Musique électroacoustique latino-américaine

alcides lanza, The Big Dipper (1996-II), 1996

Durée de l'enregistrement : 11 min 34 s.
Instruments : Pour accordéon et bande
Réalisé à : Studio du compositeur (Studio SHELAN) et EMS de l'université McGill. Montréal, QC, Canada.
Remarques : Joseph Petric, accordéon. Enregistrement du concert.

Autres ressources disponibles :
- Biographie de alcides lanza
- Compositions par alcides lanza

À propos de cette composition :

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the big dipper [1996-II], for accordion and tape

Written for and dedicated to Joseph Petric.

As a lifelong stargazer, one of the things I missed most after my move to the Northern hemisphere is the splendid night sky of the Southern - Canis Majoris with its fulgurant Sirius, the Pleiads cluster, and Orion with Betelgeuse and Rigel pointing all the way to the Southern Cross. In our Northern sky, I have enjoyed the ever dependable Big Dipper [Ursa Major]. The title of this composition is a nod in that direction.

The realizationof the tape part included pre-recorded accordion sounds, digital representations of accordion sounds done with a Proteus 3 [World] digital synthesizer. Donde at the SHELAN Studio using a G3 Macintosh computer, Akai sampler and Peak.

Premiered by Joseph Petric at the Music Gallery, Toronto, November 3, 2001.

Published by SHELAN [eSp 9602]

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