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Lutz, Nikola: GraphicSound IX 

 

 

Basic information

 

Notes

  • Program notes: 

    GraphicSound IX is an improvising concept with graphic scores for variable ensemble. The graphics are sign-like but cannot be decoded in a distinct way, thereby a focus on an openly defined material is created, channeling the development of improvised music without determining it. Single sheets of graphics form a collection of translucent foils, that can be overlapped in up to three layers and put together as a formally variable score which is created spontaneously at the performing occasion. Visual and aural perception are forming the result conjointly avoiding hierarchy – a balance on the border between control and freedom.

  • Technical specs: 

    Tech rider

    Realisation with Nikola Lutz (saxophone) and Improtest house band (keyboards, e-git)

    GraphicSound IX can be performed with or without projection of the score, therefore all projection materials are optional.

    equipment needed

    - space for 3 performers
    - stereo PA according to the requirements of the Improtest house band
    - mixing console with minimum 8 channels
    - saxophone microphone dpa 4099sax*
    - 6 music stands
    - reading light

    optional equipment:

    - 1 projection screen
    - 1 beamer
    - 1 computer*

    * can be provided by Nikola Lutz

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Instruments

Total number of musicians: 
3
Musicians1st player2nd player
Saxophone
1
Alto
MusiciansInstruments
Keyboard
1
Other plucked instruments
1
Guitar

 

 

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