1. musical table

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    from Fiona Dowling / Added

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    For the Five Lamps Festival 2014, we will turn a kitchen table into a musical instrument that can be played by up to four people at a time. Based on the principle of the African thumb piano (where sound is obtained by pressing metal tongues attached to a wooden resonator), Fiona Dowling and musician/instrument maker Andrew Ilsley propose to build a musical table that can be played by up to four people simultaneously. The table will look like a normal table, all laid and ready for a meal to take place on it, except that the cutlery will be attached to the table so that notes come from the knives, forks and spoons when their handles are plucked. The table will be displayed during the festival, and the public will be welcome to sit at it and play, either solo, or in duets, trios or quartet. http://www.fivelampsarts.ie/new/musical-table/

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    • musical table

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      from kyouei design / Added

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      www.kyouei-ltd.co.jp/ The musical table installed 504 volumes on the top plate, and there are 504 musical box movements which play only a single sound in the point of the 5-m electric line extended from there. The motor revolving speed of the musical boxes are adjusted by the volume of the table, and the musical boxes play sound at random.

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      • 10x10, A Table

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        from Martha Skinner / Added

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        JOIN US: 10x10 A Table will be performed and created again at UNC Asheville Highsmith Union during the opening reception of Our Stories, Our Voices traveling exhibit on March 1st. Let me know, if you want to draw and make music with us. Email me at skinnermartha@gmail.com ABOUT THE PROJECT: Influenced by the Musical Chairs game and referencing the 100 stories that the exhibit emerges from, 10x10 A Table (to be pronounced in two languages with slightly different meanings...) is a collective drawing performed and created by 10 local immigrants to the stop and go rhythm of the music created and performed by another 10 local immigrants during the opening of Our Stories/ Our Voices exhibit. Visitors of all ages joined the artists in drawing, expanding the collectivity and also participating in the creation of this drawing. Through drawing and music, the most basic cross-cultural mediums of communication, the immigrant artists share collective memory of transformation to reveal a permanent layered image of their emerging faces. Faces on top of faces, gestures on top of gestures gesticulate and represent the many faces of immigration and the transformation that takes place when one merges the stories of two cultures, and when many emigrants/immigrants merge their memory of that transition with those of others. 10x10 A Table was performed and exhibited at the ARTERY, home of the Asheville Arts Council during December 2011 as part of the Our Voices, Our Stories traveling exhibit. Another drawing will be performed and created at UNC Asheville, at the Highsmith Union Gallery on March 1st. PARTICIPANTS: Thanks to all who participated: Loida Ginocchio-Silva, Pheonyx Roldan Smith, Luis E. Laverde Tobón, Maria Rusafova, Jakub Markulis, Brista Hristova, James Cassara, Boryan Markulis, Oscar Feinberg, Raina, Aia Rios, Roby-Moser, Elisa Faires, Charles Faires, Ekua Adisa, Adriana, Tara Meadows, Jonathan Santos, Kitty Love... and others... 10x10, A Table is a project led by Martha Skinner from Colombia for 10^10 and for the "exponential power of collective participation". The Our Stories/Our Voices exhibit, which documents the stories of “new North Carolinians as a means of beginning to grow new understanding of the common humanity of all residents in WNC.” is curated by Victor Palomino and is supported by The Coalition of Latin American Organizations (COLA), Latino Advocacy Coalition (LAC), Center for Participatory Change (CPC), Workers Center of WNC, and Nuestro Centro. As well as The Center for Diversity Education, NC Arts Council, and The Asheville Area Arts Council. video sound piece by Charlie Bryant for more images and information on the project visit http://www.field-office.com/10to10NEW/events/

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        • Musical Table

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          from Boxed Music Drums / Added

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          wear headphones for best quality! www.boxedmusicdrums.com

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          • Table Drum

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            from Boxed Music Drums / Added

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            This is a 10 note accent table from Boxed Music made of canary wood. listen with headphones for best quality www.boxedmusicdrums.com

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            • Musical Table

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              from haeyoung kim / Added

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              The Musical Table is a toy table that allows kids to play musical phrases by moving toys around the surface.Each of seven switches can play different musical phrases in four bases, making 27 different musical phrases in total. Some of the phrases are musically related and some of them are not. This toy table can help kids to develop musicality by playing phrases in logical order. The table also allows you to play two phrases at the same time. Depending on which phrases are played together, the sounds can be melodic or chaotic. Tutorials on how to make at http://www.instructables.com/id/Musical-Table/

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