1. Paduana in a minor by Reusner


    from Daniel Shoskes / Added

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    Paduana from the suite in a minor by Reusner for Baroque lute. Performed by Robert Barto at the 2008 LSA seminar in Cleveland.

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    • Paduana in A minor by Reusner for Baroque Lute


      from Daniel Shoskes / Added

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      A Paduana (Pavane) by Esaias Reusner for baroque lute. Incredibly beautiful but also a difficult study in using the lower courses for melody and ornamentation. Performed by Daniel Shoskes on an 11 course Tomlinson lute strung in gut.

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      • Painting Marie Antoinette


        from Laura Wächter / Added

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        • Paisane in A Major by SL Weiss for Baroque Lute


          from Daniel Shoskes / Added

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          A Paisane (Paysanne) from the sonata in A major in the Dresden manuscript (Smith-Crawford #16). This charming and challenging sonata exists in 5 manuscripts but has only been recorded once so far. Played by Daniel Shoskes on 13 course baroque lute, built by Andy Rutherford.

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          • ◥ panGenerator @ Galeria 2.0


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            Video documentation from our latest exhibition hosted by Galeria 2.0 ( Gallery 2.0 ) at ASP ( Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw ).

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            • Pantaloon, by David Grieve (ms. Balcarres 104)


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              David Grieve's version of the "Bergamasca", the all-European standard of the time, comes from the Scottish baroque lute manuscript "Balcarres Lute Book", the number of the piece is 104, and the page is 67. The instrument is 11-course baroque lute made by Lauri Niskanen 2011. Arto Wikla 25.9.2012.

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              • Parade of Serendipity


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                This is an exercise in experimentation. The first piece I've ever composed (to be projected) - basically psychedelic, electro, baroque, ambient plunderphonics. I was recently inspired by the animation Paprika's theme song Parade (Hirasawa Susumu) and Oneohtrix Point Never's Still Life (Beta Male). Beyond that, the video clips originated from my experimentation with Processing (a lot of the original code is credited to Amnon Owed). In regards to the moving dots, I was converting the Processing files from .mov to .mp4 when I realised that every time I previewed the .mp4, it would glitch out and make random colours and patterns in Quicktime, so I caught the screenshots. Later, I realised that the patterns sometime corresponded to the imagery on my browser - for example, the words “Adaptation after Metalogue” appeared in large green lettering on one of the glitches for a second before it dissolved into incoherence, and it was the title of one of the articles I was reading on Triple Canopy. The way the machine adapts itself into the visual language of my browsing patterns is very meta, like the ghost in its shell is interpreting the rhythm of my data. Rather than an artwork, I feel as though I have created a framework for randomised, serendipitous chance. This fits in with my work related to the New Aesthetic and metamodernism in general - to look at the world from the perspective of something that is not you [ a machine ]. Something seductive, mesmerising despite its controlled chaos. Something created by choice but also largely by accident: a parade of such seemingly randomised lunacy we forget a parade is an organised event in itself.

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                • Paraphrase


                  from Balázs Tóth / Added

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                  University project, made for class called Visual researches. Our task was to make a paraphrase of a baroque still life. My choice was Still-Life with Plate of Apples and Orange Blossom of the spanish painter Juan de Zurbarán. The goal was to demolish the composition by fracturing the VHS while the stages of destruction are happening. The result is the medium destroys the subject.

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                  • Paraphrase of a paraphrase


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                    Music: Tomas Dvorak - The Prison A school project.

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                    • Parla il MIA


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                      The result of my 3 months of internship at TPO in Prato, Italy, my final project for the Multimedia-Master in Florence Please feel free to write me what you think of it...

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