Saturday, October 21, 2017



October 17, 2017
Banned Rehearsal 618 - Karen Eisenbrey, Keith Eisenbrey, Anna K, Isabel K, Aaron Keyt, Neal Kosály-Meyer [September 2001]

Another go at my 2001 piece Work Architecture Unity And The, with a pre or proto verbal lecture, a
language fountain in the months immediately prior to lexical formation, with illustrations. As the composer of the score I can't not hear this as a performance of the piece, but I do love how gently it fades from being that into not being that at all.

Pianofortesynth - Brad Anderson [from Dark Energy]

double double toil and trouble
cauldron signal
bubble and sizzle

Gradus 188 - Neal Kosály-Meyer [February 2011]

Number, count, three is big
but four notes five or six
come up (depending on how you parse)
how many ways there are to count (let me . . .
) to group ratio and number

but no rational durational rhythm
that is out the window a distraction
eleven there

proximity in time in adjacency in dynamic et al

order assertions
here, this note
ratios of approximate quantities

Chull - Kapoor & Sons [from Bollygood Volume 1]

patterns of fabrics, like a really great scarf

October 19, 2017

In Session at the Tintinabulary

October 16, 2017
Gradus 323 - Neal Kosály-Meyer

Theoretically, if not practically, it is possible to play each of all the combinations of keys on the keyboard. The quantity is finite, if hyper-dauntingly large. What can't be done is to play any one note in all possible ways. This is what allows Gradus to be an experiment in building an idea of composition, as a practice, from near scratch.

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