Music Workshop No.2 / Performance of whole music works by Hideki Nakazawa
My whole music works including new ones were performed at Tomomi Adachi's "Music Workshop No.2." I presented a talk and interpretation by myself.

"Music Workshop No.2"
The purpose of "Music Workshop No.2" is to stir your emotion by presenting experimental music, sounds before music, or various actions other than music, in a sloven way at a low price. So, please come!
Date: Saturday, May 22, 1999. 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. (Open at 2:00 p.m.)
Place: Practice room No.1 of Mitaka-shi Geijutsu Bunka Center. (Twelve miniutes on foot from Mitaka Station. Near a bus stop "Hachiman-mae.")
Admission fee: 1,000 yen
  • Hideki Nakazawa
    Japanese syllabic inventions in two voices
    Japanese syllabic canons in two voices
    Japanese syllabic canons in three voices (First performance after revision.)
    Numeral poetries [Decimal numeral poetries for reciting by one or four speakers] (First performance)
    Monophony with 768 musical tones each accompanied by a grace note (First live performance.)
    Performers: Tomomi Adachi Royal Chorus (Vocal), Asako Miyagi (Piano).
    Whole music works by an artist Hideki Nakazawa. Hideki Nakazawa, who creates idea-istic art works, also composes music works in the form of the sound poetry. They are very unique as they are serial music made of the Japanese syllabary. This time, besides his new work, numeral poetries, his piano music as an art work is also going to be performed for the first time.
  • 森本誠士
    Mr. Morimoto started as a player of ジョン・ケージ and a player of a free-reed mouth organ of Japan, called a sho. He now plays with Takehisa Kosugi and Ai Yamataka as a performer and also made public sound installations. His works represent what time is recognized using his sensitive ears which listen to delicate sounds. He puts electronics and his body on a delicate balance of certainty and uncertainty. This time he will perform using his own work, a feedback device.
  • Tomomi Adachi
    The relation between a musical score and performance can be considered as replacing the visual information with the hearing information, or vice versa. If so, isn't it possible that a musical scores by the hearing information or a performance by the visual information? A musical score with no note; music with no sound. She will present such virtual music. You will find a different aspect of her who is usually regarded as a voice performer and improviser.
    Organized and written by Tomomi Adachi
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