No Mans Land - Remembrance Drone by Nathan Harmer & Nathaniel Robin Mann; 'Prelude' (by J.Jacobson) by Platform-7 published on 2013-02-18T09:36:54Z Musicians Brief: No Man's Land 1 - This set of suggested performance guidelines is offered as an outline to each participating musician. However, each musician is additionally encouraged to contact with the other members of their designated station (Sculptor/Poet), & visit the designated site, to develop their performances as best they consider. 2 - Attached to this email you will find a set of materials from which you can elaborate/interpret/digitally remix or simply inspire yourself. Aspects to be determined by the musicians: Instrumentation. Interpretation. Duration. Overlap/Turn-Taking with Poet. 3 - Musicians are encouraged to communicate with the Videographer assigned to their station in advance of the event to discuss documenting the performance, and possibility of sourcing additional audio recording equipment if required. 4 - The Materials. A - Sheet Music score of the composition "Remembrance" by Julian Jacobson. (PDF). - Participants are encourage to freely interpret the score, elaborating or developing any parameter (Melody, Harmony, Tempo etc.). However, an equally valid response would be to repeat the piece continuously for the duration of the performance. B - Electroacoustic Drone audio track derived from "Remembrance". WAV or MP3 Format. Duration 32.56”. - Suggested Drone track usage: i - During the event the performer can monitor the track through a suitable earphone/mp3 player, allowing the performer to improvise to / respond to the composition. ii - The performer may use the drone track in preparation for the event in order to develop new material/melodies etc. for their performances. iii - Electronic musicians may use this as source samples. C - Audio recording of "Remembrance" by Julian Jacobson. WAV or MP3 Format. Duration: 1.50". Electronic musicians may use this as source samples. Also serves as reference for all musicians.