Musique électroacoustique latino-américaine

Claudio Calmens (Argentine)

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Claudio Calmens (born in Bahía Blanca, 1962) have been composing and performing experimental music, including works with electroacoustic media.

Some of his works are: "Sol Freud", from 1996, a literary-musical work stemming from compositional principles of pataphysique; "Gotas y Metal", an aleatoric sound piece consisting in metal objects (vessels) drummed on by drops of water on the live stage, from 1997; "El Zapallo Que Se Hizo Cosmos" ("The Pumpkin That Became Cosmos") also from 1997, using voice processings, and based on a text by Macedonio Fernández; "Poemus 1, 2, 3, 4, 5", composed between 1997 and 1998 for narrator and either computer or digital recording, with texts of Oliverio Girondo; "Futilidad" ("Futility"), a story created around a phonetic game involving a single consonant ("f") which either occurs or predominates in the majority of the words of the text; "Sweet Vivi" for electric guitar + midi, from 2000; and "Higer Falls", electro acoustic piece from 2001.

(text updated: March, 2004)

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