Dual Resonance in Harmonic Time

2018

Two Gongs | ca. 54 Minutes


World Premiere: Wesleyan University - December 6th, 2018
Premiered by: Randy Gibson - Gongs

Dual Resonance in Harmonic Time attempts to affect the experience of time within a cacophonous performance situation. Acting as a sort of hallucinatory reference point with imperceptibly shifting periods of sound and silence, the work evolves from my previous time-of-day-based explorations, such as Harmonic Twilight Accretion and Twilight Symmetry Intervention, which focused on highlighting a specific moment in the day, affecting the experience of time surrounding them.


Part of the Constellation:

Harmonic Time Constructions | 2017 - Present


Presentation History
Wesleyan Musicircus | Middletown, CT : December 6th, 2018

See Also:
The Four Pillars Appearing from The Resonating Discs invoking The 72:81:88 Confluence | Three Percussionists and Harmonic Resonators | 2017
Distant Pillars, Private Pillars | Field Recordings, Sine Waves, and Musicians | 2020
Pythagorean Traversal in Harmonic Time | Sine Waves | 2019
Harmonic Twilight Accretion | Earth Gong, Harmonic Resonators, Natural Light | 2018
Catalog Differential Apparition: 72:81:88 | Trombone and Pre-Recorded Trombone (on Cassette) | 2017
One Work | Site-conditioned piano samples, field recordings, algorithmic process | 2020
Expanding Rhythms in Harmonic Time | Bass Drum and Harmonic Filters | 2019