Step in Step out - workshop piece exploring the nature and practice of free improvisation in music.
The Liverpool quartet is a research and development group for the music system 50:50
Just a minute - an outline for a workshop or performance featuring one-minute improvisations
John Stevens’ ‘Sustain Piece’
John Stevens’ ‘Dot piece’
FAILURE Co-labs: collaborations with Mary Pearson and Alena Kudera (fashion designer)
A series of mind maps exploring the nature and practice of delivering a workshop on the subject of free improvisation
Click the image or this link to find the start page for a series of mind maps: URL LINK
This presentation is in the incubation phase so please cut the author, Mr. Morton some slack, feedback and engagement in the process are desirable.
End - to be continued
System 5050 and the density index
Phil Morton's observations and speculations from research work with system 5050 using the `trio`
The trio played short pieces 4-6 minutes long, which will produce a musical experience whose soundings could be described as `thin`
The trio also used two ratio settings on the manual chess clocks, 50:50 and 33:66 - refer to the video for details.
The observations and speculations from his listening body are
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