Apparitions of The Four Pillars in The Midwinter Starfield Symmetry under The 72:81:88 Confluence

| ensemble and symmetrical harmonic sine waves | ca. 190 Minutes


Apparitions of The Four Pillars in The Midwinter Starfield Symmetry under The 72:81:88 ConfluenceRandy Gibson

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Reviews

| 2016

Apparitions of The Four Pillars in The Midwinter Starfield Symmetry under The 72:81:88 Confluence
Rebecca Lentjes brings historical insight to the Apparitions experience for I Care If You Listen

"Gibson's work engages with rhythms and temporality existing outside of our socially-constructed rhythms, offering a glimpse of time outside of time."

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in a setting of Quadrilateral Starfield Symmetry A:L Base 11:273 in a light environment by Kryssy Wright: The 181 Profusion

World Premiere:Avant Music Festival - Wild Project, New York, NY - March 5th, 2016
Premiered by: Randy Gibson: Voice, Sine Waves
Jen Baker: Trombone, Voice
Meaghan Burke: Cello, Voice
Carlos Cordeiro: Bass Clarinet
David Lackner: Saxophone, Voice
William Lang, Trombone, Voice

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Reviews

| 2016

Apparitions of The Four Pillars in The Midwinter Starfield Symmetry under The 72:81:88 Confluence
Rebecca Lentjes brings historical insight to the Apparitions experience for I Care If You Listen

"Gibson's work engages with rhythms and temporality existing outside of our socially-constructed rhythms, offering a glimpse of time outside of time."

Read More...

Presentation History
Seventh Avant Music Festival | New York City : February 20 - March 5, 2016

Apparitions of The Four Pillars in The Midwinter Starfield Symmetry under The 72:81:88 Confluence represents a major evolution in the Apparitions of The Four Pillars family of works. The work further reduces the performance complexity allowing the performers to focus entirely on sustaining and highlighting elements of the core tuning structures of the work.

The work is presented in a new video and light environment, Quadrilateral Starfield Symmetry A:L Base 11:273 in The 181 Profusion, created by Gibson with the lighting designer Kryssy Wright which aids the musical in psychic journey of the performance.


See Also:
The Third Pillar in Primal Imperfect Palindrome with The Souvenir of The Second Pillar, The Floating Cirrus over the Pumping Slush, and The Highest Moving Chordal Motif from Apparitions of The Four Pillars | solo trombone, digital delay, and prime harmonic sine waves | 2011
Circular Trance Surrounding The Second Pillar with The Highest Seventh Primal Cirrus, The Utmost Fundamental, and The Ekmeles Ending from Apparitions of The Four Pillars | seven voices and prime harmonic sine waves | 2011
Apparitions of The Four Pillars with Their Lowest Additive Primes as limited to the 3rd, 7th, 9th, and 11th New Primes chosen Cyclically, The Toll of Premonition, The Memorial Connector over the Outlying Primal Abyss, and The Mid-Winter Ending | evolving composition model for just intonation toy organs, variable pitched instruments, prime harmonic sine waves and harmonically related delay lines | 2010
The Third Pillar with its Lowest Primes and Memories of The Second Pillar from Apparitions of The Four Pillars | composition based in Apparitions of The Four Pillars for prime harmonic sine waves, soloists and cantus firmus | 2010
The Primal Duet in The Starfield Symmetry | sine waves, voice, and trombone | 2014
The First Pillar Imploding The Principal Drone, Exploring The Abyss, Traversing The Trail Ridge | voice and pre-recorded cassette | 2014
The Third Pillar with its Lowest Primes, The Analog TwentyFour Truckera, and The Ersatz Souvenir of The Second Pillar with The Madora Cornerstone and The Outlying Primal Abyss from Apparitions of The Four Pillars | prime harmonic sine waves, toy organ, voice, cassette boomboxes | 2010