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Concertos (Emergency Playscripts)

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Drama. A musical notation can either describe an event that has already happened or prescribe an event to be performed by the reader. No Collective's (You Nakai. et al.) CONCERTOS, the second book in the Emergency Playscript Series, uses both description and prescription to notate a musical performance. The original CONCERTOS premiered in 2008 in Tokyo, performed by four musicians, a dog, a bird, and several guests. The playscript evokes the original piece while embedding the experience of reading the playscript into any subsequent performances of the piece.… (mere)
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It's as impossible to "read" the text of this performance piece as it is to "see" a painting in its description. A set of instructions or cues. Such improvisations remind me of a performance I attended in the mid 70s in San Francisco which consisted of the "leader" of a "jazz" group throwing spaghetti against a blank wall. The spaghetti (this predated the evolution of noodles & spaghetti into pasta) that stuck to the wall became the "score" which the musicians then proceeded to "play." It didn't sound like much, but it was an interesting concept. I think you have to have been there. ( )
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Drama. A musical notation can either describe an event that has already happened or prescribe an event to be performed by the reader. No Collective's (You Nakai. et al.) CONCERTOS, the second book in the Emergency Playscript Series, uses both description and prescription to notate a musical performance. The original CONCERTOS premiered in 2008 in Tokyo, performed by four musicians, a dog, a bird, and several guests. The playscript evokes the original piece while embedding the experience of reading the playscript into any subsequent performances of the piece.

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