1. Pendulum Music - Steve Reich

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    from Nicholas Marchese / Added

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    This is a performance of Pendulum Music by Steve Reich, performed by the BC Music & Tech. Intensive 14-15. Taught by: Nicholas Marchese, Rafael Sanchez, & Jason Gaines

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    • ACSO // PENDULUM MUSIC // Test con Hamacas- Barrio de Parque de los Patricios

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      from Sebastian Duran / Added

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      Durante el taller de Activismo Sonoro del año pasado pensamos muchas intervenciones en el espacio publico, este video es una prueba que hicimos adaptando la obra de Steve Reich PENDULLUM MUSIC en una plaza con niñas y niños y obviamente usando Mochis Amplis, Barrio de Parque de los Patricios en el parque Ameghino.

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      • Feedback: Assignment 1

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        from MUS399 EACT Ryan Zubieta / Added

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        Using the same technique Steve Reich describes for his pendulum music, I captured the feedback of microphone swinging above its speaker with high gain. I used the audio as a backdrop for an original composition in my Electroacoustic Composition Techniques class taught at Oregon State University.

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        • Garden of Signals

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          from Jeremy Keenan / Added

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          Garden of Signals expands upon the use of audio feedback in earlier sound works, forming an autonomous sonic artwork that uses feedback as a sound material and as a process. Like pieces such as Steve Reich’s Pendulum Music (1968), and Microphone by David Tudor (1973), or the later work of Agostino Di Scipio, Garden of Signals is born from material possibilities at the heart of sound reproduction. Garden of Signals was initiated with an interest in remote signals, such as mobile telephones, and how they affect the movement of human bodies in physical space when we respond to them. The pervasive multitude of distant signals appears to be a random and invisible process, but has a tangible influence on the domain of the flesh. The loudness of the feedback coming from each of the 6 speakers is measured, and then influences the movement of each guitar pickup, which further changes the fluctuating loudness of the feedback coming out of the speakers. In this way, the collective relationship between the sound from the speakers and the movement of the guitar pickups creates continuously shifting patterns of sound. Garden of Signals was realised within the framework of the 2012 Artist-in-residence Program of the Gas Natural Fenosa Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC) in A Coruña, Galicia, Spain. Guitar pickups, speakers, motors, purpose-built code. Jeremy Keenan, October/November 2013. Camera by Juan Lesta: http://esferobite.com/dsk/

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          • Pendulum Music - for four torches, four optical synths and four performers

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            MortonUnderwood performance of Steve Reich's Pendulum Music at Birmingham Symphony Hall on the 5th of March 2013, as part of the THSH Beyond Classical series - www.thsh.co.uk/event/beyond-classical-special/ For this performance we used four torches and four optical synths. Performed in near darkness. Performers: 1. Antonio Roberts 2. Neil Bolland 3. Unknown 4. Unknown We are trying to find out the names of the remaining two performers if anyone has any leads... It's loud; ENJOY! www.mortonunderwood.co.uk

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            • Pendulum music

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              from Kaikangwol Rungsakorn / Added

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              Pendulum music by Steve Reich Performed at Alison house, Edinburgh, 13 May 2013 Performers: Kaikangwol Rungsakorn, Bowen Wu, Terry Peng

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              • PENDULUM MUSIC / STEVE REICH / 1968

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                Part of the exhibition "There's a difference between a shaky or out-of-focus photograph and a snapshot of clouds and fog banks" Erwin Schrödinger. ECAL, November 2012, 2nd year Bachelor in Visual Arts. Filmed and edited by Fleur Bernet and Natacha Donzé, with help from Jean-Guillaume Sonnier Performed by Simon Acevedo, Mathieu Cart, Simon Paccaud & Olivier Schuppisser

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                • Reich Pendulum - Université Lyon 2

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                  Pendulum music de Steve Reich Concert USA Les pionniers américains organisé par Grame, Conservatoire de Lyon et Université Lyon 2 le 11 octobre 2012 au Grand Amphithéâtre de l'Université Lumière Lyon 2.

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                  • TRASH PENDULUM MUSIC

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                    from leonello / Added

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                    El jueves 06.11.12 nos juntamos en el taller de Nico Bacal y montamos una versión un poco gambiarra http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gambiarra de pendulum music, usando parlantes como micrófonos y una mochila-amplificador, entre otras cosas. Leímos La música como proceso gradual y después fuimos al concierto en el que Steve Reich abrió tocando Clapping Music. Participamos en la movida / / / / / / F Á t i m a / / / / / M i C a / / / D i N A / / M a t I L d e / / / / D a m i Á N / / / L e O p o l D O / / / / / / N i c O / / / / / L e o n e l l O

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                    • Pendulum

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                      from Jessica Lynch / Added

                      Documentation of an installation/performance by Jessica Lynch and Amy Mills at Massachusetts College of Art, 2011. 4 microphones and one electric guitar suspended over 5 amplifiers. Based on Steve Reich's "Pendulum Music"

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