1. The HangOber

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    Oberlin's senior administrators got together to make this parody of "The Hangover" in honor of the class of 2012.

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    • Oberlin Faculty Profile: Scott Haigh

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      My goal as a teacher is to make myself obsolete, says Teacher of Double Bass Scott Haigh. By training his students to be keen observers, Haigh makes them their own best teachers.

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      • Percussionist - Jamey Haddad

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        Jamey Haddad - Percussionist http://clevelandartsprize.org/awardees/jamey_haddad.html 2010 Mid-Career Award for Music

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        • Childhood Dreamscape

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          from Nadya Primak Added 317 4 0

          It is well known among psychologists today that our early childhood years are also our formative ones. This short film appropriates many public domain clips of old Soviet footage (namely cartoons but also the live action comedy "Wake Up Lenochka!" and "At the Warm Sea" ). I chose to appropriate Soviet cartoons because I spent my very early years in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, till the age of 4 when my family moved to the United States. I was born in 1991 — the following post-soviet years were exceptionally difficult for many Russians. My goal was to reflect on grasping at these strands of memory, before I left Russia. Although these Soviet cartoons aren't the same as the cartoons I saw as a child, I chose them for their strange, melancholic, sometimes disturbing qualities. Apprehension simmers under the surface, as the mind struggles to unveil what the heart has repressed. Near both birth and death we are fragile, and our hearts are exposed. We depend on others for everything. It is this fragility and innocence which I think all of us fear and yet yearn for simultaneously. The video opens with text reading "Time to sleep..." The sound is from a 1957 Moscow Theater performance of Tanya, a novel by Aleksei Arbuzov, adapted for radio. The song is a poem sung by Maria Babanova, written by Vladimir Mayakovsky. It is a love poem, about the fragility of the heart. TRANSLATION OF TEXT/SONG: Narrator (Maria Babanova): Now my childhood is over. You know Lermond, is always seems like my childhood hasn't ended. It's still going on, just in a different city, without me. How thin and tender is human love, And transparent as a crystal. Barely bump it (whilst playing) And it will break, such a shame It happens all the time The more tender your love It happens all the time The more tender, the sooner It could break forever I cherish your image in my heart But my lips are silent Gaze at me with more passion My eyes will tell you everything Now my heart is open If you would like — break it Now my heart is open If you would like — break it But in this heart you will kill yourself My heart beats, a captive bird At least once I must glance at you I cannot live without you I cannot lose you

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          • Faculty Profile: Jamey Haddad

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            Jamey Haddad discusses percussion at Oberlin.

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            • Matt the Bassist

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              from Micha Hilliard Added 163 4 0

              This is the first part of a series I am working on about my close friends and the things they are most passionate about. I want to gain insight into manias and crazes, which are not my own, and also challenge others' to think critically about what they do, feel, and think. [Filmed on Feb. 27, 2011]

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              • Nannou Aphex Twin Trans. Christian Smith

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                A recording of Nannou by Aphex Twin Austin Vaughn, Ryan Packard, Neil Ruby, David Bird, Ben Bacon, Christian Smith this was transcribed by me from August to November 2010.

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                • Compress, Release

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                  Choreographer: Hayley Larson Dancers: Alana Reibstein Caitrin Hughes Jesse Wiener Jessica Lam Kaeli Mogg Lillian White Lucas Burns Miryam Coppersmith Natalia Shevin Noa Fleischacker Rachel Webberman Sakina Lavingia Silvia Sheffield Toby Irving Zoe Martens Hayley Larson Composer/Sound Designer: Sam Fisher Instrumentalists: Crispin Swank-Voice Ethan Philion- Bass James Vitz-Wong- Bass Boris Popadiuk- Cello Will Overcash- Violin Josh Rosner- Guitar Sam Fisher- Piano Lighting Designer: Michael Cunningham Make-Up Artist: Kaeli Mogg Stage Manager: Chelle Fenwick-Smith Promotional Artwork and Title Art: Linus Ignatius Filmed By: Carter McAdams Video/Sound Editing: Sam Fisher Special Thanks to Nusha Martynuk, Daniel James, Peter Swendsen, Oberlin College Aerialists, and our crew. Compress, Release was a senior project collaboration by Hayley Larson and Sam Fisher at Oberlin College/Conservatory respectively. The show took place in Warner Mainspace on Friday, Feb.21 and Saturday, Feb.22, 2014 in Warner Main Space as a student project within the Oberlin College Dance Department.

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                  • Oberlin Faculty Profile: Tom Lopez

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                    TIMARA Professor Tom Lopez tells us how new technology makes it possible for composers to manipulate audio and video in real time and then he shows us, using his own video profile as the raw material.

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                    • The Architecture of Jazz

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                      from Micha Hilliard Added 251 3 0

                      A lyrical journey through the new jazz building at Oberlin College. For more information: http://www.oberlin.edu/kohl/. [Filmed in March, 2011]

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