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Kenneth Kirschner – Indeterminate Series. Label: Natural Media – NM006. Format: File, MP3. Country: Argentina. Through the use of built-in chance procedures, each piece is both indeterminate in composition (it will be different on each listening), and indefinite in duration (the piece will play continuously for as long as the listener wishes).
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Composer Kenneth Kirschner was born in 1970 and lives in New York City. He is known for his open source approach to music, his experiments with software-based indeterminate composition, and his interest in adapting the insights and aesthetics of 20th century composers such as Morton Feldman and John Cage to the context of contemporary digital music.
Indeterminate or chance music can be divided into three groups: (1) the use of random procedures to produce a determinate, fixed score, (2) mobile form, and (3) indeterminate notation, including graphic notation and texts. The first group includes scores in which the chance element is involved only in the process of composition, so that every parameter is fixed before their performance. In the second type of indeterminate music (the only type of indeterminate music according to Cage's definition), chance elements involve the performance. Notated events are provided by the composer, but their arrangement is left to the determination of the performer. According to Cage, examples include Johann Sebastian Bach's Art of Fugue, Morton Feldman's Intersection 3, Earle Brown's Four Systems, and Christian Wolff's Duo for Pianists II (Cage 1961, 35–39).
Kenneth Kirschner and Joshue Ott’s Variant in ‘Inside/Out’ at Eyebeam (all images courtesy Christine Butler unless otherwise noted). It’s the album that doesn’t stop, says Kirschner. And, at the same time, it’s an ever-fluctuating artistic playground. By that argument, Kirschner says, there’s no reason why a recording has to stay the same each time you hear it. It can be intelligent, adaptive, interactive.
Kenneth Kirschner 1970. kenneth kirschner ( 1970) 04:46:26 (excerpts from infinite) (2008): 8th of september 2005 (i). (play). kenneth kirschner ( 1970) filaments & voids (2008): 4. march 16, 2006 (v). kenneth kirschner ( 1970) 04:46:26 (excerpts from infinite) (2008): 20th of april 2005 (i). kenneth kirschner ( 1970) filaments & voids (2008): 2. september 11, 1996 (i). Other listen.
5. Active Listening Love into Concrete by Judah Adashi.
|1||May 3, 2005|
|2||July 29, 2004|
|3||August 10, 2005|
|4||September 8, 2005|
|5||October 15, 2005|
- Programmed By – Craig Swann
NotesThrough the use of built-in chance procedures, each piece is both indeterminate in composition (it will be different on each listening), and indefinite in duration (the piece will play continuously for as long as the listener wishes).
Performer: Kenneth Kirschner
Title: Indeterminate Series
Date of release: 2006
Style: Minimal, Contemporary, Experimental
Size MP3: 1689 mb
Size FLAC: 1331 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
Other Formats: VQF DMF RA XM DXD TTA VOC