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Osada, Ryszard: Glacial Music 

 

 

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Notes

  • Program notes: 

    Glacial music
    Glacial music is a work for flute, or to a large extent rather parts of flute (mouthpiece,
    “body”) and electronic. Generally, it is a result of my fascinations of the sonoristic possibilities
    of flute in connection with electronically deformed flute’s samples. The electronic layer –
    quadraphonic – creates a specific ambience inseparably connected with flute’s parts. My
    intention was to show all the wealth of technical possibilities against the background and in
    connection with electronic. Coexistence of the acoustic sounds and electronic parts are not
    accidental. It is strictly planned and depending on time which is indicated in the score.

  • Technical specs: 

    GLACIAL MUSIC
    Technical requirement:
    - 2 stereo tracks (24Bit / 44,1kHz) (included with score)
    - 2 condenser microphones for flutist (L-R)
    - effect procesor (HQ reverb 2,5-3,0 s.) for flutist parts
    - quadraphonic loudspeaker system
    - stop-watch for flutist
    - sound engineer – to control performance

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Instruments

Total number of musicians: 
2
Musicians1st player2nd player
Flute
1
C
PerformersElectronicsVisuals
AudioVisuals
1
4-channel electronics

 

 

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