of Horacio Vaggione. Curtis Roads. The composition of music has evolved into an interactive process of directly sculpting sound morphologies on multiple time. Horacio Vaggione is an argentinian composer of electroacoustic and instrumental music. He co-founded the Experimental Music Center of the University of. This article stresses the important contribution of Horacio Vaggione to inserting the computer within a musical project. The theoretical contributions of Vaggione.
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Launched online inthe composer biography database is in continuous development. As an entry point for web resources, its joracio is to present at least a succinct biography of a composer as well as links to the Cdmc’s own information resources: After studying at the National University of Cordoba Argentina, and also with Juan Carlos Paz in Buenos Aires, Horacio Vaggione acquainted himself with French electro-acoustic music through the radio and began to compose his first works Ceremonia for tape, He took charge of the electro-acoustic studio of the Centre for Experimental Music he had founded at the University of Cordoba During the s he visited the principal European electro-acoustic studios and experimented with digital sound synthesis as a scholar of the Fulbright Fund at the University of Illinois.
In he joined Luis de Pablo in Spain and set up the group Alea. Horacio Vaggione includes computer technology in his compositional vaggione, developing ideas of stratification, figuration, articulation, morphology and singularity.
Listen to extracts of works. He studied the piano and music theory before entering, inthe Alessio de Cordoba Conservatory.
From to he continued his apprenticeship at the Arts School of the National University of Cordoba with Olger Bistevins harmony and orchestrationCarlos Gasparini counterpoint and organCesar Franchisena musical formJuan Carlos Fernandez history of music and Ornella de Devoto piano. At the same time he followed public classes at the faculty of philosophy and studied serial composition techniques composition with Juan Carlos Paz in Buenos Aires.
He also appeared as a pianist, performing works from the classical and contemporary repertories from to In he undertook his first work in electro-acoustic music at the CIAL, the acoustics research centre of the Institute for mathematics and physics of the University of Cordoba Ceremonia for tape,then installed an electro-acoustic studio in his home.
He also produced some radio broadcasts on contemporary music National Argentine Radio, He also discovered the latest works of Iannis Xenakis and attended, in Germany, the summer courses at Darmstadt.
VAGGIONE Horacio (1943)
Lejaren Hiller introduced him to the work of Max Mathews on digital sound synthesis and gave him the computer programme codes that then enabled him to start his own work in this field. Censorship was omnipresent and any avant-garde cultural movement was banned; tanks surrounded the university and Horacio Vaggione could no longer work.
In a letter, Luis de Pablo then proposed, in Spain, the creation of an electro-acoustic studio financed by a patron and encouraged the composer to join him. In he settled in Madrid, spending four years boracio Spain. He worked at perfecting a system of sound synthesis and composed his first digital works.
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Modelos de universo III represents his earliest experiments with granulation and digital micromontage. In he presented a doctoral thesis entitled Poly-phonies: He subsequently taught in this department, was appointed teaching head of the electro-acoustic studio, then manager of the SIM computer music system, a research laboratory that later became the CICM research centre for computing and music creationof which he became director in All show the same approach: His music is characterised by lively, often violent colours, but also by subtle relationships that are set up between the acoustic instruments and the recorded or computer-generated part Thema for bass saxophone and tape-computer,through the exploration of the meaning of the material used and its potential, as well as on the symbolic significance of the musical figures Septuor for electronic ensemble, The composer has specialised in micromontage, granular synthesis, as well as micro-sounds and microtemporality Nodal; Arenas For Horacio Vaggione, composing is equivalent to the generation of veritable, unique events and their articulation within ever greater ensembles without the meaning of this unicity being lost.
He considers that every sound object is a musical object and lies within the domain of the composable; he likes to take sound objects produced by acoustic instruments and transform them: Ash is an example of this, using the Syter process of the GRM; similarly, Points critiques is based on the sounds of a snare drum rubbing, bouncing, multiphonics transformed by a whole range of software. His works bridge the chasm between sound and structure by developing a multi-scaled temporal approach, achieved through networks of objects conceived as polyvalent symbolic entities.
Horacio Vaggione has been a laureate of the Newcomp prize for computer-assisted composition in Cambridge inTrimac in and the Bourges prizes ofand Ars sonora, no 2. Disponible en ligne sur: Editions Musicales Transatlantiques,p.
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Search for a composer. Born between Show only female composers. Cdmc resources Listen to extracts of works. Documentation available at Cdmc. Horacio Vaggione was born in in Moldes in the goracio of Cordoba in Argentina.