(d) compositions

I probably started 'composing' when I was 20 in 1974. I probably started calling the work "d compositions" around the same time to distinguish myself from more traditional composers. I'm an analytical person, "d composing" is analytical. The separation of the "d" from "composing" without the usual "e" in between is a reference to my d liberate graduation from high school with a D average. I knew that my approach to composing, & just about everything else, would not be popular or accepted by most as 'valid'.

It was never my interest to (d) compose 'beautiful music'. There're plenty of other people doing that already. I like & respect the work of most of them. It was my intention, instead, to USE sounds for whatever purpose appealed to me - with conventional aesthetics being irrelevant & an obstacle to original thinking. As such, I can be considered a "Sound Artist", although I've never particularly liked that term because of the "Art" part.

I was probably influenced in my self-identification as "d composer" by a comment by Karlheinz Stockhausen I vaguely recall reading in which he called himself a decomposer. Much later, I heard or read a joke to the effect of "I'm following in the footsteps of Mozart & Beethoven, I'm decomposing." I'm sure Edgar Varèse's "Organized Sound" & John Cage's embracing of noise & silence is in there somewhere too. I was nurtured by the musical revolutions of the '20th century' & took off from there with very few intermediate steps.

Be all that as it may, what I now credit as my very 1st (d) composition is entitled "Dead Man with a Horn". This piece has a libretto which is a poem by my friend of the time, Brian Wolle (aka Herr Brain Storm Drain as he was eventually (un)'known' as). Brian was a fan of cornetist Bix Beiderbecke & a novel inspired by the music of Beiderbecke is entitled "Young Man with a Horn" - hence Brian's take-off title. Obviously, this is in keeping with the overall humor (& morbidity) of d composing so I was off to a very fitting start. This piece has never been performed.

Trying to list all of the work here, let alone provide relevant d scriptions & links, is more than a daunting task. Nonetheless, I'm going to try to at least get started on it. Someone may actually be interested someday & for anyone other than myself compiling such information is so far beyond daunting that it's well-nigh 'impossible'.

Given that I use many neologisms & puns to describe my audio work/play there aren't necessarily absolutely definitive fixed categories that each piece fits into. It might be more appropriate to call something "booed usic", eg, than to call it a "d composition".

Here, I'm putting just about all of it under the "(d) composition" parasol not to keep it in the shade but to shine more light on it. If I were to be more rigorous, the collaborative sound sculpture "Harps & Angles" wouldn't be here & neither would the 'free' improvisations. Nonetheless, I want there to be an index of all my audio play/work & this will do for the moment - although, given my prolificness, it's not likely to ever be 'complete'.

Not everything linked to below is necessarily a score or the name of a (d) composition. 'MORE INFORMATION", e.g., is the name of the booklet that accompanied the 'Official' Wafer Face Record & is included in its scanned entirety here because it's excerpted from in other entries for its CAMU explanations.

 

1974? "Dead Man with a Horn"

1974.11.07? Self-Portrait 7 11 21

1974? "d composition"

1975? man smoking cigar profile

1975.09.09 the piece itself 9/9/21/22

1976 "dadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadada"

1976 "Listening Score"

1977 "Computer Score"

1977 "Audience Participation Reading"

1978 "publicity stunts (my growth as an obscuro)"

1978 "ATTEMPT TO SCORE SUM ACTION 4 DAILY LIVING"

1978 "REINTEGRATED EXPERIMENTS IN DISINTEGRATING LANGUAGE"

1979 "TESTES-3"

1979 B.O.M.B.

1979 "OVER & UNDERCURRENTS A LA ID ENTITY"

1979 "VD-RADIO"

1979 "Side 1"

1979 "Side 2"

1979 "Infinity O'Clock"

1979 "Crab Feast"

1979 nameless wandering street ensemble

1980 (301)962-0210

1980 "Usic - 1"

1980 "CAR TRIDGE"

1980 Maryland Biennial sound sculpture

1983 "Sound Along w/ t he Bounding Ball(s)"

1984.01.24 booed usic at t he Telectropheremoanin'quinquennial (excerpt)

try pasting this URL in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMOYy_W-Kkg&t=10m4s or try going to 10:04 for the relevant booed usic excerpt

1985 "It's Not As Easy As You Might Think To Be A Pseudo-Virtuoso"

1985 "Chinese for Celli"

1986 "Neoist Funeral March for Hope(less)" as used in the soundtrack for "Hindsight" (2016)

1988.08.13 Murraygate Busking with VEX, LAW, & Trueseal

1990-1994: 'Official' CAMUs (Cue Activated Modular Units)

1992.02.28 "Vermin Supreme / Volunteers Collective slug 04"

1992 "OUR"

1992 MORE INFORMATION than most people are likely to want to read

1994.05.11 "Boota"

1994-1997: Sequences

1994: Sequences #1: {1.}1. "Clarinet" "Improv"

1994: Sequences #1: {2.}2. 16 Percussion Samples "Improv"

1994: Sequences #1: {3.}3. 16 Sound Effects from Tape 4 "Improv"

1994: Sequences #1: {4.}4. C Major Chord

1994: Sequences #1: {5.}5. Blues in C

1994: Sequences #1: {6.}6. 5 Layers of Downwardly Cascading Chromatic Runs

1994: Sequences #1: {7.}7. St(ring)Loop Funk Driver

1994: Sequences #1: {8.}8. WhoiseFunk Driver

1994: Sequences #2: {9.}1. Bernard Hermannesque Harp Drugged/Dream

1994: Sequences #2: {10.}2. Ersatz Indian - Tabla/Bayan

1994: Sequences #2: {11.}3. "Sentimental" Q Call & R Driver

1994: Sequences #2: {12.}4. Robot March Driver

1994: Sequences #2: {13.}5. Perky Effected Piano Sample + Piano Driver

1994: Sequences #2: {14.}6. Your Typical Eerie Child Scene

1994: Sequences #2: {15.}7. "String Trio" Driver

1994: Sequences #2: {16.}8. Buzz Words Sequence

1994: 1/2 KB Only Sequences [#3]: {17.}1. Lower 1 Guitar Improv - Fingered

1994: 1/2 KB Only Sequences [#3]: {18.}2. Upper 1 Guitar - Thrashing Rhythm

1994: 1/2 KB Only Sequences [#3]: {19.}3. Lower 2 Guitar - Sysyphus

1994: 1/2 KB Only Sequences [#3]: {20.}4. Upper 2 Guitar - Ponderous

1994: 1/2 KB Only Sequences [#3]: {21.}5. Lower 3 Guitar - Scraping Frets

1994: 1/2 KB Only Sequences [#3]: {22.}6. Upper 3 Guitar - Hammering/Sliding Warp

1994: 1/2 KB Only Sequences [#3]: {23.}7. Lower 2 "Official" - Very Funky Short Loop

1994: 1/2 KB Only Sequences [#3]: {24.}8. Upper 1 "Official" - "Sickly" Flumphing

1994: "Official" #1 [Sequences #4]: {25.}1. Atavistic Electronics Drone + Whole Tone Scale Playing

1994: "Official" #1 [Sequences #4]: {26.}2. Debacle Pulse

1994: "Official" #1 [Sequences #4]: {27.}3. Debacle Pulse + Simulated Players

1994: "Official" #1 [Sequences #4]: {28.}4. 78

1994: "Official" #1 [Sequences #4]: {29.}5. Shimmy, Shimmy

1994: "Official" #1 [Sequences #4]: {30.}6. Alternating

1994: "Official" #1 [Sequences #4]: {31.}7. Wreck

1994: "Official" #1 [Sequences #4]: {32.}8. 2 Note Atomizing Split

1994: "Official" Solo Sequences #2 [Sequences #5]: {33.}1. Pitch Specific Drelso

1994: "Official" Solo Sequences #2 [Sequences #5]: {34.}2. Countdown

1994: "Official" Solo Sequences #2 [Sequences #5]: {35.}3. Work It Short

1994: "Official" Solo Sequences #2 [Sequences #5]: {36.}4. Off Beat Off

1994: "Official" Solo Sequences #2 [Sequences #5]: {37.}5. 1 Note per Breath - Ordinary to Shortening

1994: "Official" Solo Sequences #2 [Sequences #5]: {38.}6. Dispersal

1994: "Official" Solo Sequences #2 [Sequences #5]: {39.}7. Worm Charming Usic

1994: "Official" Solo Sequences #2 [Sequences #5]: {40.}8. Atomizing Split

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #3 [Sequences #6]: {41.}1. 16 Poly Drama Driver

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #3 [Sequences #6]: {42.}2. Fixed 16s "Microtonal" Ritual

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #3 [Sequences #6]: {43.}3. 5 X 10th Tones

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #3 [Sequences #6]: {44.}4. Syncopated Latin 16 tENTATIVELY Mouth Sounds

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #3 [Sequences #6]: {45.}5. Borderline Idiocy for 8 tENTATIVELY's Mouth Sounds

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #3 [Sequences #6]: {46.}6. Ersatz Quickie for 4 tENTATIVELY's Mouth Sounds

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #3 [Sequences #6]: {47.}7. Like a Lo-Fi Field Recording of African Drumming #1

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #3 [Sequences #6]: {48.}8. Like a Lo-Fi Field Recording of African Drumming #2

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #4 [Sequences #7]: {49.}1. David Prentice - February 24, 1995E.V.

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #4 [Sequences #7]: {50.}2. Lower Pitch Bendy w/ Pause for "Any" (Sustainable) Sound

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #4 [Sequences #7]: {51.}3. Upper Pitch Bendy w/ Pause for "Any" (Sustainable) Sound

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #4 [Sequences #7]: {52.}4. Yodeling

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #4 [Sequences #7]: {53.}5. Neil Feather / David Prentice "Duet"

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #4 [Sequences #7]: {54.}6. K1m Stereo Multi-Voices w/ Split KBs Driver

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #4 [Sequences #7]: {55.}7. Sing Around the Campfire in the Shifting Field - 8 Note Polyphony w/ Sustains Replacing Sustains

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #4 [Sequences #7]: {56.}8. 8 Note Polyphony w/ Sustains Replacing Sustains + Staccatto!

1995: 8 Related Trombone Sequences [Sequences #8]: {57.}1. 1 Upper Note Repeated Slowly 6 Times

1995: 8 Related Trombone Sequences [Sequences #8]: {58.}2. (ditto) + 1 Lower Note Added to End

1995: 8 Related Trombone Sequences [Sequences #8]: {59.}3. (ditto) + 1 Sustained Upper Note Every Other Time (thrice)

1995: 8 Related Trombone Sequences [Sequences #8]: {60.}4. (ditto) + 1 Lower Note 3 Times (sustained on the 3rd)

1995: 8 Related Trombone Sequences [Sequences #8]: {61.}5. (ditto) + 1 Lower Note Sustained at Same Time as #4

1995: 8 Related Trombone Sequences [Sequences #8]: {62.}6. (ditto) + 1 Upper Note Played Once w/ Pitch-Bending

1995: 8 Related Trombone Sequences [Sequences #8]: {63.}7. (ditto) + 1 Lower Note Sustained Once w/ #s 4 & 5

1995: 8 Related Trombone Sequences [Sequences #8]: {64.}8. (ditto) + The Hightest Low & the Lowest High Repeated & Pitch-Bended

1995: 8 Related Trombone Sequences [Sequences #8]: {65.}1. thru 8. mega-sequenced.

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #5 [Sequences #9]: {66.}1. Oboe "Duet"

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #5 [Sequences #9]: {67.}2. New Age Intermission

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #5 [Sequences #9]: {68.}3. Julia's Lammy Permutations

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #5 [Sequences #9]: {69.}4. Rupert Driver

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #5 [Sequences #9]: {70.}5. DX27 Edit Bank #1 Samples Driver

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #5 [Sequences #9]: {71.}6. DX27 Edit Bank #2 Samples Driver

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #5 [Sequences #9]: {72.}7. DX27 Edit Bank #3 Samples Driver

1995: Miscellaneous Sequences #5 [Sequences #9]: {73.}8. CCMC / String Bass Driver

1996: Miscellaneous Sequences #6 [Sequences #10]: {74.}1. The Bleep/Bloop School of Fast & Regular

1996: Miscellaneous Sequences #6 [Sequences #10]: {75.}2. Odd KB Split #1

1996: Miscellaneous Sequences #6 [Sequences #10]: {76.}3. Rising Quarter-Tones Driver

1996: Miscellaneous Sequences #6 [Sequences #10]: {77.}4. Variable Dynamics Piano Driver #1 - Ersatz 20th Century

1996: Miscellaneous Sequences #6 [Sequences #10]: {78.}5. Ersatz Ben Opie Multi-Track Solo

1996: Miscellaneous Sequences #6 [Sequences #10]: {79.}6. Variable Dynamics Piano #2 - Slightly More "Realistic"

1996: Miscellaneous Sequences #6 [Sequences #10]: {80.}7. Multi-Voice/Purpose

1996: Miscellaneous Sequences #6 [Sequences #10]: {81.}8. Drama Queen has the Last Word

1996: Sequences for Lower/Upper Mono Samples [Sequences #11]: {82.}1. Base 6 #1

1996: Sequences for Lower/Upper Mono Samples [Sequences #11]: {83.}2. Base 6 #2

1996: Sequences for Lower/Upper Mono Samples [Sequences #11]: {84.}3. Base 12 #1

1996: Sequences for Lower/Upper Mono Samples [Sequences #11]: {85.}4. Base 12 #2

1996: Sequences for Lower/Upper Mono Samples [Sequences #11]: {86.}5. Base 12 #3

1996: Sequences for Lower/Upper Mono Samples [Sequences #11]: {87.}6. Base 12 #4

1996: Sequences for Lower/Upper Mono Samples [Sequences #11]: {88.}7. Base 12 #5

1996: Sequences for Lower/Upper Mono Samples [Sequences #11]: {89.}8. Base 12 #6

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #1 [Sequences #12]: {90.}1. Lower/Upper 1 Vocabulary

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #1 [Sequences #12]: {91.}2. Lower/Upper 2 Vocabulary

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #1 [Sequences #12]: {92.}3. Lower/Upper 3 Vocabulary

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #1 [Sequences #12]: {93.}4. Lower 1/Upper 2 Vocabulary

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #1 [Sequences #12]: {94.}5. Lower 1/Upper 3 Vocabulary

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #1 [Sequences #12]: {95.}6. Lower 2/Upper 1 Vocabulary

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #1 [Sequences #12]: {96.}7. Lower 3/Upper 1 Vocabulary

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #1 [Sequences #12]: {97.}8. Lower 3/Upper 1 Vocabulary

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #2 [Sequences #13]: {98.}1. Lower 2/Upper 2 Vocabulary

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #2 [Sequences #13]: {99.}2. Lower/Upper 1 Sentence

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #2 [Sequences #13]: {100.}3. Lower 1: Stammering Alliteration

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #2 [Sequences #13]: {101.}4. Lower/Upper 2: Questions #1

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #2 [Sequences #13]: {102.}5. Lower 2/Upper 1: Questions #2

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #2 [Sequences #13]: {103.}6. Lower 2/Upper 3: Questions #3 (Rhyming)

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #2 [Sequences #13]: {104.}7. Lower 1: Fill in the Blank

1996: Speech Synthesis Sequences #2 [Sequences #13]: {105.}8. Lower/Upper 3: Outshouting

1996: Sequences #7 [Sequences #14]: {106.}1. Pauline Oliveros Whistling in the T.M.C.

1996: Sequences #7 [Sequences #14]: {107.}2. Lower 1 Program 2 (Mono) Whistling

1996: Sequences #7 [Sequences #14]: {108.}3. Upper 1 Program 2 (Mono) Whistling

1996: Sequences #7 [Sequences #14]: {109.}4. Wolf Charges the Birds while Whistling

1996: Sequences #7 [Sequences #14]: {110.}5. Lower/Upper 3 Whistling Programming Etc.. Variations

1996: Sequences #7 [Sequences #14]: {111.}6. Lower/Upper J9 1

1996: Sequences #7 [Sequences #14]: {112.}7. Lower/Upper J9 2

1996: Sequences #7 [Sequences #14]: {113.}8. Lower/Upper J9 3

1996: Sequences #8 [Sequences #15]: {114.}1. "Realistic" David Prentice Solo

1996: Sequences #8 [Sequences #15]: {115.}2. Revivified Neil Feather Driver

1996: Sequences #8 [Sequences #15]: {116.}3. Upper Revivified Piano Driver

1996: Sequences #8 [Sequences #15]: {117.}4. Upper Revivified Vibres Driver

1996: Sequences #8 [Sequences #15]: {118.}5. Lower Revivified Vibres Driver

1996: Sequences #8 [Sequences #15]: {119.}6. Klezmer à là John Berndt on Alto Sax

1996: Sequences #8 [Sequences #15]: {120.}7. CCMC sure are Exciting to Play W/!

1996: Sequences #8 [Sequences #15]: {121.}8. Basic Sound

1997: Sequences #9 [Sequences #16]: {122.}1. Mono Bass / (delayed) Pan Flute / (delayed) Suspende?! Driver

1997: Sequences #9 [Sequences #16]: {123.}2. A Smattering of Speech Crutches

1997: Sequences #9 [Sequences #16]: {124.}3. Decadent Pop Rock

1994-1997 Triple-S Variety Shows

1994.09.02 "Neil Feather & tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE at the NorMill"

1996.04.30 "1st NU-NU Triple-S Variety Show" (as soundtrack to "Slow-Bowling with the Gods" (edit finished June 4, 2017))

1997 "Interspatiality" with Michael Pestel

2000.04.22 "tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE @ Synesthesia"

2000.04.09 "Hard Listening" with Warren Burt

2000.05.30 "Conjuring" with Warren Burt

2002.11.12 "Guitarists Anonymous Padded Cell Therapy #02"

2003 "Harps & Angles" with Michael Pestel

2005.11.19 History in the Making with Daniel Higgs & Michael Evans

2008-2010: HiTEC Systems

2010 "Po, Li, Ou"

2011.07.25 "Reductionism 6 + Interpretive Duncing + Artifacts"

2011.11.10 "Spectral Evidence" trailer

2012 "Skeletal Remains"

2012.11.25 "J from A to Z"

2012.11.30 "Ben Opie"

2013.01 "Pi(ano Fort)e" & "Pi(ano Fort)e (the remake)"

2015.01.24 "A Catamaran Animist Vigor" at Babyland

2015.11 "Beau Jest" at Sync'd 7

2015.11 "Tex-Mix (Giddyup Americana)" at Babyland

2015.11.08 "RonDodo" at The Space Upstairs

2016.02 "ORGAN (Endangered)"

2016.03 "ACCORDION (Endangered)"

2016.04 "CLARINET (Endangered)"

2016.04 "HARMONICA (Endangered)"

2016.05.08 "Limpolysemia (take 7)"

2016.05 "MUSIC BOXES (Endangered)"

2016.06 "VIBRAPHONE (Endangered)"

2016.07 "PIANO (Endangered)"

2016.07 "HOUSEHOLD OBJECTS (Endangered)"

2016.08 "Music Boxing"

2016.08 "ELECTRONICS (Endangered)"

2016.08.12 "cellfeed 01" (collaboration with Ryan Broughman)

2016.11 "METRONOME (Endangered)"

2016.11 "TUNING FORKS (Endangered)"

2016.11 "COUGHING (Endangered)"

2016.12 "ZITHER (Endangered)"

2016.12 "NONDO (Endangered)"

2017.01 "BIRD CALLS & SONGS (Endangered)"

2017.03 "Ping Pong (realization 02)"

2017.03.04 "cellfeed 02b"

2017.03 "oWL pONG" (collaboration with mIEKAL aND)

2017.05.19 "Endangered Languages, Endangered Cultures, Endangered Ideas" (In Progress)

2017.05.19 "How Things Get Broken" (collaboration with Pamelia Stickney & Ben Opie)

2017.06.26 "An afternoon at Casa WHO UNIT? (track 08)" (collaboration with Libby Ramer) (part of soundtrack to "Double Embrace")

2017.06.26 "An afternoon at Casa WHO UNIT? (track 16)" (collaboration with Libby Ramer) (part of soundtrack to "An afternoon in Casa WHO UNIT?")

2017.07 "Dynamic Stasis"

2017.09.16 "Fire"

2017.12 "Sawed into Halves" (tENT order) (collaboration with Anthony Osbourne as arranged by {AN} EeL)

2018.01 "January, 2018"

2018.01.31 "ADM" (using sound from "January, 2018" from "365": "January, 2018" can be witnessed on my onesownthoughst YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/aVJpvfu3M1w ; published May 1, 2018)

2018.02.03 "Exorcising Capos"

2018.02.11 "Ordinary Piano Solo"

2018.02 "February, 2018"

2018.03 "March, 2018"

2018.04.28 "Moves"

2018.04 "April, 2018"

2018.05.10 "Sleeping Together" (collaboration with Pamelia Stickney)

2018.05 "May, 2018"

2018.06.01 "duet with Ben Opie"

2018.06.02 "duet with Noah Rectenwald"

2018.06.03 "duet with Caleb Gamble"

2018.06.04 "duet with Jim Storch"

2018.06.05 "duet with Rich Randall"

2018.06.06 "duet with Dick Turner"

2018.06.07 "duet with Coal Hornet"

2018.06.08 "duet with Little Fyodor"

2018.06.09 "duet with Slavek Kwi (Artificial Memory Trace)"

2018.06.10 "duet with Kenny Haney"

2018.06.11 "duet with Alex Stanton"

2018.06.12 "duet with Roger Dannenberg"

2018.06.13 "duet with Hyla Willis"

2018.06.14 "duet with Devin Sherman"

2018.06.15 "duet with Warren Burt"

2018.06.16 "duet with Michael Pestel"

2018.06.17 "duet with Eric Lipsky"

2018.06.18 "duet with Tom DiVenti"

2018.06.19 "duet with Unfinished Symphonies"

2018.06.20 "duet with Spat Cannon"

2018.06.21 "duet with Ben Opie"

2018.06.22 "duet with Skizz Cyzyk"

2018.06.23 "duet with Neely Bruce"

2018.06.24 "duet with William Davison"

2018.06.25 "duet with San Salamandra"

2018.06.26 "duet with Jason Belcher"

2018.06.27 "duet with Michael Boyd"

2018.06.28 "duet with AG Davis"

2018.06.29 "duet with Stephen Bradley"

2018.06.30 "duet with Jeff Weston"

2018.07.01 "2018.06.28 duet orchestrated"

2018.07.01 "June, 2018"

2018.07.01 "Karaoke Orgy (w/ vocal)"

2018.07.13 "uni.Sol_II.tENT"

2018.07.31 "July, 2018"

2018.08.01,04 "3 X 4"

2018.08.05,06,08,09 "4 X 2"

2018.08.31 "August, 2018"

2018.09.30 "September, 2018"

 

 

 

 

 

 

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