Aequinoctium // for sampler, monoctone and organ - Jarek Kordaczuk
Fara Poznan - concert. Improvisation for three instruments: organ, monoctone, sampler. The use of a sampler: live text processing, transforming the words. Marta Dramowicz - sampler. Anna Dramowicz - organ. Jarek Kordaczuk - monoctone, sampler programming. Iza Kościesza - text of the equinox rite for samler

Aequinoctium Improvisatioin for sampler, monoctone and organ inspired by the autumn equinox. Commission: Society of Friends of Poznań Fara Aequinoctium Aequinoctium for sampler, monoctone and organ.Day and Night are equal, darkness and light against each other - drink wine for the Gods, dance and do love praising them.Aequinoctium this an improvised piece. The scope of improvisation is suggested in the graphic score. The piece consists of four movements played attacca. The bridge to the next movement is indicated by a tone of steel pipes stimulated by vibration motors. These motors and the modular synthesizer are controlled by monoctone. Whereas  sampler improvisation is based on the text associated with the rite of the autumn equinox. The text was submited and read by Iza, fragmented and micro-fragmented, manipulated by knobs. For organ improvisation many kinds of gadgets have been created: clustered steel strips heavy enough to automatically press down the keys, light plastic clusters pressed by hand and pipes imitating the sound of organ pipes hitted by a hammer (we are not destroing the instruments!).Concept, graphic score, sampler programming - Jarek KordaczukSampler input text - Izabela KościeszaThe first performance5. Festival of Organ and Chamber MusicSeptember 24, 2016, Poznań Fara, PoznańMarta Dramowicz - samplerJarek Kordaczuk - monoctoneAnna Dramowicz - organ   Experimental music Installations Coral music Solo pieces Improvised music Acousmatic music Electronic Music Monoctone Pieces for children Jarek Kordaczuk mp3 Dark Energy Agnieszka Kołodyńska Pantomime Electroacoustic music Vocal-instrumental music Instrumental Music Musical interpretations of fairy tales Compositions Adam Smoczyński Sacred Music EWI ProForma Theatrical music Jan Brzechwa Julian Tuwim Sebastian Wypych Poetic song Sung poetry Jarosław Kordaczuk Arrangements Videoclips Animations Titelituralia Onomatopeic compositions Theatre of Sound A Room Full of Fairy Tales Children's Art Centre Cezary Konrad Krzysztof Herdzin Basia Raduszkiewicz Music for children

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Aequinoctium

Improvisatioin for sampler, monoctone and organ inspired by the autumn equinox.



Commission: Society of Friends of Poznań Fara


Aequinoctium
Aequinoctium
for sampler, monoctone and organ
by Jarek Kordaczuk

Sampler input text: Izabela Kościesza

Aequinoctium
for sampler, monoctone and organ.

Day and Night are equal, darkness and light against each other - drink wine for the Gods, dance and do love praising them.

Aequinoctium this an improvised piece. The scope of improvisation is suggested in the graphic score. The piece consists of four movements played attacca. The bridge to the next movement is indicated by a tone of steel pipes stimulated by vibration motors. These motors and the modular synthesizer are controlled by monoctone. Whereas  sampler improvisation is based on the text associated with the rite of the autumn equinox. The text was submited and read by Iza, fragmented and micro-fragmented, manipulated by knobs. For organ improvisation many kinds of gadgets have been created: clustered steel strips heavy enough to automatically press down the keys, light plastic clusters pressed by hand and pipes imitating the sound of organ pipes hitted by a hammer (we are not destroing the instruments!).

Concept, graphic score, sampler programming - Jarek Kordaczuk
Sampler input text - Izabela Kościesza

The first performance

5. Festival of Organ and Chamber Music
September 24, 2016, Poznań Fara, Poznań

Marta Dramowicz - sampler
Jarek Kordaczuk - monoctone
Anna Dramowicz - organ