Mobile Music Lab offers users real-time tempo control of contemporary music, while wearable heart and brain sensors capture physiological effects.
Do you find complex, contemporary music difficult and alienating? Would that change if you could control the tempo of the music? Emily Graber’s Marie Curie Fellowship EAR STRETCH aims to increase appreciation for contemporary music by providing active tempo control with physiological monitoring
On the COSMOS YouTube channel, Cheryl Frances-Hoad’s piece based on the rhythms of Haydn’s Sonate in Es, Hob XVI:45, mvt III: Finale, Allegro di molto. New notes, sometimes quoting from Haydn’s sonata movement, are assigned to Haydn’s original rhythm, which remains almost entirely intact. Next, the original Haydn sonata movement, an interpretation after playing Cheryl […]