Try to match the haikus to a composition. Bandcamp player here.
How much more of it remains?
The night is brief.
Smoothed by seas
A nearly round rock
Tremble, oh my gravemound,
in time my cries will be
only this autumn wind
Under The Sun
The Depths, Swelling Green
Leviathan Walks, Waves Break
Cold Sleet, it is here.
The wind of war
Blowing across my face
The thunder roaring loudly
Moves silently through the deep -
Five knots to nowhere.
Key: tizennyolc, nyolc, tíz, tizenhárom, kilenc, öt, kettő (in order).
So what is an imaginary soundscape? How can we compose one? Let's the terminology page.
Any other ideas?
** Make sure it is copyright cleared.
Please do some brainstorming in groups of 4~5.
Please start working on your A1 individually on your workstation.
Schafer, R. M., 1974. The new soundscape. England Universal. Ch.1. Yes, but is it music? Digitalised version here. // This writing should encourage you to think of all sounds as potential building blocks for your composition;
Copland, A., 2002. What to Listen for in Music. Signet Classic. Ch. 17. Film Music. // This chapter gives you a good introduction to film music;
"After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music." ~ Aldous Huxley