- Right out of wiki’s definition “a place of timeless harmony.” So where you imagine that Paradise is and as such inventing its soundtrack… this can be personal or professional or just peacefully bliss-ed in harmonies the like. We know what paradise means for each of us – as such instead of a sound track for an airport or music to sleep to. We would make the paradise sound track. Something that we enjoy or the musician performing this would enjoy. As usual, having fun and enjoying the music is a must – so look at the song through the rose colored lens. The song’s paradise location = “minimal glue required here.”
Bill Newbold = minimal-glue-z3
Hi IF’ers, getting started a bit late, why not go all the way through Sunday then? Could be a theme if you want it to be, finding amazing things in the every day stuff, as illustrated by my cohort, Linda. Rock On!
The end of another year is upon us. Today is the last Friday of 2017, so time for the last ImprovFriday event of the year. The theme for this one is “Goodbye, Hello.” Take it where it leads you.
Greetings Earthlings. Take me to your leader. On second thought….Maybe that isn’t such a great idea. Well here at the event this week we are celebrating the holidays and observing UFOs since it was a big week for disclosure with the release of a UFO video by the department of defense. So the theme this week is Christmas, Hanukkah and or UFOs.
And Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah to everybody. Also happy Holidays to the little green men as well.
The gathering of an ImprovFriday weekend is open ya’ll! Let the new music begin and run through 9pm EST Sat!
Welcome to the 2017 SI Holiday Office Party. Free electroacoustic beers at the bar, gourmet loops at the tables, improvisation on the dance floor and dessert mashups all around.
Everyone usually has an idea about harmony.
Something that sounds good, in the groove, or just blends well,..this is different for some but generally “we” might agree on interesting intervals like fifths making that pleasurable sound experience.
After I had been studying with him for two years, Schoenberg said, “In order to write music, you must have a feeling for harmony.” I explained to him that I had no feeling for harmony. He then said that I would always encounter an obstacle, that it would be as though I came to a wall through which I could not pass. I said, ‘In that case I will devote my life to beating my head against that wall.’ ~from silence by John Cage.
With each member here comes the harmony that they like either from experience in playing or listening or yet simply being exposed to something that at the time was enjoyable.
Mixing harmonies can get intangibly monotonous or just difficult to everyone participating BUT
Creating a new harmony is a kind of paradigm with sounds in a syntax and format we are making now.
Transportive and mesmerizing! Come along with Jim and Paul’s November Words On New Music audio podcast and listen to the music of performance artist, singer, sound maker and creator of Breadwoman, Anna Homler!
Music featuring Anna Homler in this episode:
Plutonian Lullaby by Anna Homler & Sylvia Hallett
Ee Ché by Anna Homler & Steve Moshier
Yesh Té by Anna Homler & Steve Moshier
Tinselgruntz by Steve Beresford, Anna Homler and Richard Sanderson. From the Berlin Toy Bizaar at the Berlin Jazz Festival.
Probate Codes by the London Improvisatory Orchestra featuring Anna Homler and other voices, Adam Bohman and Sue Lynch. Conducted by Steve Beresford. Live voice processing Andrian Northover. Recording by Jeff Ardone.
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Kavin. here. My first time to open the door here! Getting it started early so I can post some silly loopy stuff before I hit the road for the holiday. Going with J.C.’s theme suggestion, Looping Around. Get looped and I’ll give an ear after I get home in a few days!