Biorhythm - Music and the Body

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1. Music

1.1. Rhythm

1.1.1. Konokol - South Indian Vocal percussion

1.2. Harmony

1.3. Instruments

1.3.1. Evolution/geneology of instruments

1.3.1.1. Fluid Piano

1.4. Music and Emotion

2. Science

2.1. Physiology

2.2. Mathematics

2.3. Neuroscience

2.4. Acoustic Engineering

2.5. Psychology

2.6. Physics

2.6.1. Ice Crystals

2.6.2. Resonant Frequencies

3. Technology

3.1. Reactable

3.2. Nintendo - Hacking Wii remote as a performance tool

4. Off the Wall Ideas

4.1. Sound/Sonic Weapons

4.2. Infrasonics

5. Workshops and Education

5.1. Beat Boxing

5.2. Circuit Bending

5.3. Composition workshop using lab tools/instruments

5.4. Music workshop for the deaf

6. Events/Performances

6.1. 'Gigs in the Gallery'

6.2. Cafe Concert Series

7. Installations

7.1. Music and Human Evolution

7.2. Soundscapes

7.3. Music Therapy

8. Sound Art

8.1. Sound wall actvated by touch?

8.2. Syntheastwood

9. Experimental Musicians/Composers

9.1. Alvin Lucier

9.2. Philip Glass

9.3. Steve Reich

9.3.1. Pendulm Music

9.4. La Monte Young

10. Body

10.1. Hearing

10.1.1. Frquency range 20hz - 20khz

10.1.2. Deafness

10.1.2.1. Visual representatons of music

10.1.2.1.1. Generate a visual Sol-Fa

10.1.2.1.2. Cymatics

10.2. Body as an Instrument

10.2.1. Tuvan throat singing

10.3. Dance

10.4. Speech/Language

10.4.1. Melody in Speech

10.4.1.1. Is language in the west more tonal than in cultures where micro tonal music is more prominent?

10.4.1.2. Analysis of Speech - Melodyne Software

10.4.2. What intervals are used in the speeches?

10.4.2.1. Frost/Nixon

10.4.2.2. Churchill

10.4.2.3. Kennedy

10.4.2.4. New node