Sessions :: Musique concrete - Jarek Kordaczuk
Sessions - Musique concrète, music for solo instruments, improvisation on sax, concrete and ambient sounds made ​​electronically. Pub Session - tenor saxophone (Grzech Piotrowski) solo and sounds recorded in various pubs, sound of equipment, objects, sounds of different actions, sighs, applause and conversation. Sounds such as ice machines, equipment for pressure brewing, glass, pour the liquid etc.

Sessions A cycle of musique concrète with an improvised solo part. Pub Session 1. Pub Session Pub Session is the first track of planned cycle of musique concrète (music concrete). Tenor saxophone solo - Grzech Piotrowski The script for improvisation (an excerpt from my email to Grzech): [...] Someone (our supposed lyrical subject or a character ) comes into the bar, takes a seat, orders a drink. In the foreground you could hear a bartender working, pouring drinks etc. A band with a sax soloist (that is you) starts playing. Music comes to the foreground. The saxophone is giving nice sounds. In the course of time our character starts to feel the influence of what he drank. The music begins to flow [I'll do that - you just do your job]. The sounds of the band and sax becomes more and more ugly, gradually leading to the total cacophony (especially sax - it would be great if you are totally distracted and pretentious at the end of this scene). The music breaks off. You can hear whistles and general dissatisfaction. In a while the band starts playing, the nice sounds of the sax [however still a little bit tipsy- I'll make a suitalbe effect] are heard once again. The audience shows their satisfaction with a timid applause (meaning: that's what we want you to play). The music goes to the background. Our character puts his glass aside. He leaves [...]   Pub Session   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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Sessions

A cycle of musique concrète with an improvised solo part.

Pub Session
Tenor Sax solo - Grzech Piotrowski
Ambient sound engineering - Jarek Kordaczuk
1. Pub Session

Pub Session
is the first track of planned cycle of musique concrète (music concrete).

Tenor saxophone solo - Grzech Piotrowski


The script for improvisation
(an excerpt from my email to Grzech):


[...] Someone (our supposed lyrical subject or a character ) comes into the bar, takes a seat, orders a drink. In the foreground you could hear a bartender working, pouring drinks etc. A band with a sax soloist (that is you) starts playing. Music comes to the foreground. The saxophone is giving nice sounds. In the course of time our character starts to feel the influence of what he drank. The music begins to flow [I'll do that - you just do your job]. The sounds of the band and sax becomes more and more ugly, gradually leading to the total cacophony (especially sax - it would be great if you are totally distracted and pretentious at the end of this scene). The music breaks off. You can hear whistles and general dissatisfaction. In a while the band starts playing, the nice sounds of the sax [however still a little bit tipsy- I'll make a suitalbe effect] are heard once again. The audience shows their satisfaction with a timid applause (meaning: that's what we want you to play). The music goes to the background. Our character puts his glass aside. He leaves [...]

 
Pub Session