Stone River

Stone River Soundscape

Stone River Soundscape

The image to the left is a snapshot of instruments used to accompany the dance performance¬†Along the_River¬†choreographed and directed by Karin Cabello-Moriarty, and performed at the Andy Goldsworthy sculpture ‘Stone River’ in front of the Cantor Museum at Stanford University in 2003. The music/scoundscape was composed by Herb Moore (hey that’s me!) and associates.

This provides a good example of mixing scrapophony with ‘conventional’ instruments. Pictured here are an Indonesian drum (the red drum on the left), a dununba¬†drum (one of three West African drums collectively referred to as dununs), and a bunch of scrapophony…bicycle parts, circular saw blades, etc.

 

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