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Second Sundays #3 – Marc Sabat
11/03/2018 - 17:00 (doors 16:30)

This session focusses on Berlin composer Marc Sabat’s pieces using “tuneable intervals”, a harmonic system he has built up and crafted over a rich body of work. He writes: “In John Cage and the Theory of Harmony composer James Tenney described an idea of “harmonic space” — a network of connections between tones, based on frequency interactions which our auditory cognition system automatically recognises. His idea is a development of the tonality diamonds described by Harry Partch and lattices in Ben Johnston’s “extended” just intonation. I call these special, perceptible frequency relationships “tuneable intervals”. Their combinations in various acoustic and electronic constellations form the harmonic basis of my music.”

SOUNDS
Sébastien Roux, Deborah Walker, Yannick Guédon, Cyprien Busolini - Les Disparitions - 5/6/21
Selu Herraiz - Care (excerpt) - 28/7/2021
Nichola Scrutton - Improvisations/Sounding the Space 1


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