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VRIJ 02.09.11
FEESTELIJKE HEROPENING VD VOLKSKEUKEN!
ZA 03.09.11
“COLLAPSUS” (theater)
Ragna Aurich & Kurt Vandendriesche
ZO 04.09.11
“COLLAPSUS” (theater)
Ragna Aurich & Kurt Vandendriesche
VRIJ 09.09.11
MAC BENNIE BURGERPALEIS
JASPER TX (se)
KABOOM KARAVAN (be)
KOSMISCHE KEUTERBOEREN (be)
ZA 10.09.11
TWEAK BIRD (vs)
BAD BODY (vk)
TANGLED HORNS (be)
VRIJ 16.09.11
Volxkeuken Deluxe
ZA 17.09.11
"IN PROGRESS,
a symphonic poem about life"
Gents Universitair Symfonisch Orkest + !!
VRIJ 23.09.11
Volxkeuken Deluxe
ELECTRONIC MUSIC FILMS:
"THE DELIAN MODE"
"WHAT THE FUTURE SOUNDED LIKE"
DO 29.09.11
"ROEST" (theater)
CAM DEAS / JACK ALLETT Duo
score "DECASIA"
VRIJ 30.09.11
"ROEST" (theater)
VRIJDAG 23.09.2011
Volxkeuken Deluxe
19:00
Event, Film
ELECTRONIC MUSIC FILMS:
"THE DELIAN MODE"
"WHAT THE FUTURE SOUNDED LIKE"
21:00

"The Delian Mode is a a short experimental documentary revolving around the life and work of electronic music pioneer Delia Derbyshire, best known for her groundbreaking sound treatment of the Doctor Who theme music. A collage of sound and image created in the spirit of Derbyshire’s unique approach to audio creation and manipulation, this film illuminates such soundscapes onscreen while paying tribute to a woman whose work has influenced electronic musicians for decades.

 

The film features interviews with Brian Hodgson and Dick Mills of the now defunct BBC Radiophonic Workshop, the founder of Electronic Music Studios Peter Zinovieff, musicians Peter Kember (Sonic Boom), Adrian Utley (Portishead) and Ann Shenton (Add N to X) as well as other friends and colleagues of Delia."

 

Duration: 25 minutes

Written and directed by Kara Blake (can)

www.thedelianmode.com

 

 

"What The Future Sounded Like colours in a lost chapter in music history, uncovering a group of composers and innovators who harnessed technology and new ideas to re-imagine the boundaries of music and sound.

 

Comprising of pioneering electronic musicians Peter Zinovieff and Tristram Cary (famed for his work on the Dr Who series) and genius engineer David Cockerell, EMS’s studio was one of the most advanced computer-music facilities in the world. EMS’s great legacy is the VCS3, Britain’s first synthesizer and rival of the American Moog. The VCS3 changed the sounds of some of the most popular artists of this period including Brian Eno, Hawkwind and Pink Floyd. Almost thirty years on the VCS3 is still used by modern electronic artists like The Emperor Machine. "

 

Duration: 27 minutes

Directed by Matthew Bate (aus)

www.whatthefuturesoundedlike.com

 

GRATIS !!

verwant
18.11.2011
ELECTRONIC MUSIC FILMS:
"DECONSTRUCTING DAD"
"BASSLINE, BASELINE"
09.03.2012
ELECTRONIC MUSIC FILMS:
"PRACTICAL ELECTRONICA"
"CHROMASONICS" 8mm archive reel
"EMS 8"
29.09.2005
Kontra Cinema
"MOOG"
23.09.2011
ELECTRONIC MUSIC FILMS:
"THE DELIAN MODE"
"WHAT THE FUTURE SOUNDED LIKE"
04.05.2012
ELECTRONIC MUSIC FILMS:
"TOTALLY WIRED"
+ ANDREAS SCHNEIDER Workshop!
13.04.2006
Kontra Cinema
"HAACK"
29.09.2011
CAM DEAS / JACK ALLETT Duo
score "DECASIA"
26.11.2011
GANGPOL & MIT (fr)
+ EEKHOORN X
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