated the letter B(pt1)…
As with all the playlists, they are jumping off points to discoveries. Just let some of the tracks play onto the next….follow up on “sounds like”….see who’s following, many artists follow other artists….
Artists are BLEIE, Bella, Blankets,Natasha Barrett, Beast Nest,Natalie TBA Beridze, Loise Bulot,Sandra Lanuza Badarji,Anna Bo, Tullia Benedicta, brthln glnds, Georgina Brett, Bad@Maths, BEAM, Dendera Bloodbath, Louis and Bebe Barron, Sarah Boothroyd,Bohemian Cristal Instrument, Myriam Bleau, beepblip, Zoe Blade, Ka Baird, Cecile Babiole, Sophie Birch, Rose Bolton, blechdom,BAASSIK,Rachel Boyd, Lea Bertucci and BLACK QUANTUM FUTURISM.