Neal Kosaly Meyer: Gradus...

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Neal Kosaly-Meyer‘s "Gradus: for Fux, Tesla and Milo the Wrestler" is a continuing micro-epic contemplation of a small but growing collection of piano pitches, and a demonstration of the infinite sound-worlds potentially present in a few notes. Beginning 13 years ago with the sentence “Learn to play the piano one note at a time,” Kosaly-Meyer devoted an extended improvisation session to each individual “A” on the piano keyboard, and to each combination of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 A’s. Working through those combinations took 12 years; since then all the E’s and a couple C-sharps have come in as well. Throughout this time Kosaly-Meyer has endeavored to let the project teach him: to find just how many sounds are available from a single piano note; to hear and play the possible relations between two or more notes; to permit the always lively silences to participate as a chorus; to let each sound be itself, and to allow a music to emerge in which each sound is always its own center.

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