2008/09/04

visual music



In the 70's, Rainer Wehinger created a visual listening score to accompany Gyorgy Ligeti's Artikulation. I (not me, someone) scanned the pages and synchronized them with the music.

6 comments:

Adrian said...

That was wonderful.

scztt said...

Huh, I knew that looked familiar. I went to school with Don Craig, the fellow who made that.

zhao said...

Don Craig? so it's not by Rainer Wehinger? I'm confused...

scztt said...

Hmm, actually, I could mistaken. I came into contact with it through Don - he was doing work along these lines at the time, so I assumed he had either made it himself, or at least made the video from the scanned copy. Perhaps he just stumbled on to it through the magic of the internet.

the ratiofarm said...

reminiscent of Cornelius Cardew's Treatise.

zhao said...

speaking of which, someone was saying the Hat recording of Treatise is absolute shit, and is not realized according to Cardew's instruction, in fact a complete disaster. but i love it as it is the only version i know --- anyone have any other version of it?????