CoMA Glasgow Projects

Landscape Drones Project Website

We are delighted to have composer and sound artist Duncan Champan joining our team to lead upcoming project.

Over the four online sessions, we will take a journey into the world of shapes, spaces and lines that you see in your every-day surrounding landscapes. We will learn to see these as techniques to generate musical drone material, and pitches. Further explorations will lead us to finding deeper meanings and symbolizm behind the pitch, interval and scale/mode, and creating well-tempered and microtonal pitch-sets. Part of this process will involve going outdoors, and photographing your local horizons.

The project will result in collective composition, which we will perform and premierre at the Make Music Day UK on the mid-summer of June 21st!

Landscape Drones YouTube Premiere - Monday 21 June 2021, 1pm

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Joining Information

Zoom Link

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Meeting ID: 430 917 7617
Please note – only those subscribed to the event will be permitted into the room.

Session Dates/Times

Sunday 23 May, 10am – 12 noon
Monday 31 May, 7-9pm
Tuesday 8 June, 7-9pm
Monday 14 June, 7-9pm

Resources

Project Resources

Consent Form

Image and Homework Upload

Feedback Form

 

Session 3 Resources

Download Task for Session 3

Donations

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About Duncan Chapman

Duncan Chapman is a freelance composer / sound artist based in Lincolnshire UK. Much of his work involves collaborations with groups to create performances, installations and recorded works. Recent projects have been with The Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, British Paraorchestra, Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and the Sound Festival in N E Scotland. With Supriya Nagarajan he has been touring Manasamitra’s Lullabies projects in the UK and beyond including performances at the 2020 Jaipur Literature Festival, Spot on Festival in Sydney and at Casa da Música in Porto. Current projects include several online live performance projects and research into multichannel audio. Solo work has been released on the Silent, Takuroku and Linear Obsessional labels.