Achenar

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achenar for Violin, Paetzold flute & Object player By Ylva Lund Bergner Parts Duration: 8-9 minutes Commisioned by ensemble Faint Noise with support from Kulturrådet, Sweden - 2013 – __________________________________________________________________________________ Instruments Violin Metal mute Violin microphone (for example DPA) Paetzold flute Amplifier Microphone (1-2) Object & Electronics: Rubber band box (wooden/paper box with rubber bands crossed over) Glass (for drinking) Tin can (empty food can with 2 rubber bands crossed over it. Open in one end.) C-vitamin tube (or treo) C-vitamin fizzies (or treo) C-vitamin caps (or treo; 2-4) Stones (2 stones; at least one of them flat) Grit (1-2 kilograms; medium big grit) Sand (1/2-1 kilograms; fine sand) Water (1-2 litre) Leaves (at least a handfull dry leaves) Branches (5-10 dry branches) Rubber bands (to use on the tin can and the rubber band box; at least 15) Bow (to use on the metal bowl) Plastic tub (to put the grit into) Watering can (to put the water in; nicer version for table) Metal bowl (to put the sand in; 3-5 litre) 2 mp3-players (with playlist) 1 Voice recorder (with speed control) 2 Audiovibe speakers (for example the brand iZound) 1 Mixer (small/or big) 2 Microphones (small ones for the table) 2/4 Speakers (either small ones on the object table or big ones in the concert hall)

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"Achenar" is a piece for violin, bass recorder & object player. The duration of the piece is 9 minutes. The piece was written 2013cand premiered the same year by the ensemble Faint Noise.

Transcript of Achenar

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achenar

for

Violin, Paetzold flute & Object player

By Ylva Lund Bergner

Parts

Duration: 8-9 minutes

Commisioned by ensemble Faint Noise with support from Kulturrådet, Sweden

- 2013 – __________________________________________________________________________________

Instruments

Violin

Metal mute Violin microphone (for example DPA)

Paetzold flute

Amplifier Microphone (1-2)

Object & Electronics:

Rubber band box (wooden/paper box with rubber bands crossed over) Glass (for drinking) Tin can (empty food can with 2 rubber bands crossed over it. Open in one end.) C-vitamin tube (or treo) C-vitamin fizzies (or treo) C-vitamin caps (or treo; 2-4) Stones (2 stones; at least one of them flat) Grit (1-2 kilograms; medium big grit) Sand (1/2-1 kilograms; fine sand) Water (1-2 litre) Leaves (at least a handfull dry leaves) Branches (5-10 dry branches) Rubber bands (to use on the tin can and the rubber band box; at least 15) Bow (to use on the metal bowl) Plastic tub (to put the grit into) Watering can (to put the water in; nicer version for table) Metal bowl (to put the sand in; 3-5 litre) 2 mp3-players (with playlist) 1 Voice recorder (with speed control) 2 Audiovibe speakers (for example the brand iZound) 1 Mixer (small/or big) 2 Microphones (small ones for the table) 2/4 Speakers (either small ones on the object table or big ones in the concert hall)

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Explanations

Violin Play at the nutpeg

Play with the wood part of the bow. Shift bow.

Make a circle motion with the tip of the bow while

damping all the strings.

The same technique as above but no damping. Play a tone and make

accents on harmonics.

From an harmonic to normal

tone to double stop.

Play with the bow on the instrument body.

Play with the bow on the tail piece. Molto vibrato. Smooth lines.

Fast vibrato. Small motions.

Play on the strings so that you

can hear the tones from the finger positioning. No bow.

Make an audible sound removing the metal mute.

Damp all the strings and glide with the wood part of the bow up towards the bridge.

Make a pizzicato with two

fingers. Soft but strong.

Make a pizzicato on the fourth string behind the bridge

A pizzicato arpeggio.

Play a glissando from a diminished

artificial harmonic. Stay on the g#2 but glide up on the harmonics.

Damp all strings. Play short tones

with hard pressure to make a sound similar to an old door.

Make a tremolo with the bow on the 1st and 2nd string on the bridge. Damp all strings. Should be no tone, only soft noise.

Flute

Tremolo between two different type of air tones; half to completely covered labium.

Play double tongue on air tone; partly covered labium.

Play white noise air tone through covering the labium.

Turn your head side to side and

blow air on the mouth piece to make sound. Cover the labium with flat fingers.

Same as above but covered with a cup hand. The dynamic means the effort and not the result.

Blow air through the mouth piece when it is removed from the flute.

Play on the detached mouth piece. Cover, un-cover the end part. Make a creaking sound with your voice into the opening

of the mouth piece.

Play a reverse slap.

Play a tremolo and overblow

according to the dynamic.

Play an overblow gesture with throat fluttertongue.

Different types of air tones. Flat fingers.

Play audible key sounds. No air. The dynamic is showing the effort and not the result. Play a frullato. Fr-sound.

Play accent with fr-sound.

Play tones and sing at the same time.The first tone is the same in voice and flute.

Play a normal grace note. The next tone is a normal note, which is the same in both flute and voice. End the gesture outside of the flute making a sh- sound (like shell).

Play normally from g to a. Then sing a glissando from b to a1 while playing audible key sounds.

Cover half of the labium with flat fingers and play a rhythm with the diaphragm.

Multiphonics

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Object

Put fine sand in a metal bowl and make a sound through making a turning motion.

Same as above but lean the bowl in different directions. Make the sand jump to make a

percussive sound.

Play on the metal bowl with a bow.

Shake caps from a c-vitamin tube

(the c-vitamins are fizzies). The sound will be similar to eggs.

Blow air on to a c-vitamin tube (no cap). Airy sound.

Same as above but more precise. The dynamic is showing the effort and not the result.

Crush some c-vitamins and let a piece of them into a glass of water. Practise the amount to know how much to use for specific dynamics.

Same as above but damp the sound. Hold hand above or put a piece of thick paper over it.

Play on a rubber band box. The box is either a wooden or paper one. Put rubber band over it and try to make a different sound on each rubber band. It depends on the tension and quality of the rubber band. The first gesture is just a glissando over the whole box. Next event is the highest and lowest band at the same time.

Play a low tone on the rubber band

box that has a rich and soft low timbre.

Play on a tin can (from food). Put two rubber band across it and play. Percussive sound is made when played on the lower side (not opened). The bands should smash against the metal.

Same object as above but a soft tone,

which is played on the upper side of the can (opened).

Play on the tin can. Pull up one of the bands more and more and play a pizzicato on it. The tone will be higher and higher.

Instructions when to play the soundfiles on the mp3-players. This is mp3-player number 1 playing the first soundfile.

This is mp3-player number 2 playing the second soundfile, the first soundfile on this mp3-player.

Record the ensemble with the

voice recorder (no microphones need to be plugged in).

Play up the recorded soundfile

from the voice recorder but in a different speed than normally. Do the setting before so that it will be played in tempo 66% instead of 100%.

Notation of different materials that is used in the piece. 1st line: Water (poured from a can)

2nd line: Stones (grinded and hit) 3rd line: Branches (break dry ones)

4th line: Leaves (crush dry ones) 5th line: Grit (crush with feet)

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Gliss with the legno part ofthe bow on all strings while damping.

Reverse slap

p

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Make the sand glide around in the bowl. Follow the visual instructions.

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Shift between legno battuto & mezzo legno battuto every tone.

Sand ina bowl

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qn F

Play on caps from c-vitamin tubes.Shake them.

FP

Play withthe tip of the bow

Make the sand jump

Play one tone higher when the labium is completely covered.

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arco norm.

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"Blow air on a c-vitamin tube.Turn head side to side.

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Make sound outside of the flute.

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Hold hand over the glass.

Air tone (no pitch)

Play oninstrumentbody

Put a piece of ac-vitamin in a glass of water.

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Tin can(soft tone)

norm.

[ f ]

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Play on caps.

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Ppizz

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Voice

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Outside of flute.

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Distant sound.

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Play tones with audible finger sounds,but no air.

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Put a coverover the glass.

(Sh...) Ooh...

Play on caps.

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jeté

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(bow)

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Put a piece of ac-vitamin in a glass of water.

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norm. airytone

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arco norm.

norm.pos.

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Part 2 Remove the mute with an audiblesound.

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Rubberband box

Make audible sounds with fingers on the keys. No air.

Play tones with audible finger sounds,but no bow or pizzicato.

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norm.

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5'' 10'' 15''| | | |

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(no bow)

gliss

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[p]

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qn

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pqn

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norm.tone

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arco norm.

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1'00 1'05 1'10 1'15| | | |

40'' 45'' 50'' 55''

20'' 25'' 30'' 35''| | | |

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Obj.

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norm.

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3:2

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P

gliss

arco norm.

qn "

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Obj.

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| | | |1'40 1'45 1'50 1'55

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