Category Archives: tin cans

5. Blik na blik (2006)

Blik na blik (2006) for a small guitar, live electronics and tin cans written for Daniel Göritz commissioned by the Festival Klangwerkstatt By putting the loudspeakers in a line next to the performer, they are both at the same perspective on stage.

5. Blik na blik (2006)

Blik na blik (2006) for a small guitar, live electronics and tin cans written for Daniel Göritz commissioned by the Festival Klangwerkstatt By putting the loudspeakers in a line next to the performer, they are both at the same perspective on stage.

6. Büchsen für Pandora—Musik aus der Dose (2006)

Büchsen für Pandora – Musik aus der Dose (2006) for loudspeakers, tin cans and live electronics Four loudspeakers of which three have a fixed tin can tower placed upon them. The fourth loudspeaker is “played” by placing different tin can

6. Büchsen für Pandora—Musik aus der Dose (2006)

Büchsen für Pandora – Musik aus der Dose (2006) for loudspeakers, tin cans and live electronics Four loudspeakers of which three have a fixed tin can tower placed upon them. The fourth loudspeaker is “played” by placing different tin can

12. in blik (2008)

in blik (2008) for tin can towers and electronics written for the Lange Nacht des Musiktheaters in Berlin, Germany   The set-up for in blik. Five different tin can towers, each attached to a tactile transducer.   In in blik there

12. in blik (2008)

in blik (2008) for tin can towers and electronics written for the Lange Nacht des Musiktheaters in Berlin, Germany   The set-up for in blik. Five different tin can towers, each attached to a tactile transducer.   In in blik there

13. Mit Luft gebaut – Musik aus der Dose (2008)

Mit Luft gebaut – Musik aus der Dose (2008) for castles in the air, tin can towers, loudspeakers and three performers; performances in a soundinstallation for a guitarist and two singers. Seven “castles in the air” are used in this

13. Mit Luft gebaut – Musik aus der Dose (2008)

Mit Luft gebaut – Musik aus der Dose (2008) for castles in the air, tin can towers, loudspeakers and three performers; performances in a soundinstallation for a guitarist and two singers. Seven “castles in the air” are used in this