7 Antiphons (2009)

This performance represents a sort of proportional canon, a technique often employed in the Renaissance. One melody is notated, and other voices are derived from that voice. In this case the notated music a piece by Karlheinz Stockhausen for a female voice.

The work is called: 7 Antiphons (antiphon-counter/voice in Greek) All antiphons begin with the exclamation O. Each of the seven Antiphons is assigned to each of the seven rotations of the skull.

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This performance represents a sort of proportional canon, a technique often employed in the Renaissance. One melody is notated, and other voices are derived from that voice. In this case the notated music a piece by Karlheinz Stockhausen for a female voice.

The work is called: 7 Antiphons (antiphon-counter/voice in Greek) All antiphons begin with the exclamation O. Each of the seven Antiphons is assigned to each of the seven rotations of the skull.

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