Tracings / three international collaborations by Ros Bandt and Johannes S. Sistermanns.
Featured Australian works
||BYOS Bring Your Own Sounds (2006) for electroacoustic||Johannes Sistermanns and Ros Bandt||Ros Bandt, Johannes Sistermanns||16 mins, 4 sec.|
||A global garden for Percy (1997) — site specific live performance
Recorded/performed at: 10 p.m. at the Grainger Museum, University of Melbourne and was broadcast on ABC FM., on 27 Oct 97.
Also in conjunction with the event was a sound installation by Ros Bandt titled 'A garden for Percy's delight' held at the Grainger Museum, Melbourne.
|Ros Bandt and Johannes Sistermanns||Ros Bandt, Johannes Sistermanns||41 mins, 10 sec.|
||Sonic blue red tracings - Kami — site specific live performance||Ros Bandt and Johannes Sistermanns||Ros Bandt, Johannes Sistermanns||8 mins, 27 sec.|
||Whispering between stars — site specific live performance||Johannes Sistermanns and Ros Bandt||Ros Bandt, Johannes Sistermanns||3 mins, 55 sec.|
The CD "Tracings" captures
moments of sonic collaborations by Ros Bandt (Australia) and
Johannes S. Sistermanns (Germany), two international sound
Bandt and Sistermanns performed "A Global Garden for Percy" together in separate hemispheres at the same time through the medium of the global digital bridge for simultaneous international broadcast at "The Listening Room" of ABC Radio Sydney and online for the Melbourne International Festival (Goethe-Institut Melbourne) out of the Grainger Museum Melbourne and the Music Academy Frankfurt.
They developed "Sonic Blue Red Tracings", a multi-media performance work during a residency at University of Wakayama /Japan a sound art performance work using paper and hair-dye. In 2006 ABC Radio commissioned "BYOS Bring Your Own Sounds" a collaborative composition of unexpected sounds from both composers.
This CD "traces" the processes, of each work, the tracing and designing of sounds which can be seen and heard from the maps, score and performances. The emergent CD "Tracings" embodies these shared concepts, ideas and sonic structures created by these award winning artists.
Duration: 70 min.
Liner notes include program notes and biographical notes on the artists.
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