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The Cabinet of Dr Caligari New Music Brighton Friends meeting House 29.10.11

My score for Act 2 of the German Expressionist film The Cabinet of Dr Caligari was shown by New Music Brighton at a concert at the Friends Meeting House in Brighton on 29.10.11. Here it is if you missed it, it's best seen 6m x 4.5m


 
Spoken Here: Sounding the site 3

From 7th-11th March 2011 I developed a multimedia installation called "Spoken here", in the University of Sussex Language Centre. A looped film was projected on the ceiling with a series of sound pieces using the languages spoken by staff and students of the Centre. We used as many foreign languages as we could muster we had 35 contributions in 14 different languages. The corridor was turned into a walk-through cinema of woodland visuals and voices.

Some of my favourites pieces from the installation can be played below:











 
Worthing, November 14th 2010: nailing paintings together

nailing paintings together

 

nailing paintings together from Roger Harmar on Vimeo.

My composition nailing paintings together, first performed at the Soundwaves Festival at the University of Brighton, received another performance by CoMa Sussex, in Worthing on Sunday 14th November at St Pauls Centre Chapel Road. The full programme is below.

CoMA Sussex
Sunday, November 14th 2010, 15.00

St Paul's Centre, Chapel Road, Worthing

CoMA Sussex gives a concert as part of the AAL Autumn Arts & Music Festival. • Naomi Pinnock| Four Humours • Howard Jones | Imaginary Bells, for piano duet • Gus Garside | Improvisation (double bass) • Nicholas Peters | Dance a disco now* • Howard Jones | Oh Time Thy Pyramids • Adam Swayne | Many Dark Actors Playing Games • Jonathan Harvey | Climbing Frame • David Power | Visual Music* • Andrew Skelton | C-CAN* • Roger Harmar | Nailing Paintings Together* • Dave Smith | Support of the Intifada, for piano • Michael Blake | Postcolonial Song (homage to Percy Grainger) * graphic scores contributed to Soundwaves Festival 2010: 'All the Creators'.

 
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