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Oscillation is a project by Q-O2 workspace for experimental music and sound art in Brussels. http://www.q-o2.be/
Playlist: Edyta Jarząb - Teach Yourself to Fly
An audiosphere for headphone listening, combining several exercises and sonic meditations with the impressions of moving, travelling. Echoes of Pauline Oliveros’ Teach Yourself to Fly, dedicated to the pilot Amelia Earhart (“Ear-Heart”).
Sajjra Xhrs Galarreta - Melismas (voices modulated by Anatolian landscapes)
From the different minarets of Demre (Antalya), muezzins sing the same “Ezan” simultaneously with a spontaneous time lag between the singing of each other. On some hills and roads these time lags can be perceived as an out-of-tune and arrhythmic canon modulated by the mountainous landscape. The melismas seem to be in morphic resonance with the movement of a sea that accompanies them, roaring from the eroded marble stones. Artist’s website : http://sajjra.net/
Tuned Circuits, the 2021 edition of Oscillation Festival, borrows its title from Daphne Oram, the early electronic composer and instrument inventor. In Oram’s work and writing we glimpse the possibility of a parallel between electronic and biological circuits, and a desire to perceive phenomena simultaneously from various sides. More broadly, the festival looks at practices and phenomena of tuning. Tuning is a fundament of music making. To think in terms of tuning is to think in terms of relations; of one thing coming into consonance or dissonance with another, of one thing colouring and affecting another. It is also to think in terms of time, since tuning requires a process of constant calibration: what is now in tune will not stay that way.
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