Portfolio of works for percussion and electronics as part of Australian Computer Music Conference

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Abstract

Presented in two concerts across the conference, a portfolio of works were selected by peer review process for performance by Artist in Residence Louise Devenish, including redevelopment of existing works for solo percussion and electronics by keynote Manuella Blackburn in a mongraph concert. This required devising and designing updated methods for the realisation of older electronic scores and parts. Also part of this portfolio was a concert by Decibel New Music titled Animated Notation. This program included the world premiere of Ryan Ross Smith's Study No 55. Artistic research included development of animated notation realisation methods and performance practices, and rehearsal.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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