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VI. Orlando: Modular Astronony - I immediately started to think about the similarities with variation form – the musical process where a recognizable theme is transformed and re-ordered to reveal new aspects of its character and chose this process of variation as the basis of the Orlando music. Listen to Three Worlds via link in the profile.
Since we are all still stuck in the kitchen - here is your weekly update to my Kitchen Playlist. Messaien reaches for transcendence from Stalag VIII-A in 1940, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith coaxes space dust from her Buchlas, Bill Evans proves that less is more. Stay safe! (LINK IN PROFILE)
One on my favourite collaborations has been producing Vashti Bunyan’s Lookaftering. Kieran Evans’ thoughtful film tells Vashti’s extraordinary story. A beautiful window into the mind of a unique artist. @kierboyo @fatcat_records To see the film check the link in the profile.
The film follows composer and performer Max Richter as he consolidates an ambitious performance of his critically acclaimed eight-hour opus, SLEEP. The film plunges deeply into the artist’s life and process, transcending the work to explore his legacy. Personal reflections from Max Richter, and visual archive from his long-term creative partner, the BAFTA winning filmmaker, Yulia Mahr - the co-architect of SLEEP – help build this intimate portrait – along with contributions that illuminate both the science and story behind the work. Directed by @nat_johns Visit @dogwoof for updates on screenings.
KITCHEN PLAYLIST Updated: A fragment of Laurie Anderson’s landfall, brand new Whitmanesque intertextuality from Dylan, and a tiny piece about Ellis Island from Meredith Monk. (Link in profile!)
Thank you all so much for listening to the SLEEP broadcasts over the weekend. It’s been a special moment for me to experience the music as a listener with you as it has made its way across Europe and further afield. Wishing us all strength and patience.
There is no wrong way to listen to SLEEP. It is an invitation to pause and reflect on our lives. Thank you for joining us tonight for this broadcast happening around the world and thank you @bbcradio3 & @ebu_hq for helping to make this happen. See you on the other side. (Link to broadcast via profile link)
In 2015 we performed SLEEP live for the first time in London @wellcomecollection Since then many of you have joined for performances all over the world. Connect with us again this weekend as @bbcradio3 @ebu_hq & others will re-broadcast our London premiere across the globe. Link in Profile to broadcast info.
Since we are all still spending a lot of time in the kitchen during these strange and disquieting days, here is an update to the Kitchen Playlist. // An extract from my favourite work by William Byrd is followed by Stereolab and then solo violin music by Bach casts light into the shadows. Stay home and stay safe everyone! (Link in the profile)
Listen to SLEEP this weekend - a global broadcast of our 2015 live performance … w/ @bbcradio3 & @ebu_hq (Link in Profile) Five years ago I wrote SLEEP as an invitation to pause our busy lives for a moment. Now we are all facing an unexpected and unwelcome pause. It is far from easy to adjust to this new normal, which daily brings fresh anxiety and suffering to our communities, to those we love, and to ourselves. At this time the magical ability of creativity to elevate our days and to connect us with one another is more valuable than ever, and I’m really happy that BBC Radio 3 and the EBU will allow us to listen all together across the world. Please stay home, stay safe, and enjoy this 8-hour place to rest with those you love. -M
Now we are all spending more time in the kitchen, here is your weekly update to my Kitchen Playlist. This week a Russian synthesist writing the future sound of 1967 in 2020, a piece in praise of mysterious barricades from 1716, and a sublime organ drone study. (Link in Profile)