Suggestive Etudes :: a series of grating and scratching sounds for violin and computer - Jarek Kordaczuk
Jaroslaw Kordaczuk music, experimental music, Aurelius Golinski, violin, sound processing, avant-garde music, music for violin, violin music, grinding, squeaking, scraping, knocking

Suggestive Etudes Computer transformations of sounds generted by violin. Experimental music. violin: Aureliusz Goliński transformations: Jarek Kordaczuk How it was   Well, it was so. We were sitting with Golek at the Baltic seaside, kids were playing around, wives sunbathing, the sun was shining. Oh, it was shining so much. Probably too much for us because we started thinking what to do in this  beautiful holiday time, so free from work. - "What do you mean ? Let's work!". Golek took his violin (he goes nowhere without them) an I had my microphone (the same). He was moaning, scratching, scraping, knocking, tapping, squiling ... and I was recording all that stuff . After coming back home from that "active" rest I took up cleaning, dirtying, processing, assembling of what we brought from our beautiful sea. It was a point of honour not to add any sound "from myself". Only sounds of Golek's violin but sometimes mercilessly ploughed with my PC. After plouging shallow and deep, six pieces gave off. I've spent few years thinking on the orginal name for each of them. Finally, I managed to find the words. The first one I called Etude 1, second Etude 2, third Etude 3, fourth Etiuda 5 (since I made a mistake), fifth Etude 4 (to cover up my mistake), and the last one Etude 6. Thus Etudes 1-6 known since that time suggestive came into being. J. Golek (Aureliusz Goliński) with Mielnik in the background. 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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Suggestive Etudes

Computer transformations of sounds generted by violin. Experimental music.

violin: Aureliusz Goliński
transformations: Jarek Kordaczuk

Etude 1
Etude 2
Etude 3
Etude 4
Etude 5
Etude 6
 
Well, it was so. We were sitting with Golek at the Baltic seaside, kids were playing around, wives sunbathing, the sun was shining. Oh, it was shining so much. Probably too much for us because we started thinking what to do in this  beautiful holiday time, so free from work. - "What do you mean ? Let's work!".
Golek took his violin (he goes nowhere without them) an I had my microphone (the same). He was moaning, scratching, scraping, knocking, tapping, squiling ... and I was recording all that stuff .
After coming back home from that "active" rest I took up cleaning, dirtying
, processing, assembling of what we brought from our beautiful sea. It was a point of honour not to add any sound "from myself". Only sounds of Golek's violin but sometimes mercilessly ploughed with my PC.
After plouging shallow and deep, six pieces gave off. I've spent few years thinking on the orginal name for each of them. Finally, I managed to find the words. The first one I called Etude 1, second Etude 2, third Etude 3, fourth Etiuda 5 (since I made a mistake), fifth Etude 4 (to cover up my mistake), and the last one Etude 6.
Thus Etudes 1-6 known since that time suggestive came into being.
J.

Golek (Aureliusz Goliński) with Mielnik in the background.