Episode 4 (April 17, 2021): Daniel Gardner and I talk about percussion, punk music, serialism, live electronics promoting accessibility, a public sound sculpture in London Ontario, turtle-like creative habits, and Universal Design, among other things...
Fresh Sounds / Open Ears is an interview podcast about composition and music education, hosted by composer Alex Eddington. Every episode, I have a conversation with a different Canadian composer - with a focus on their writing for/with young and amateur musicians.
Music by Daniel Gardner mentioned in the podcast:
Enceladus for saxophone and electronics
Prufrock for baritone voice and electronics
Three Studies for trumpet and electronics (which is based on Ricercare una Melodia by Jonathan Harvey
Other things we talked about that you might want to click on:
Sound It Out! podcast (host Rachel Elliot - from the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation in Guelph, Ontario)
Pression for solo cello (with extended techniques) - by Helmut Lachenmann
Jonathan De Souza's book Music at Hand
Universal Design: 7 principles
Universal Design for Learning
99% Invisible podcast - episode on the curb cuts in Kalamazoo (an early experiment in Universal Design)
New Musings on New Music - a podcast by suddenlyLISTEN in Halifax
(The interview with Alex Eddington is episode 16)
Fresh Sounds / Open Ears is hosted, edited and produced by Alex Eddington: www.AlexEddington.com
Logo 1.0 design and administrative support by Stephanie Chua.
Theme music by Saman Shahi. Hear more of his work at samanshahimusic.com
Fresh Sounds is presented by the Alliance for Canadian New Music Projects (ACNMP): acnmp.ca