musica caelestis

Perhaps the most important accomplishment of our times has been the expansion of the domain of humankind into the space above our planet. In a thousand years, our wars, treaties, and political contests will, for the most part, have long since been forgotten. If we are remembered at all, it will be because we are the ones who began the exploration above. This music has been inspired by these early efforts and celebrates these accomplishments. It is my hope that the beauties and complexities of these compositions convey a sense of what has been discovered thus far and hint at some of the further wonders that remain to be discovered.

 

newest works!

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Selected Galaxies: Spirals (Part 1)

Peculiar Galaxies: NGC 4038/4039



Peculiar Galaxies: NGC 1427a



Peculiar Galaxies: UGC 4881, with a digital emulation (on a Kyma system) of woodwind multiphonics ("kymultiphonix!")



Peculiar Galaxies: NGC 6621, with a digital emulation (on a Kyma system) of a Japanese koto (a "kymoto!")



 

The new Ares Vallis video is now online in HD at vimeo.com!


Selected Nebulae, the CD, is now available on iTunes and on CDbaby!

Here's more information about the Selected Nebulae, with links
to the videos created with Miranda Raimondi!


coming events:

On Friday, November 30, 2012, I will present NGC 6357, with video by Miranda Raimondi, on the opening concert of the International Workshop on Computer Music and Audio Technology (WOCMAT 2012) at the National Chiao Tung University, in Hsinchu, Taiwan.

On December 6-8, 2012, the Foundation for Emerging Technologies and Arts (FETA) will present NGC 6357, with video by Miranda Raimondi, on its Street: Festival of Electronic Music, Art, and Performance 2012, in Miami, Florida.


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recent recording, Selected Planets:


innova 597
"far out and sublime"

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