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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Savić , Miroslav Miša: "Train Re - Mix "  



Basic information

  • Title: 
    "Train Re - Mix "
  • Duration (in minutes): 
  • Year of composition: 
  • First performance (year): 
  • First performance (venue): 
    Installation " Train Re - Mix " was first performed at the eponymous exhibition at the Block Gallery on December 23th 2012
  • First performance (performers): 
    Visual identity : Dragomir Nikolić Čeda Sound Mix : Miroslav Miša Savić


  • Program notes: 

    In the spring of 2009 I completed archiving of all my musical works (performed music recordings, electroacoustic and computer works, music for ballet, film, sound installations and scores, videos) in digital form on one 500 GB HD. The device disappeared under the undefined circumstances. The lost archive contained a lot of only copies of those works that have been worked exclusively in a digital format, mainly electro-acoustic and computer music and unprinted scores. After the initial shock I have tried to find my subconscious and self-destructive impulse out and decided to seriously deal with the problem by raising it to a higher level which would consist in archeology of remaining works and their reconstruction and re-interpretation in a new form that will itself be a work of art. An extract of this procedure is "Train Re-Mix", review of my own work assessed in the whole and / or fragments of compositions that have been preserved as a music sheet, tapes or other formats. In a paradoxical way, they are "ready-made music” or “musique trouvée “, but not as found but as the rest, de-archived material. Performing materials consist of the following pieces/fragments:

    1.1 „10“ for piano
    1.2 „10“ for piano and delay
    1.3 „10“ for two or more pianos
    1.4 „ABC Music“ for piano and tape
    1.5 „10“ for gong
    1.6 „10“ for gong and delay

    2.1 „Messiana“, suite for piano
    2.2 „Beggata“ for harpsichord
    2.3 „Linker“ for harpsichord
    2.4 „Duo for Duo“ for two pianos
    2.5 „Tango“ for bandoneon, flute, clarinet and basoon
    2.6 „ABC Bossa nova“ for women choir and percussions

    3.1 „10/II-1“ for three trumpets, two trombones, two pianos, harp and gong
    3.2 „10/II-2“ for lute, mandoline, guitar, harp, piano, harpsichord, violin, viola and violoncello
    3.3 „10/III-1,000,000,000“ for flute, alt saxpiano, el. piano, harpsichord, vibraphone, marimba, glokenspiel and metalophone
    3.4 „Great A“ for piano, synthesizer, el. guitar and el.bass
    3.5 „Doktor Faustus“ for violin, piano, bass clarinet, trombone and string orchestra
    3.6 „4 2 3“ for quartet of saxsophones

    4.1 „Messiaen Trio“ for violin, violoncello and piano
    4.2 „ABC Music“ for band
    4.3 „Anti ABC Music“ for band
    4.4 „Music Hologram NT“ for ensemble
    4.5 „Milena“ for flute, violoncello and timpani
    4.6 „Metropolis B“ for chamber orchestra

    5.1 „Six Wiews onto One“ for harpsichord and tape
    5.2 „Euro Cage“ for tape
    5.3 „Music of Drip of Water“ for tape
    5.4 „Dripping: from Bach to Cage“, for Ginger ensemble and live elcetronics
    5.5 „ABC Bolero“ for flute and tape
    5.6 „Arival of Departure“, for violoncello and tape

    6.0 34’12“ for tape
    6.1 „Kepler's Motet“, for tape
    6.2 „Orthogonal Order“ for tape
    6.3 „M: from the Music School Yard“, for tape
    6.4 „Prepaed Piano Sound“, for tape
    6.5 „Wall, Star, Bell, Tail“, for tape
    6.6 „Articulation of time – Articulation of Space“, for tape

    The arrangement of the composition is organized on the principle of movement of sound sources according to the time of origin: recent works are more in the front and the older are moving away from the listening position.

  • Technical specs: 

    „Train Re-Mix“ – TECHNICAL LIST
    1. Two DVD players
    2. Four active loudspeakers
    3. Cables

    Duration: Video and sound are emitted in loop as long as needed.




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