(over OT) music + architecture


    Apr 07 2006 | 3:34 pm
    Hello,
    Did you have spontaneous *original* examples of composers having *deep* relationships between architecture & music (let's say "sound" to open the field) ? I mean, not the Xenakis ones (Metastaesis + Bruxelles 1958 + Montreal 1967...) nor Le Corbusier, nor golden number (Bartok and so on)...
    best regards
    f.e

    • Apr 07 2006 | 5:32 pm
      Guillaume Dufay? Neither original, nor spontaneous, but maybe one that you overlooked.
      jb
    • Apr 07 2006 | 7:57 pm
      If I remember correctly, there was a thread few times ago about architecture and music on the Microsound mailing list. Maybe you'll find some info in the archives.
      hth
      Julien.
    • Apr 08 2006 | 1:57 am
      Brandon LaBelle have been dealing with this rather extensively both in his own work and in the various publications of errant bodies.
      Best, Trond
    • Apr 10 2006 | 8:40 am
      Thanks Jeremy, Julien & Trond, i'll look at these two guys ! (yes, i forgot about Dufay, shame on me)
      f.e
    • Apr 10 2006 | 9:03 am
      Hi
      i totally forgot about this one, but i have a little book (+ CD i think) named "site of sound: of architecture & the ear" edited by brandon Labelle & steve roden (errant bodies press)
      the cd part are people like wollscheid, hudak, rlm, kubisch...
      of course if it is of any help.....
      best
      kasper
    • Apr 11 2006 | 8:05 pm
      Quote: f.e wrote on Fri, 07 April 2006 08:34 ---------------------------------------------------- > Hello, > > Did you have spontaneous *original* examples of composers having *deep* > relationships between architecture & music (let's say "sound" to open > the field) ? I mean, not the Xenakis ones (Metastaesis + Bruxelles 1958 > + Montreal 1967...) nor Le Corbusier, nor golden number (Bartok and so > on)... > > best regards > > f.e > ----------------------------------------------------
      I have a permanant sound installation in a Frank Gehry building.
      mzed