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Christmas broadcasts – Resonance Radio Orchestra: Sketch for Ascent & Descent from Outlandia at 5.40pm

December 27th, 2014 · No Comments

Tam at Outlandia by Bruce Gilchrist

At 5.40pm, continuing our broadcast of works by the Resonance Radio Orchestra, the site specific radio art work Second Sketch for Ascent and Descent, featuring Tam Dean Burn (voice), shepherd Ewen Campbell (whistling), Miriam Iowerth (xylophone), Peter Lanceley (guitar, voice), Charlie Menzies (fiddle), and Michael Umney (piano). The piece with text by Ed Baxter was commissioned by London Fieldworks as part of summer 2014’s Remote Performances. Photograph: Bruce Gilchrist. Special thanks to Norman.

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Resonance Radio Orchestra – Buddy Holly’s Suitcase with Art Terry, live at Science Gallery London

December 27th, 2014 · No Comments

Buddy Hollys Suitcase live SGLPU

The fourth piece in this afternoon’s sequence of the Resonance Radio Orchestra’s Sketches for Ascent and Descent (at c. 5.25pm) is a live performance of Buddy Holly’s Suitcase realised on 10 September 2014 at the opening of the Science Gallery London’s Frequencies: Tune Into Life was realised at the Science Gallery London Pop Up, London, on. The text by Ed Baxter, ccommissioned by Jim Whelton, is a meditation on Bergsonian time. The performance features Sarah Angliss (theremin), Ed Baxter (electric bass), James Dunn (tinnitus analyser and electronics), Peter Lanceley (electric guitar) and Art Terry (voice). Photo (showing Art Terry and James Dunn): Maria Dina Diniz. Yet more follows…

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Resonance Radio Orchestra with Dudley Sutton at the Science Museum

December 27th, 2014 · No Comments

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The third piece in this afternoon’s sequence of the Resonance Radio Orchestra’s Sketches for Ascent & Descent (at c. 5.05pm) was realised at the Science Museum‘s Media Space on the opening night of Aleks Kolkowski’s exhibition The Exponential Horn: In Search of Perfect Sound, 19 May 2014. The Orchestra comprised Ed Baxter (text, score, electric bass), Dudley Sutton (voice), Adam Bushell (vibraphone), Peter Lanceley (electric guitar, voice), Chris Weaver, Sarah Washington and Knut Aufermann (electronics). Text commissioned by Benedict Drew. Image by Jennie Hills, Science Museum.
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