Multitouch Piano // sound sculpture - Jarek Kordaczuk
Multitouch piano - original title: Inside the broken piano. It is a sound sculpture, musical sculpture, installation spatial sound. Piano and prepared piano. Sounds and the sounds of the piano. Do you like the sound effects you can get from prepared. Artistic installation, audiovisual sculpture. Interactive sound sculpture - musical fun for the kids. Hitting the piano by various objects. Sculpture as a musical instrument. Open piano project.

Multitouch Piano Sound sculpture. sculptor: Sebastian Grabowski composer / sound designer: Jarek Kordaczuk commission: Children\'s Art Centre in Poznan Sculpture Multitouch Pianosound sculpture, interactive installation. Here's an unusual sculpture of the shape referring to the piano. Touching its surface you liberate sounds obtained exclusively from the inside of a real instrument (Petrof Grand Piano). There are some common sounds everybody immediately associate with classical sound of the piano - these we liberate touching the sculpture in the place we're expecting a keyboard. But most of the sounds open the sound space, which is much less known. This space is created by the instrument's strings struck by various objects, detuned, rubbed, prepared, by percussive sounds of the soundboard and the steel frame of the piano. Even the pedals and leg's wheels can serve a different role than usual. Sometimes funny, sometimes scary, sometimes lazy, sometimes energetic - sounds hidden beneath the surface of sculpture, released by touch, creating the unique forms invite us to study them, to play with them and... to make some music.   Photos by Piotr Bedliński 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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Children's Art CentreInstrumental Music
MonoctoneVocal-instrumental music
Musical interpretations of fairy talesTheatrical music
Acousmatic musicPoetic song
Music for childrenTheatre of Sound
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Electroacoustic musicOnomatopeic compositions

Multitouch Piano

Sound sculpture.

sculptor: Sebastian Grabowski
composer / sound designer: Jarek Kordaczuk

commission: Children's Art Centre in Poznan


Improvisation I
Multitouch Piano / sound sculpture
sound design & music by Jarek Kordaczuk
Improvisation II
Multitouch Piano / sound sculpture
sound design & music by Jarek Kordaczuk
Improvisation III
Multitouch Piano / sound sculpture
sound design & music by Jarek Kordaczuk

Multitouch Piano
sound sculpture, interactive installation.

Here's an unusual sculpture of the shape referring to the piano. Touching its surface you liberate sounds obtained exclusively from the inside of a real instrument (Petrof Grand Piano). There are some common sounds everybody immediately associate with classical sound of the piano - these we liberate touching the sculpture in the place we're expecting a keyboard. But most of the sounds open the sound space, which is much less known. This space is created by the instrument's strings struck by various objects, detuned, rubbed, prepared, by percussive sounds of the soundboard and the steel frame of the piano. Even the pedals and leg's wheels can serve a different role than usual. Sometimes funny, sometimes scary, sometimes lazy, sometimes energetic - sounds hidden beneath the surface of sculpture, released by touch, creating the unique forms invite us to study them, to play with them and... to make some music.

 
Photos by Piotr Bedliński