Saunders: “The piece involves a source recording from a different location being played back, with players reinforcing sounds in both the recording and immediate environment. Each realisation is recorded and forms the recording for the next realisation.” James Saunders Paul Whitty Somewhere a Field
Archive for July, 2014
“The Archive of Recorded Sound is delighted to announce that the Richard Maxfield Collection (ARS.0074) can now be listened to online, via the collection’s finding aid on the Online Archive of California. This collection features nine distinct works by electronic music composer Richard Maxfield, composed between 1959-1964, four of which are believed to be previously […]
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Watch streaming video of James Saunders’ Instruments with Recordings, performed for Bang the Bore at Cafe Kino, Bristol, 5th January 2014.
Stream the entirety of Urs Leimgruber and Roger Turner’s excellent performance for Bang the Bore at Cafe Kino, Bristol, 5th January 2014.