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Historical & Contemporary Approaches to the Daxophone
国际木文化学会 | 131 view(s) | 2022/06/30

会议名称:“2022世界木材日”研讨会暨第四届国际林联(IUFRO)林产品文化研究组讨论会
会议时间:2022年3月22日

报告嘉宾:Daniel Fishkin
嘉宾简介:库伯联盟学院(The Cooper Union)乐器设计专业副教授,弗吉尼亚大学计算机音乐与作曲博士研究生


摘要:

For Historical & Contemporary Approaches to the Daxophone, The Daxophone Consort takes the audience on a tour of the daxophone. In this workshop, the audience will learn about the material properties of the instrument, such as those of wood and amplification, and be introduced various aspects of performance practice. The Consort also will demonstrate other music made with a daxophone by its notable practitioners in the instrument’s short history, such as its inventor Hans Reichel and its Japanese champion, Kazuhisa Uchihashi.
Daniel Fishkin, Cleek Schrey, and Ron Shalom comprise the U.S.’s only extant daxophone consort. The daxophone is a thin wooden strip played with a bow, which was created by the German improviser/inventor Hans Reichel in 1987. The instrument’s sound, somewhere between a cello and badger, ranges from furtive gurgles and delicate whistles to wild screams. The trio develops realizations of historical experimental music, commissions new work, and generates new pieces. Collaborators have included the viola da gamba consort Science Ficta, composer Alvin Lucier, and experimental vocalists Judith Berkson and Shelley Hirsch.


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