Remember, you heard electracoustmatic from me first.
A message from composer Michael Dobinson:
I indicate today (March 9 2011) that I have coined the term electracoustmatic to describe the work I do combining purely electronic, sample acoustic and acoustic musical sources. I claim this for google seems to not be able to find matches for the term at the time I am writing this (11:25am EST, March 9 2011 (whatever calendar it is that claims this is 2011 ... Gregorian or something. I'm an electracoustmatician, not some calendar historitician or whatever calendar studiers are called; what am I some entymologist (assuming that's a person who studies words, and if it's not I meant whatever the real word for word-orinistic studytists are)?)), as demonstrated HERE!
Me, the premier electracoustmatician ... premier by dint of being the first and thus only electracoustmatician there is, was or ever shall be.
For more information on the only electracoustmatician in the world, go to mrde-music.ca.
For the few who read this page -- sorry for the lame updates. I'll be better in the future. And, via literary artifice, it's now the future - specifically March 15 2017. And I'm still not updating much here ... oh well. At least I'm updating now!
UPCOMING ELECTRACOUSTMATIC PERFORMANCES:
Jun. 3 2017, 4:30pm
As a part of mmmm Composers in Concert
's 2017 "150" season,
I'll be presenting some stuff. I hesitate to mention this show here, as my stuff may be only acoustic or plain electronic .... but hopefully ye olde electracoustmatician will come through.
PREVIOUS ELECTRACOUSTMATIC PERFORMANCES:
Nov. 16 2013, 4pm
May. 4, 2013
I performed two new electrocoustmatic works in Stratford on Saturday May 4 2013 at 7:30pm in Zion Lutheran Church.
The works were:
for piano, organ and electronics
i: Prelude : Georgetown : Winter In The Trees
ii : Toccata : Halton Sub : Blowing Snow
iii : Postlude : Bramalea : Gray Slush
... or leave our bones upon them for voice, percussion and electronics
Nov. 3, 2012 4pm
I performed two new electrocoustmatic works,in Stratford on Saturday November 3 2012 at 4pm in Zion Lutheran Church. The works were:
The Wreck of the Nancy
for piano, electronics and organ
i. the Waters of Manitoulin
ii. the Adventures of the Nancy
iii. Lake of Ice
iv. Rising Storm
v. the Waters of the Nottawasaga
vii. Nancy Island
Three Littoral Nocturnes
for piano and electronics
1. Tippecanoe River, 8-9 November 1811 (piano and electronics)
2. Stoney Creek, 6 June 1813 (electronics)
3. Niagara River, 15 August 1814 (electronics)
These pieces were presented as part of mmmmConcert
's War of 1812 Bicentenary Season programming. I hope more of my loyal site visitors can come out for other mmmm
shows in future. More ticket sales, and I can retire from the day job and do more music.
May. 12, 2012 8pm
I presented two new electracoustmatic
works on May 12/2012 as part of MMMMConcert
's programming for 2012:
The Inundation of Crysler's Farm
for electronics, piano and organ
for electronics, flute, voice, piano and organ
May show details were:
MMMMConcerts presents ...
The 1812 Bicentenary Season Show 1
May 12 2012 7:30pm
Zion Lutheran Church
202 Erie Street (Erie St. and St. David St.), Stratford ON.
Nov. 12, 2011 8pm
Zion Lutheran Church
202 Erie St.
I slacked for this show; I'll just did one new electracoustmatic piece and some mere acoustic stuff.
Show details were:
May 28, 2011 8pm
Saturday May 28 2011 8pm
St. Paul's Anglican Church
Douro and Wellington St. S
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