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  • TERRA INFIRMA | Hans Tutschku
    composer for the project When invited to work with electroacoustic composer Harvard Department of Music professor Harvard University Studio for Electroacoustic Composition Director Hans Tutschku I was all the more thrilled The process of collaborating with someone so greatly accomplished and well established in his field has been an invaluable experience for me as an emerging choreographer We began working together over the summer with the goal of presenting a first draft of our piece in my new dance company s debut concert in September This gave us a chance to check in and see how the synthesis of our compositions worked in a less formal concert setting allowing for a perspective on the piece that would not otherwise have been possible I try to take a slightly different approach to choreographing for each piece I make and working on this one was no exception For most my previous pieces I ve begun with a pre existing piece of music and built my choreography in response to it But with the simultaneous creation of the music and dance a different and more fluid choreographic process was required I was challenged to work outside of my comfort zone finding a novel movement vocabulary and a more flexible way to structure phrases so that the choreography could evolve alongside the music I was incredibly lucky to have someone so keyed in to dance as Hans he has worked with choreographers before and is very responsive to the ways that the movement I choreographed interacted with his music He sat in on several rehearsals after which we both got a chance to discuss how to edit our respective work so that transitions resolved more organically Hans also has a great eye and had insight into moments in the choreography that I was struggling

    Original URL path: http://www.tutschku.com/terra-infirma/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Ailleurs-Intérieur | Hans Tutschku
    The invisible bell tower Open air The first one is a general installation for people on the street In the north tower of the Eglise du Gesù church loudspeakers will diffuse the sound of the bell chimes at every hour Installing an invisible bell tower where there usually is none arouses the curiosity of the people walking by on two levels First they notice bells that they have never heard before And a few days later they discover that there are not only new bells but also a plethora of sounds from far away cultures At all times bells have been used at special occasions religious holidays fire mourning Bells are part of the special soundscape of cities and expressions of their diverse cultures This installation presents recordings of a wide range of different cultures that have been captured all around the world The installation outside the church aims at creating a bridge to other places including all the questions connected to the encounter with foreign lands and the unfamiliar This part of the installation has been previously shown in Jena Weimar Posterstein Germany Montbéliard France Florence Italy Cambridge Mass USA Part 2 The voices in the nave Indoors The second installation uses the large space of the nave of the Eglise du Gesù church Here numerous loudspeakers have been arranged You can hear voices speaking and singing dialogues These voices which were recorded on several continents invite us to an intercultural journey We follow them on their itineraries and in their prayers chants arguments and conversations first hour http www tutschku com wp content uploads 2010 06 Ailleurs Interieur 1 mp3 second hour http www tutschku com wp content uploads 2010 06 Ailleurs Interieur 2 mp3 Part 3 The imaginary dialogue Indoors The third installation has a more individual

    Original URL path: http://www.tutschku.com/ailleurs-interieur/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Klangwald – Lichtgestein | Hans Tutschku
    EFIM Ensemble for intuitive Music Weimar Germany Performances Michael von Hintzenstern Matthias von Hintzenstern Daniel Hoffmann Hans Tutschku Festival Hydra Research Texts Teaching Travel 2014 Japan Archive Links dadamenta HUSEAC Klangwald Lichtgestein open air multimedia composition with sound and light

    Original URL path: http://www.tutschku.com/klangwald-lichtgestein/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Polyvision | Hans Tutschku
    Weimar produced since 1986 synaesthetic concepts that address traditional ideas of the Bauhaus era The starting point for these imaginary encounters was the collaboration between Kurt Schmidt and Hans Heinz Stuckenschmidt In 1923 during the Bauhaus theater week in Jena their Mechanical Ballet was premiered Contrasting geometrical figurines were controlled by hidden dancers movements resulting in a vibrant changing abstract painting The Bauhaus master Laszlo Moholy Nagy searched in the

    Original URL path: http://www.tutschku.com/polyvision-2/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Zwei Räume | Hans Tutschku
    of my electroacoustic works With the given technological means I explore possibilities to project the illusion of experienced imaginary and changing sound spaces over loudspeakers Zwei Räume is based on many dualities Certainly the separation of direct sound sources played back over loudspeakers near to the public and their room reflections and reverb diffused over more distant speakers will be very noticeable But other contrasts as well played a form

    Original URL path: http://www.tutschku.com/zwei-raume/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Monochord | Hans Tutschku
    composition is a musical gift for the Swiss composer sculptor Oscar Wiggli Oscar is practicing a multitude of artistic expressions ranging from electronic music composition to drawing in Chinese ink to forging iron sculptures It was this diversity of thought and experimentation that impressed me since we first met Oscars electronic studio Oscars gallery In January 2008 I spend some time in the gallery space of the Oscar Wiggli foundation where many of his sculptures are exposed Already during a previous visit in 2006 I had recorded some sounds on an instrument Oscar calls the monochord It has actually 13 double strings This time Oscar brought even a second model with 13 single strings Placing all kinds of objects onto the strings and playing them created a rich repertory of sound possibilities I spent almost 2 days playing and recording them Later on I was even placing one monochord on the strings of the other and creating thus a coupled resonating body From there one the installations became more and more crazy and the resulting sounds more and more complex recording the monochords The composition uses exclusively the sounds I recorded in January 2008 There are almost no sound treatments

    Original URL path: http://www.tutschku.com/monochord-post/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Einst mit dir | Hans Tutschku
    Cambridge MA upon the poem Fenster wo ich einst mit dir by Stefan George Poetry has been a source of inspiration since I started writing music For many years I have been composing pieces of very different types ranging from chamber opera to pure electro acoustic pieces upon texts by Georg Trakl and Karl Lubomirski The poem Fenster wo ich einst mit dir by Stefan George evoked a strong resonance and inspired me to express in music the feelings and thoughts one experiences after losing a person with whom one was very close Deception anger restlessness and finally a kind of positive calm went into this piece concert recording with Jennifer Ashe sorpano Gabby Diaz violin Michael Norsworthy clarinet http www tutschku com wp content uploads 2008 01 Einstmitdir mp3 score as pdf Stefan George Fenster wo ich einst mit dir Abends in die landschaft sah Sind nun hell mit fremdem licht Pfad noch läuft vom tor wo du Standest ohne umzuschaun Dann ins tal hinunterbogst Bei der kehr warf nochmals auf Mond dein bleiches angesicht Doch es war zu spät zum ruf Dunkel schweigen starre luft Sinkt wie damals um das haus Alle freude nahmst du mit Windows where

    Original URL path: http://www.tutschku.com/einst-mit-dir/ (2016-02-09)
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  • pour B. | Hans Tutschku
    von Hintzenstern Matthias von Hintzenstern Daniel Hoffmann Hans Tutschku Festival Hydra Research Texts Teaching Travel 2014 Japan Archive Links dadamenta HUSEAC pour B english for B 2 channel electroacoustic composition year 2007 duration 5 00 min studio Klang Projekte Weimar dedicated to Bernard Parmegiani first performance October 26 2007 festival Espace du son Bruxelles This short composition is a present for Bernard Parmegiani s 80th birthday It takes the opening

    Original URL path: http://www.tutschku.com/pour-b2/ (2016-02-09)
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