Another moment where ice and percussion spontaneously coexist: Vancouver artist Julianne Claire submits this spontaneously filmed short video Ice Ice, 2008; legs - Mark Dahl. Julianne writes: "A late night walk down Hastings Street. Trying to find winter rhythms where we can, where movement is determined by the forecast, the mold breaks, and steps are returned."
ice among us. continuous complex sounds. a minute's worth of found ice music coming from a piece of jumble ice on the yukon river shore near dawson city, yukon, late may 2009.
My interest in the science of ice is pretty much instantly displaced by a surge of creative alertness the minute I hear ice music. Ice drum, ice marimba, ice trumpet, ice harp: the sounds are indescribable, ranging from haunting to melodious to intensely beautiful but almost unfriendly. If you hear them out of context… Continue reading ice music: not one, but two! annual festivals
Ice music produces a range of sounds that seem familiar and strange at the same time. There's an airiness in some sounds, while other ice pieces sound almost like glass when struck. In this excerpt from a London concert last December, the Norwegian free-jazz composer and percussionist Terje Isungset plays a set of sculptured ice… Continue reading ice trumpet: Terje Isungset