The venerable Gapplegate Classical-Modern Music Review has a nice review of The Rationale for a Space Telescope. Collaborating with If, Bwana both virtually and live was one of the highlights of the year nearly gone by.
Tokafi, a fine international web journal of sound art, contemporary composition and improvisation, has just published some brief thoughts of mine on space and timbre as elements in improvisation. And I’m delighted to see that The Rationale for a Space Telescope, the If, Bwana release that includes my bass on a few tracks, has been … More words about music and a best-of
Unedited Super 8 films shown concurrently with a structured improvisation for double bass, cello, clarinet, objects, and iPad. Daniel Barbiero (double bass & iPad), Gary Rouzer (cello, clarinet, & objects), Chris H Lynn (filmmaker & objects). 11 December at 7:30 PM. 7500 Maple Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912, USA photo by Gary Rouzer
Classwar Karaoke Survey 0028 is now out, featuring an intriguing and eclectic collection of experimental sounds, including a preview of a gestural work for prepared double bass I recently composed and recorded. All music is released under Creative Commons license 3.0. CWK has been releasing experimental music and short films since 2008; this collection, like its … More classwar karaoke’s survey 0028