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Wieder mal was zum Überblicken:

Die Map of Alternative Music:

http://www.wearedorothy.com/shop/alternative-love-blueprint-a-history-of-alternative-music

Our Alternative Love Blueprint celebrates over 300 musicians, artists, managers and producers who (in our opinion) have been pivotal to the evolution of the alternative and independent music scene from Bill Hayley & His Comets whose 1950’s Rock Around the Clock became the first ever anthem for a rebellious youth to the DIY ethic of present day bands like Arctic Monkeys and Radiohead.

Die Music-Map:

http://www.musicmap.info/

Nerdcore schreibt dazu:

In dieser Visualisierung sieht man dank der Timeline sehr gut, wie musikalische Innovation ab der Jahrtausendwende abnimmt, vor allem im Rock-Bereich aus „Nu“-Kram und Revivals besteht, während sich bei den Elektronikern Minimal-Innovation breitmacht und die vielleicht einzige größere Innovation im Dubstep zu finden ist [...].
Die einzigen Innovationen in den 2010ern scheinen Trap, Vaporwave und etwas namens Moombahton zu sein.

(via Nerdcore / Nerdcore)

Experimentalpopmusikvideos

Mal was aus der experimentellen Pop-Ecke. Musikalisch wie visuell interessant.
Man beachte das obere Video, in dem (endlich!) mit dem Mythos “Popstars verwüsten Hotelzimmer” gründlich aufgeräumt wird.

(via Nerdcore)

Mathemusik, jetzt mit Stream

Letztens hatte ich hier diese interessante Playlist mit Musik, die die meisten Menschen nicht Musik nennen würden, sondern bestenfalls verklanglichte Mathematik. Hurra! Der Kurator der Playlist Dean Rosenthal hat mich nach dem Blogpost kontaktiert (danke!) und auf einen existierenden Stream hingewiesen.
Hier jetzt also, zum mitzählen (und haltet Taschentücher für eure Tränen der Rührung bereit). Mein Favorit ist #7.
http://91.121.133.19/sons/artistes/rosenthal/playlist_rosenthal_web.m3u

1 The 78 two-note chords 0:21 The Chord Catalogue, performed by Samuel Vriezen – composed by Tom Johnson (combinations)

2 Spectral Canon For Conlon Nancarrow 3:28 PostMinimalism and Totalism Sampler – composed by James Tenney (relative mathematical rhythmic canon on the harmonic series)

3 Ideals 4:44 performed by Stratocluster live in Ostrava 2015, by Samuel Vriezen (ring theory, algebraic structures)

4 Quaerendo Invenietis (Canon Contrarium Stricte Reversum) 0:52 Bach (JS): Musical Offering, BWV 1079 w/Neville Mariner and St. Martins-in-the-Field, J.S. Bach (mirror canon, reflective symmetry)

5 Mode de valeurs et d’intensités 4:39 Evryali / Herma / Quatre Études de Rhythme , by Olivier Messiaen (total mathematical serialism)
6. Path 2:12, performed by Katerina Kuscevic, by Dean Rosenthal (permutations, graph theory)

7 My Travels in Euler Space 5:53 by David Victor Feldman (Eulerian grids, musical geometry)

8 Logical Harmonies 2, 3:39, from Logical Harmonies by Richard Glover (logical chord progressions)

9 Canon In π 10:46 Luiz Henrique Yudo (use of Pi)

10 Permutations on Laudate Dominum 9:00 Brian Parks (permutations)

11 The 1287 five-note chords 3:48 The Chord Catalogue & Within Fourths, performed by Samuel Vriezen, by Tom Johnson (combinations)

12 Duplets Mvt I 1:30, performed by Sharon Kim, by Dean Rosenthal (rhythmic tiling)

13 Rational Melodies – No. XV 1:35 by Ensemble Klang from Cows, Chords & Combinations – by Tom Johnson (self-similarity)

14 Tergiversate 15:54, performed by Jake Rosenzweig, Laura Steenberge, Scott Worthington – basses, by Michael Winter – (graph theory, de Bruijn Sequence)

15 Menuet al rovescio, Piano Sonata No. 41 in A major, 3:37, by Franz Joseph Haydn (temporal reflective symmetry)

16 Within Fifths – IV 7:44 from Within Fourths / Within Fifths, performed and composed by Samuel Vriezen (block designs)

17 Diliges Dominum 2:48 by William Byrd (temporal reflective symmetry)

18 C31* Orbits 14:04 Samuel Vriezen (composer), Ere Lievonen (31-tone organ) – (microtonal scales, mutliplicative composing)

19 Study on Archytas’ Enharmonic 2:02 The Harry Partch Collection 2 (Volume 1) Harry Partch (alternate mathematical tunings)

20 Ma Fin Est Mon Commencement 1:40 by Guillaume de Machaut (temporal symmetry)

21 Study No. 1: Octaves, Systematically Filled and Folded 5:46 Eight Studies for Automatic Piano by Seth Horvitz (systems)

22 Duplets Mvt V, 1:46 performed by Sharon Kim, by Dean Rosenthal (rhythmic tiling)

23 Rational Melodies # XII 1:19 by Tom Johnson (systems)

24 Analogiques A & B, 7:32 by Iannis Xenakis (Markov Chains)

25 The 1-3-5-7 Hexany Chord Catalog (The 35 three-note chords possible in one octave) 5:03, Dave Seidel (hexany tunings, combinations)

26 Study for Player Piano – VIII. 4:28 Studies for Player Piano, by Conlon Nancarrow (tempo canons, rhythmic systems)

27 Andante Con Moto 0:53 Opus 60 Hanne Darboven (adaptive visual systems)

28 Rational Melodies – XI 1:30 by Tom Johnson (systems)

29 Deest « Musikalisches Wurfelspiel”, Musical Dice Game In C Minor, K. 516f, 6:21 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (chance)

30 Duplets Mvt IV 1:14, performed by Sharon Kim, by Dean Rosenthal (rhythmic tiling)

31 The 286 ten-note chords 1:31 The Chord Catalogue, performed by Samuel Vriezen, by Tom Johnson (combinations)

32 Allegro barbaro 2:40 by Bela Bartok (Fibonacci series)

33 Signals Intelligence 8:40 by Christopher Adler (self-similarity, rhythmic canons)

34.Kirkman’s Ladies – 14:17 by Tom Johnson (block designs)

Memorizing the Tristan Chord

As any conscientious student from Hong Kong would tell you, one way to internalize an aural phenomenon is to make up a Cantonese phrase that replicates the pitch contour of the aural phenomenon in question. This method is effective for a range of academic pursuits, from foreign language pronunciation and musical passage memorization, to mathematical equation recitation.
[...]
Through an open call, I recruited Cantonese speakers from Hong Kong to invent Cantonese phrases that would map perfectly onto the pitch contour that leads up to and immediately follows the Tristan chord.
[...]
The texts that the participants came up with fall loosely into four categories: (1) auto-biographical statements, (2) haiku-like poetic expressions, (3) responses to the scenario of the interview itself, (4) lists of things. Phrases from categories 1 and 3 were often surprisingly personal and borderline Freudian. Participants brought their preoccupations into the process. Singing sessions turn into confessions of repressed desires.

http://norient.com/blog/memorizing-the-tristan-chord/

“Cheap Lecture” vom Duo Burrows/Fargion

Das Philosophie-Musik-Comedy-Duo Burrows Fargion performt -
(Einbetten deaktiviert)

https://youtu.be/8FVMb2m9sjQ?list=PLF7799EE546B57778

(via Christian)

Das älteste erhaltene Musikstück der Welt (2)

Hatte hier schon mal so einen Beitrag, jetzt ist mir was noch älteres auf den Schirm gekommen. Historiker wieder…

Die Hurritische Hymne ist allerdings die älteste überlieferte Melodie der Welt. In den 1950er Jahren wurden Tontafeln mit Keilschrift im bronzezeitlichen Königspalast von Ugarit gefunden. Auf den 3400 Jahre alten Tafeln ist die Melodie überliefert. Entschlüsselt hat Anne D. Kilmer 1972 die Texte, zuvor kam niemand auf die Idee, dass es sich hier um eine Notenschrift handeln könnte.

Hier eine Originalaufnahme von 1400 vor unserer Zeit. Daher rauscht es im Hintergrund etwas.

(via KotzendesEinhorn)

Handschuh- und Steinklaviermusik

Zählmusik

Mathematikmusik

Auf dem Webradio webSYN gabes letztes Jahr ein Programm von Dean Rosenthal, der Mathemusik kuratierte. An dieser Stelle kann nur die Playlist in schriftlicher Form wiedergegeben werden, aber das mal als Grundlage für Recherchen -

1 The 78 two-note chords 0:21 The Chord Catalogue, performed by Samuel Vriezen – composed by Tom Johnson (combinations)

2 Spectral Canon For Conlon Nancarrow 3:28 PostMinimalism and Totalism Sampler – composed by James Tenney (relative mathematical rhythmic canon on the harmonic series)

3 Ideals 4:44 performed by Stratocluster live in Ostrava 2015, by Samuel Vriezen (ring theory, algebraic structures)

4 Quaerendo Invenietis (Canon Contrarium Stricte Reversum) 0:52 Bach (JS): Musical Offering, BWV 1079 w/Neville Mariner and St. Martins-in-the-Field, J.S. Bach (mirror canon, reflective symmetry)

5 Mode de valeurs et d’intensités 4:39 Evryali / Herma / Quatre Études de Rhythme , by Olivier Messiaen (total mathematical serialism)
6. Path 2:12, performed by Katerina Kuscevic, by Dean Rosenthal (permutations, graph theory)

7 My Travels in Euler Space 5:53 by David Victor Feldman (Eulerian grids, musical geometry)

8 Logical Harmonies 2, 3:39, from Logical Harmonies by Richard Glover (logical chord progressions)

9 Canon In π 10:46 Luiz Henrique Yudo (use of Pi)

10 Permutations on Laudate Dominum 9:00 Brian Parks (permutations)

11 The 1287 five-note chords 3:48 The Chord Catalogue & Within Fourths, performed by Samuel Vriezen, by Tom Johnson (combinations)

12 Duplets Mvt I 1:30, performed by Sharon Kim, by Dean Rosenthal (rhythmic tiling)

13 Rational Melodies – No. XV 1:35 by Ensemble Klang from Cows, Chords & Combinations – by Tom Johnson (self-similarity)

14 Tergiversate 15:54, performed by Jake Rosenzweig, Laura Steenberge, Scott Worthington – basses, by Michael Winter – (graph theory, de Bruijn Sequence)

15 Menuet al rovescio, Piano Sonata No. 41 in A major, 3:37, by Franz Joseph Haydn (temporal reflective symmetry)

16 Within Fifths – IV 7:44 from Within Fourths / Within Fifths, performed and composed by Samuel Vriezen (block designs)

17 Diliges Dominum 2:48 by William Byrd (temporal reflective symmetry)

18 C31* Orbits 14:04 Samuel Vriezen (composer), Ere Lievonen (31-tone organ) – (microtonal scales, mutliplicative composing)

19 Study on Archytas’ Enharmonic 2:02 The Harry Partch Collection 2 (Volume 1) Harry Partch (alternate mathematical tunings)

20 Ma Fin Est Mon Commencement 1:40 by Guillaume de Machaut (temporal symmetry)

21 Study No. 1: Octaves, Systematically Filled and Folded 5:46 Eight Studies for Automatic Piano by Seth Horvitz (systems)

22 Duplets Mvt V, 1:46 performed by Sharon Kim, by Dean Rosenthal (rhythmic tiling)

23 Rational Melodies # XII 1:19 by Tom Johnson (systems)

24 Analogiques A & B, 7:32 by Iannis Xenakis (Markov Chains)

25 The 1-3-5-7 Hexany Chord Catalog (The 35 three-note chords possible in one octave) 5:03, Dave Seidel (hexany tunings, combinations)

26 Study for Player Piano – VIII. 4:28 Studies for Player Piano, by Conlon Nancarrow (tempo canons, rhythmic systems)

27 Andante Con Moto 0:53 Opus 60 Hanne Darboven (adaptive visual systems)

28 Rational Melodies – XI 1:30 by Tom Johnson (systems)

29 Deest « Musikalisches Wurfelspiel”, Musical Dice Game In C Minor, K. 516f, 6:21 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (chance)

30 Duplets Mvt IV 1:14, performed by Sharon Kim, by Dean Rosenthal (rhythmic tiling)

31 The 286 ten-note chords 1:31 The Chord Catalogue, performed by Samuel Vriezen, by Tom Johnson (combinations)

32 Allegro barbaro 2:40 by Bela Bartok (Fibonacci series)

33 Signals Intelligence 8:40 by Christopher Adler (self-similarity, rhythmic canons)

34.Kirkman’s Ladies – 14:17 by Tom Johnson (block designs)

Shakespeare Insult Kit

(via Josefine auf FB)