Having a focus on the Theremin on all platforms this week so I am reposting some old and new posts this weekend starting with this –
Rockmore was without peer as a performer in the early decades of the instrument’s use. While many listeners have heard the theremin played poorly or used mostly as a spooky special-effects device, Rockmore used it to perform classical works. Under her control, the theremin sounded like a blend of the cello, violin and human voice.
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1932 – Pauline Oliveros, American accordion player and composer (Deep Listening Band). Happy 83th! #30M #wiki
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Female composer Pauline Oliveros interested in meditation practices wrote Crow Two where performers communicate with audience via telepathy
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http://t.co/AdDPuWhSAo via @youtube I don’t need an excuse to play my favourite Pauline Oliveros video but today gives me an extra excuse
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Kate Carr ~ Songs from a Cold Place.
Here are a couple of “cold” reviews from A Closer Listen –
Here are a couple of my favourites
Here’s some Sunday reading as part of the Pioneers of Electronic music season:
female:pressure is an international network of over 1400 female artists from 65 countries in the wider fields of electronic music. This blog was inspired by Bjork’s Pitchfork article in January 2015 where she notes the lack of photographic documentation of women at work. Here we offer a visual catalogue of female producers, DJ’s, media artists and electronic music performers at work. These are not our press photos. This is a collective effort to demonstrate women and their use of technology in music and media production. Contributions welcome!
I couldn’t have said it better myself.
I have been doing these for a while but haven’t got around to posting any here yet, so better late than never.
Thank you for listening.
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