Object based learning is a fun way to learn about a topic or time period. In the box on the table is an object that will kick off our learning journey.
You have 10 minutes to find out everything you can about the object. You are free to use any means of research available to you. You can work with a team, as a class, or as an individual.
After 20 minutes, we will discuss what you learned, why you think the object is important and relate it to our work together.
Bob Ostertag—Sooner Or Later (part one) (1991)
Iannis Xenakis—Concret PH (1958)
Alan Lamb—Beauty (from Primal Image) (1986)
Jack Body—Prelude: Azan (Call to Prayer) (from Suara – Environmental Music From Java) (1993)
Jack Body—Epilogue: Sawangan (Pigeon Whistles) (from Suara – Environmental Music From Java)
Pierre Schaeffer—Étude aux chemins de fer (1948)
Sarah Peebles—First Kitchen (South Shinjuku Area) (from 108—Walking Through Tokyo…) (2002)
John Cage—Williams Mix (1952)
Tod Dockstader—Traveling Music (from Apocalypse) (1961)
Pink Floyd—Bike (from The Piper at the Gates of Dawn) (1967)
Francisco López—La Selva (excerpt) (from La Selva) (1998)
Kaffe Matthews—the last of the violins, 14 (from cd dd) (2001)
Recipe for Musique Concrete: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZpwbXDleDw
Sampling as Instrumentation: How Recorded Noise Found Its Way into Music:
What is music? What is noise? Are they the same thing?
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