A Concert with Striking Force: Leave Your Mark on the Music

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Resumé

An hour before the percussion concert, members of the audience are already filling the foyer of the Copenhagen Opera House. Something special is to happen before the doors to the concert hall open. Percussion instruments—bass drums, bongos, and even a marimba—are exhibited, and people are encouraged to play them. Besides playing the instruments, the audience is invited to record sounds and movements (clapping, stomping, finger snapping, etc.) that can be produced using their own bodies. Later, people were pleasantly surprised when they experienced that the movements they had made were incorporated into the concert by being projected on a large video-screen. The VJ on stage linked the recordings live to a composition written by one of the percussionists.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelHow the Lion Learned to Moonwalk : And Other Stories on How to Design for Classical Music Experiences
RedaktørerRichard Topgaard
Antal sider6
Udgivelses stedMalmö
ForlagMalmö University
Publikationsdato2014
Sider72-77
Kapitel8
ISBN (Trykt)978-91-7104-619-2
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-91-7104-620-8
StatusUdgivet - 2014

Kunstnerisk udviklingsvirksomhed (KUV)

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Citer dette

Steijn, A. (2014). A Concert with Striking Force: Leave Your Mark on the Music. I R. Topgaard (red.), How the Lion Learned to Moonwalk: And Other Stories on How to Design for Classical Music Experiences (s. 72-77). Malmö: Malmö University.
Steijn, Arthur. / A Concert with Striking Force : Leave Your Mark on the Music. How the Lion Learned to Moonwalk: And Other Stories on How to Design for Classical Music Experiences. red. / Richard Topgaard. Malmö : Malmö University, 2014. s. 72-77
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Steijn, A 2014, A Concert with Striking Force: Leave Your Mark on the Music. i R Topgaard (red.), How the Lion Learned to Moonwalk: And Other Stories on How to Design for Classical Music Experiences. Malmö University, Malmö, s. 72-77.

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How the Lion Learned to Moonwalk: And Other Stories on How to Design for Classical Music Experiences. red. / Richard Topgaard. Malmö : Malmö University, 2014. s. 72-77.

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