Recompositions of the 1955 Glenn Gould recording of Bach’s Goldberg Variations, using a polyphonic pitch/time-shifting software.
So this is still Glenn Gould – but he’s playing my variations on the variations. Ha.
Currently a work in progress – more variations to come…
Tracks created as birthday presents for friends. Instruments used: violin, bass clarinet, alto sax, flute, ocarina, piano, guitars, voice, software synthesizers, audio plugins and audio processing of various kinds…
Crinoline is a puppet theatre play created and performed by Sharon Silver-Merrett and Liora Shukrun for the 13th Puppet Festival of Holon in 2010. I composed the soundtrack and music.
This is a short opening movie for the play, which was projected onto Sharon and Liora’s white dresses. The soundtrack includes part of a recorded conversation between John Cage and Morton Feldman, a recording of a Mozart piano sonata with some of the notes pitch-shifted, and part of “I’m Sorry Sally”, recorded in 1929 by Al Bowlly with the Fred Elizade Band.
Short piece for multiple overdubbed bass clarinets and flutes – originally intended for a dance routine. This was the basis for a later score, written for six singers and four flautists (excerpt of score in the Scored Music page)
HaMigrash (2006) was originally intended as an extra track for Shchol ve Kishalon – the second studio album by the Israeli rock band HaBiluim, of which I was a member. It is made entirely out of unused materials recorded and sampled during the recordings. Eventually the track was deemed too weird for the album and was not released.