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Octamerous Rituals: Octamerous Rituals for Solo Piano and Tape

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title = "Octamerous Rituals: Octamerous Rituals for Solo Piano and Tape",
abstract = "Octamerous Rituals for Solo Piano and Tape is a recording of the original work 'Octamerous Rituals' that contains five additional pieces that utilise tape to complement the original composition. Furthermore each of the thirteen movements employ a dialectic between musical material (in terms of pitch, timbre and temporality) that reflects the sometimes binary distinction between traditional and digital music.---------------------As with the original score, each of the thirteen short pieces has some connection with the number eight. Whether an octatonic scale, an eight-note cluster or a more hidden link, the number eight pervades throughout the whole set of studies.---------------------The recording was made by the performer/composer by painstakingly editing every midi note in a DAW of the original work in order to create a definitive performance. The additional five movements utilise the original 'recorded' material and employ a progressively more audible use of techniques to create the music. ---------------------The recorded set of pieces are intended to be listened to in their entirety, individually, or combined in any way that the listener wishes. If listening to a recording of the pieces the composer actively encourages utilising the {\textquoteleft}shuffle{\textquoteright} function to obtain a random ordering of the movements in order that the progression from 'acoustic' to 'digital' performance exists solely in the mind of the listener.",
keywords = "Music, Musical Composition, Music Recording, Digital Music",
author = "Adrian Hull",
note = "This version was composed, and recorded between 2016-18 and released in 2019.",
year = "2019",
month = aug,
day = "1",
language = "English",

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N2 - Octamerous Rituals for Solo Piano and Tape is a recording of the original work 'Octamerous Rituals' that contains five additional pieces that utilise tape to complement the original composition. Furthermore each of the thirteen movements employ a dialectic between musical material (in terms of pitch, timbre and temporality) that reflects the sometimes binary distinction between traditional and digital music.---------------------As with the original score, each of the thirteen short pieces has some connection with the number eight. Whether an octatonic scale, an eight-note cluster or a more hidden link, the number eight pervades throughout the whole set of studies.---------------------The recording was made by the performer/composer by painstakingly editing every midi note in a DAW of the original work in order to create a definitive performance. The additional five movements utilise the original 'recorded' material and employ a progressively more audible use of techniques to create the music. ---------------------The recorded set of pieces are intended to be listened to in their entirety, individually, or combined in any way that the listener wishes. If listening to a recording of the pieces the composer actively encourages utilising the ‘shuffle’ function to obtain a random ordering of the movements in order that the progression from 'acoustic' to 'digital' performance exists solely in the mind of the listener.

AB - Octamerous Rituals for Solo Piano and Tape is a recording of the original work 'Octamerous Rituals' that contains five additional pieces that utilise tape to complement the original composition. Furthermore each of the thirteen movements employ a dialectic between musical material (in terms of pitch, timbre and temporality) that reflects the sometimes binary distinction between traditional and digital music.---------------------As with the original score, each of the thirteen short pieces has some connection with the number eight. Whether an octatonic scale, an eight-note cluster or a more hidden link, the number eight pervades throughout the whole set of studies.---------------------The recording was made by the performer/composer by painstakingly editing every midi note in a DAW of the original work in order to create a definitive performance. The additional five movements utilise the original 'recorded' material and employ a progressively more audible use of techniques to create the music. ---------------------The recorded set of pieces are intended to be listened to in their entirety, individually, or combined in any way that the listener wishes. If listening to a recording of the pieces the composer actively encourages utilising the ‘shuffle’ function to obtain a random ordering of the movements in order that the progression from 'acoustic' to 'digital' performance exists solely in the mind of the listener.

KW - Music

KW - Musical Composition

KW - Music Recording

KW - Digital Music

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