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Gilgamesh : a multimedia concerto for violin, electroacoustic music, live audio signal processing, object performers, and film

Title
Gilgamesh : a multimedia concerto for violin, electroacoustic music, live audio signal processing, object performers, and film / by Douglas Geers.
Author
Geers, Douglas.
Publication
2002.

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Notated musicUse in library FC30- 66,841Off-site
Notated musicUse in library 21.1 G271 G3Off-site

Details

Additional Authors
Geers, Douglas.
Description
1 score (iv, 88 leaves); 28 cm.
Subjects
Note
  • "Gilgamesh is a one-hour work utilizing music and visuals to retell the ancient Mesopotamian epic of Gilgamesh... Essentially, the piece is a staged violin concerto, in which the traditional orchestra is replaced by interactive electronic music, an installation of objects, and a live puppeteer"--Leaf 39.
  • Necessary software for performance includes Max/MSP software and EA-7 sound processing software available from the composer.
  • Title from score t.p. (leaf 36).
  • Department: Music.
  • Commentary: leaves iv, 1-35; Score: leaves 36-88.
  • Commentary has title: Oblique strategies : thoughts on how I compose music.
Thesis (note)
  • Thesis (D.M.A.)--Columbia University, 2002.
Additional Formats (note)
  • Also available via the World Wide Web;
System Details (note)
  • Equipment required for performance includes wireless microphone, digital mixer, audio playback system, digital reverb unit, one or two CD players, Peavey 1600x MIDI Command Station.
OCLC
ocm52835448
Owning Institutions
Columbia University Libraries