2016 - 19th Annual Steven Galovich Memorial Student Symposium

Presentation Title

Neighbor & Friends

Student Presenter(s) and Advisor

Ashley Williams, Lake Forest CollegeFollow

Location

Calvin Durand Study Lounge

Abstract

An original composition created in Music 225: Introduction to Electronic Music during the fall of 2015. This piece was written in the program Logic Pro. 1) These works emerge from the final projects in Music 225. 2) They are each responding to the particular challenges of creating a cohesive electronic music composition using the tools of the software programs we've been using during the course. The assignment was open in terms of musical style and content. These were selected for inclusion in the Symposium by a ballot at the final concert in the semester---so in a very real sense, these are the audience choices. 3) The composers will discuss their compositional process, their models, and what they were trying to accomplish musically in their pieces.

Presentation Type

Performance

Start Date

4-5-2016 1:00 PM

End Date

4-5-2016 2:15 PM

Panel

Influence and Innovation: Original Musical Compositions

Panel Moderator

Don Meyer

Field of Study for Presentation

Music

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Neighbor & Friends

Calvin Durand Study Lounge

An original composition created in Music 225: Introduction to Electronic Music during the fall of 2015. This piece was written in the program Logic Pro. 1) These works emerge from the final projects in Music 225. 2) They are each responding to the particular challenges of creating a cohesive electronic music composition using the tools of the software programs we've been using during the course. The assignment was open in terms of musical style and content. These were selected for inclusion in the Symposium by a ballot at the final concert in the semester---so in a very real sense, these are the audience choices. 3) The composers will discuss their compositional process, their models, and what they were trying to accomplish musically in their pieces.