Synthetic Horizon Eloy Fritsch

This work was composed in 2005 with the a intent of expressing in the form of acousmatic music the anxiety produced by reflection about the synthetic cybernetic world that humanity has been creating.The composer´s aim is to guide the listener on a trip through artificial sound environments projeted by eletronic patterns. In this composition Fritsch synthesizes sounds in the laboratory and uses the computer to organize them. A comforting tonal sound recurs in the piece, representing man’s hope. A more human and warming sound amidst the noisy passages of synthetic horizon that awaits us in the near future. This piece was premiered in 2005 during the event Acousmatic Music in the Museum, Presentation of Eletronic Music for the Loudspeakers Orchestra in the Museum of Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil. The work was presented again in 5.1 system in 2007 at the IV RS Comtemporary Festival, in the Porto Alegre in the Auditorium of the Goethe Institute.

  • Year of composition: 2005
  • Genre: Acousmatics
  • Format: Fixed media
  • Duration of the submitted work: 9:22
  • Disc publication: Coletânea De Música Eletroacústica Brasileira

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