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Episode 8: (Fresh Cut Flowers, Adhesive Tape, Tofu, and Lottery Tickets)

Episode 8: (Fresh Cut Flowers, Adhesive Tape, Tofu, and Lottery Tickets) Episode 8 Laura R. Schwartz laura r. schwartz’s music explores written notation as a facilitator of a per- former’s own curiosity, creativity, and self- formation. Within her artistic practice she uses cell phones, combs, and electric fans to highlight everyday technologies as shapers of our lived sound environments. She regularly performs on amplifi ed electric fan, and her compositional goal is to create an experience that resonates with curiosity. For more information, visit lauraroseschwartz .com. Episode 8 (Fresh Cut Flowers, Adhesive Tape, Tofu, and Lottery Tickets) For 2 or more performers Laura R. Schwartz Written for How Things are Made Began formal notation on September 10, 2017 in Pittsburgh, Pa at the Pitt Music Building Library in the graduate student cave in the quiet study section. Completed while at home in Southside. Edited on a plane traveling from Houston to Pittsburgh. Somewhere in the USA airspace 1/27/18, 4:48PM. Edited again for publication January 18-21, 2019 at my apartment in Pittsburgh, Pa. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fresh Cut Flowers --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Materials Needed (1) A cutting apparatus for each performer. Preferably their favorite sharp object. Must be able to cut through a flower stem in 1-4 strokes. (2) A cutting board for each performer. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture University of Nebraska Press

Episode 8: (Fresh Cut Flowers, Adhesive Tape, Tofu, and Lottery Tickets)

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University of Nebraska Press
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Copyright © Suzanne G. Cusick
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1553-0612

Abstract

Episode 8 Laura R. Schwartz laura r. schwartz’s music explores written notation as a facilitator of a per- former’s own curiosity, creativity, and self- formation. Within her artistic practice she uses cell phones, combs, and electric fans to highlight everyday technologies as shapers of our lived sound environments. She regularly performs on amplifi ed electric fan, and her compositional goal is to create an experience that resonates with curiosity. For more information, visit lauraroseschwartz .com. Episode 8 (Fresh Cut Flowers, Adhesive Tape, Tofu, and Lottery Tickets) For 2 or more performers Laura R. Schwartz Written for How Things are Made Began formal notation on September 10, 2017 in Pittsburgh, Pa at the Pitt Music Building Library in the graduate student cave in the quiet study section. Completed while at home in Southside. Edited on a plane traveling from Houston to Pittsburgh. Somewhere in the USA airspace 1/27/18, 4:48PM. Edited again for publication January 18-21, 2019 at my apartment in Pittsburgh, Pa. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fresh Cut Flowers --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Materials Needed (1) A cutting apparatus for each performer. Preferably their favorite sharp object. Must be able to cut through a flower stem in 1-4 strokes. (2) A cutting board for each performer.

Journal

Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and CultureUniversity of Nebraska Press

Published: Sep 4, 2019

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