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Traces on the Farther Side

A music visualization in real time.

Andrew Lucia and Wendy Steiner.  
Commissioned by Parthenia Viol Consort, to accompany live or recorded performances of Frances White's A Flower on the farther side (after Hildegard of Bingen's Alleluia, o virga mediatrix), a 15-minute composition for four viols and pre-recorded wind and viol sounds (2010). 

 

Andrew Lucia Traces on the Farther Side

Studies for the development of Traces on the Farther Side.

 

Andrew Lucia Traces on the Farther Side

Traces on the Farther Side, still frame generated from an interactive real-time visualzation. From a recorded performance of A Flower on the farther side.

 

Andrew Lucia Traces on the Farther Side

Traces on the Farther Side, still frame generated from an interactive real-time visualzation. From a recorded performance of A Flower on the farther side.

see a video here [be sure to watch in HD].

Credits:
Andrew Lucia, co-director and computational design.
Wendy Steiner, co-director and producer.
Commissioned by Parthenia Viol Consort, for live or recorded performances of Frances White's A Flower on the farther side.

Visualization built with Processing implimenting the Minim and Beads libraries.