Sunday, February 27, 2011
All Kinds of Music 4: Sound Patterns
Educational pamphlet by he who can do no wrong, John Paynter. This would be a great companion piece for Kurt Rowland's Pattern and Shape.
Make sounds with stones, draw sounds out of stones, using a number of sizes and kinds (and colours): for the most part discretely; sometimes in rapid sequences. For the most part striking stones with stones, but also stones on other surfaces (inside the open head of a drum, for instance) or other than struck (bowed, for instance, or amplified). Do not break anything.