Sound Assemblings Diana McIntosh

Sound Assemblings was written as a reaction to seeing a large abstract oil painting by the Canadian artist, Bertram Brooker. The painting, entitled Sound Assemblings, is colorful and rhythmic and consists of circular shapes with jagged lines moving through them.

Source: CEC / Concordia Archival Project (CAP)

  • Year of composition: 1983
  • Genre: Audio art
  • Format: Mixed work
  • Instrumentation: for piano and tape/CD
  • Hardware used: Synclavier digital synthesizer
  • Duration of the submitted work: 13:30
  • Production: Tape realized at Digital Sound Laboratory, University of Western Ontario (London, Ontario)

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