Which way to the sound // music in the sensor field - Jarek Kordaczuk
Which way to the sound? - music in the sensor field Distance sensors that react to children\'s movements and gestures. The conductors of the conductor lead children through the sensor tubes. Music maps read a vista by children. Introduction to rhythm. Metrum - learning counting in music. Rhythm basics introduced in an attractive and experimental form at the same time. Children are looking for sounds. Children are looking for a way to sound. The baton determines the rhythm of the sound search.

Which way to the sound Workshop of music creation by motion and gesture Izabela Kościesza - choreographer, dancer, animator Jarek Kordaczuk - composer, conductor Commission: Children\'s Art Center in Poznan Workshop Which way to the sound?workshop of music creation by motion and gestureIzabela Kościesza - choreographer, dancer, animatorJarek Kordaczuk - composer, conductorWe learn to make music through movement and gesture. In principle, all musicians do so. But we will not sing nor play instruments. We will look for sounds in a different way. We will search for them moving between objects placed on the floor. In each of these objects are hidden sounds. We will find a way to free them. We will then be able to walk among them, triggering new sound events. From here it is not far to create a music piece. We know how to excite sounds, so we need a score. A traditional score is a book of notes on every page. The pages of our score will be maps. What maps? Setting the route between the objects on the floor, telling us where and how we're should go to get to the right sound. Sometimes maps tell us to go cautiously, slowly. Sometimes they make speed up and even run as fast as our legs can carry us... Yes, yes, in music time does not wait, too! Once we learn to read the maps, we will be able to create new ones. We will also be ready for the first gesture of the conductor. And when that happens, we will make the most authentic, encoded in our map-score piece of music. And without instruments, we will become the most authentic orchestra. Such a little rushed off their feet...   Experimental music Installations Coral music Solo pieces Improvised music Acousmatic music Electronic Music Monoctone Pieces for children Jarek Kordaczuk mp3 Dark Energy Agnieszka Kołodyńska Pantomime Electroacoustic music Vocal-instrumental music Instrumental Music Musical interpretations of fairy tales Compositions Adam Smoczyński Sacred Music EWI ProForma Theatrical music Jan Brzechwa Julian Tuwim Sebastian Wypych Poetic song Sung poetry Jarosław Kordaczuk Arrangements Videoclips Animations Titelituralia Onomatopeic compositions Theatre of Sound A Room Full of Fairy Tales Children's Art Centre Cezary Konrad Krzysztof Herdzin Basia Raduszkiewicz Music for children

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Which way to the sound

Workshop of music creation by motion and gesture

Izabela Kościesza - choreographer, dancer, animator
Jarek Kordaczuk - composer, conductor


Commission: Children's Art Center in Poznan


Which way to the sound
Which way to the sound
Music in the sensor field

Composer: Jarek Kordaczuk

Which way to the sound?
workshop of music creation by motion and gesture

Izabela Kościesza - choreographer, dancer, animator
Jarek Kordaczuk - composer, conductor

We learn to make music through movement and gesture. In principle, all musicians do so. But we will not sing nor play instruments. We will look for sounds in a different way. We will search for them moving between objects placed on the floor. In each of these objects are hidden sounds. We will find a way to free them. We will then be able to walk among them, triggering new sound events. From here it is not far to create a music piece. We know how to excite sounds, so we need a score. A traditional score is a book of notes on every page. The pages of our score will be maps. What maps? Setting the route between the objects on the floor, telling us where and how we're should go to get to the right sound. Sometimes maps tell us to go cautiously, slowly. Sometimes they make speed up and even run as fast as our legs can carry us... Yes, yes, in music time does not wait, too! Once we learn to read the maps, we will be able to create new ones. We will also be ready for the first gesture of the conductor. And when that happens, we will make the most authentic, encoded in our map-score piece of music. And without instruments, we will become the most authentic orchestra. Such a little rushed off their feet...