NEW WRITINGS OF SOUND AND MUSIC// Nikos Harizanos // The Chambered Nautilus op.118
*Prénom : Harizanos
*Site : www.nickosharizanos.com
*Titre de l’œuvre : The Chambered Nautilus op,118
*Instrumentation ou modalités d’interprétation : Female Voice, Trumpet, Piano and, Percussion
Comment décrieriez-vous cette forme d’écriture du sonore et/ou du musical ?
How would you describe this form of writing sound and / or music?
I could describe it as a combination of graphic score and a director’s instructons pallete.
Comment, selon vous, votre proposition peut elle être interprétée ?
How do you think your proposal can be interpreted.
Many of my works of mine written in this notation applie to a specific instrumentation but almost many others are written for an open instrumentation.
Quelles significations ou niveau supplémentaire apporte cette forme d’écriture particulière à la performance et/ou à l’interprétation de l’œuvre ?
What meanings or additional level provides this particular form of writing to the performance and / or to the interpretation of the work?
I have done a research on this specific notation system for more than 7 years. It was one of my research proposals for my PhD studies in Cardiff University. Also I have completed an Opera under this notation – a director’s full score than also many other instructions of art forms are on it. My Opera was written for Soprano, Bass, Viola da Gamba, Electric Base, Female Dancer, Actor, two Video Projections and pre recorded material.
Also in August, during the Tempora – Site Annual Conference, this year in Sofia, Bulgaria I will give a seminar about this notation as a pedagogical system for amateurs and professional musicians.