Peter van Riper
Ohne biographische Angaben


          

Sound To Movement. New Music For Saxophones, 1979
LP
A-1982-48
Audio

 

Sound, Performance

Peter van Riper
 
A-Seite
Big Room, 34:05 Min.
Live Performance im Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, England.
A collaborative perfromance of sound and movement with Simone Forti.

B-Seite
Circle Song, 3:14 Min.
Double Sound, 4:28 Min.
Doppler Piece, 3:36 Min.
Long Note, 45:20 Min.
Keys Sound, 1:15 Min.
Bonnie & Jeff, 2:34 Min.
Moku Gyo, 5:17 Min.

“Peter Van Riper has been an artist/musician right from the start, making ’Sound and Light’ environments in the 1960s. Peter was a pioneer in bringing laser technology to the art world and received recognition as the first exhibitor of laser art and holography. Attention to space and attention to perception are the focuses of his musical works, particuarly in terms of waves and movement. Percussive hearing sounds in the Duchamp/Cage tradition pervade his music. Van Riper's music moves from western notation toward the sounds of World Music and nature. He derives inspiration for his acoustic music from the non-western traditions of Indonesia and Japan. Following graduate work at Tokyo University, he toured Japan with performances and exhibitions. He has worked extensively with dancer Simone Forti, visual artist Eugènia Balcells, and performance artist Sha Sha Higby. He has produced music for ‘Seven Days in Space’, a 1990' video of NASA space exploration and has performed in Holland, Spain, Canada, and New York City” (zit. nach http://www.deeplistening.org/dlc/80vanri.html).