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Composed by Richard Hoadley.
Performed by Richard Hoadley, January 17th, Visualise Future Fluxus, Cambridge, UK, and May 13th by Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Kettle's Yard.
This is live, automatically generated music for synthesised piano and pianist. The programme constructs the material, synthesises the sound and translates some of this material into traditional music notation which is then performed by the pianist moments later.
The piece is primarily composed in the music programming environment, SuperCollider.
This piece uses the software INScore and Guido significantly, both currently being developed by the Grame Computer Music Research Lab.
Fluxus #04/120202b from Richard Hoadley on Vimeo.
Fluxus v004-120121c from Richard Hoadley on YouTube.
Fluxus #08 from Richard Hoadley on Vimeo.
Papers involving Fluxus
None at present
Other video and audio examples
Guest curator Bronac Ferran has written about the event Images documenting aspects of the event from Shameela Beeloo at http://photographing.carbonmade.com/