The Enemy Entropy – vocals and electric guitar through effects.
In Time of Emergency, part 2 is an ambient electronic composition for classical guitar, brass, software synthesizers, effects, U.S. Department of Defense Office of Civil Defense literature (1968) and female voice (by librivox.org).
In Time of Emergency, Part 1 is an ambient electronic composition for software synthesizers, effects, U.S. Department of Defense Office of Civil Defense literature (1968) and female voice (by librivox.org).
A stretched version of my final music theory presentation “A Song for the Twilight” that was rendered in JI as determined by inspection. The scored version will surface once I deal with some technical issues.
Agilkia Landing Site is an ambient piece using the Partch 43 note overtone series tuning.
amused for bells in 22 edo is a short 22 equal study using pianoteq’s tubular bells patch.
Estampie for 22 edo electric guitar and drum kit
Opinion is divided as to whether the Estampie was actually a dance or simply early instrumental music. Sachs believes the strong rhythm of the music, a derivation of the name from a term meaning “to stamp” and the quotation from the Froissart poem above definitely label the estampie as a dance. However, others stress the complex music in some examples as being uncharacteristic of dance melodies and interpret Froissart’s poem to mean that the dancing begins with the carol. There is also debate on the derivation of the word “estampie”. In any case, no description of dance steps or figures for the estampie are known.
Love Feels Not Thorns was improvised just to hear how pretty the tuning sounds. No other reason at all….