Amnon Wolman - Bandas Sonores
בנדס סונורס

הקלות הבלתי נסבלת של הקוהרנטיות

Josef Sprinzak - A map song
שיר מפה

הקלות הבלתי נסבלת של הקוהרנטיות

Faye Shapiro - Untitled

הקלות הבלתי נסבלת של הקוהרנטיות

10:33, 31.08.2017
Dganit Elyakim

 

״הקלות הבלתי נסבלת של הקוהרנטיות״

התיבה 29.10.16

מנהלת אמנותית: דגנית אליקים

בתמיכת קרן יהושע רבינוביץ׳ ועיריית תל אביב

 

קונצרט פתיחת העונה הרביעית, אולם התיבה, תל אביב-יפו.

הקלטה: רונלד בורסן

 

פיי שפירו – ללא שם || Faye Shapiro – Untitled

 

קומפוזיציה וביצוע: פיי שפירו

Composition and performance: Faye Shapiro

 

 

רוברט אשלי-  Robert Ashley – She Was a Visitor

קומפוזיציה: רוברט אשלי

ביצוע: עודד קרן (קול מקריא).  מנהיגי מקהלה: דגנית אליקים, דר לוי, נטע לובל, עידו עקוב

מקהלה: הקהל

 

ג׳וזף שפרינצק – שיר מפה || Josef Sprinzak – A map song

 

קומפוזיציה: וביצוע: ג׳וזף שפרינצק

 

Composition and Performance: Josef Sprinzak

 

אמנון וולמן – בנדס סונורס || Amnon Wolman – Bandas Sonores

 

קומפוזיציה: אמנון וולמן

מבצעים: אליאב קול (חלילית), אמנון וולמן (מחשב), דגנית אליקים (פסנתר), דניס סובולוב (גיטרה חשמלית), דר לוי (כלי הקשה), יואב לוי (מלודיקה), מתן דסקל (כלי הקשה), נטע לובל (גיטרה אקוסטית), נטע שחר (קול, מפוחית),  עודד קרן (קול), עידו עקוב (אקורדיון) , פיי שפירו (קול)

 

Composition: Amnon Wolman

Performers: Amnon Wolman (computer),  Dar Levi (percussion), Dennis Sobolev (e.guitar), Dganit Elyakim (piano), Eliav Kol (flute), Faye Shapiro (voice), Ido Akov (Accordion),  Matan Daskal )percussion), Netta Loval(guitar), Netta Shahar (harmonica, voice), Oded Keren (voice),  Yoav Levi (melodica)

 

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09:57, 24.10.2015
The Unbearable Lightness of Coherency

Eran Hadas and Dganit ElyakiM:

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A composition by Dganit Elyakim, for a text-to-speech application, an automated piano and ready-made audio samples, based on Eran Hadas’ poetry book “Code”. The book was written by a code designed to uncover all the haiku poems hidden in The Torah. It is a secular homily, presenting a contemporary, digital interpretation of Moses’ five books which are the foundation of the Jewish holy law and code of conduct.

A live recording from the opening event of the third season of “The Unbearable Lightness of Coherency”.

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Haikus #1-30

Haikus #161-206

Haikus #588-603

Eran Hadas Alert Translate קוד/ה
 

Jehovah and his Asherah קוד/ה
 

10:23, 15.10.2015
Ophir Ilzetzki

Spotlight - ophir and adam

Listen to Spotlight

“You can’t imagine what that piece made me feel… but, what is it about actually?” This sentiment is probably the most common reaction I get to my piece, Spotlight. “Surely, there’s an element of prayer here?” or: “the piece tries to juxtapose between the divine and the earthly… right?” It’s usually at this point that I find myself fumbling in words, trying to express possible meanings the piece might or might not have: “The piece is about high and low, and emotions… and yet, about nothing; I mean, it’s about the performers… and how they make sound… even when they aren’t making any sound… it’s about their reactions to one another and their reactions to the tape sounds, or, or, uhm… silence… it’s about their own emotions, or what it means to be a performer…” It’s usually right around this point that I wish I hadn’t opened my mouth in the first place. I mean, yeah, sure, Spotlight is about all of these things, but yet about none of them. The truth of the matter is that the idea, as is usually the case with me, came as a feeling: The first image I had was that of two performers dancing in slow motion, in complete silence, under a direct light. Calling it a dance is perhaps misleading, because the performers are actually mimicking a performance, possibly even the same performance they are performing right there… CUT TO: stark darkness, sounds of emaciated House beats blasting from speakers, and slightly softer… those same two performers playing crude materials with a dark undertone. That was the idea that sparked Spotlight into being – and it is from this seed that an entire piece was constructed, in many ways to serve the aforementioned dramatic moment that both initiates and concludes the journey of the piece.

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