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3D Print, Performance, Photo

MONAD STUDIOS + Scott F. Hall 3-D Printed Instruments Jam with Ed Keller and LAVOLA at MBUS FIU South Beach

Last Thursday, November 3rd, 2016 I had the honor of playing an experimental jam with MONAD Studio‘s 3D-printed instruments, live New York – Miami connection with Ed Keller, Pablo Horacio Faraco and me joined by LAVOLA‘s Emily Rebecca, Julian Cires and Jeff Rose. Great Jam. Picture by Eric Goldemberg.

Design by MONAD Studio | Eric Goldemberg + Veronica Zalcberg with musician-luthier Scott F. Hall.
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3D Print, Instrument design, Performance, Photo

Playing 3-D printed instruments at the Moore Building in Miami Design District

With Brandy Moulden, Pablo Horacio Faraco, Scott F. Hall, composer Jacob Sudol and Jason Calloway before the magnificent entrance of UK Bionic Pop Artist Viktoria Modesta. Playing 3D printed instruments created by MONAD STUDIO Eric Goldemberg + Veronica Zalcberg  with musician-luthier Scott F. Hall. At the Moore Building in Miami Design District. October 28th, 2016. Picture by Eleni.

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3D Print, Instrument design, Performance, Photo

Performance with Viktoria Modesta and 3-D Printed Instruments by MONAD STUDIO and Scott F. Hall

Last night I had a great musical experience playing for UK Bionic Pop Artist, Viktoria Modesta at Moore Building (with installation by. Zaha Hadid) in the “Design and its Dimensions” exhibition in Miami Design District. I had the honor of playing with great musicians Brandy Moulden, Pablo Horacio Faraco, Scott F. Hall, Jacob Sudol and Jason Calloway. We performed with 3D printed instruments created by MONAD STUDIO Eric Goldemberg + Veronica Zalcberg with musician-luthier Scott F. Hall. Viktoria Modesta performed with a 3-D printed attachment artifact created by MONAD STUDIO with Anouk Wipprecht and collaboration with coreographer Karol Armitage. Great experience!!! Soon some pictures!!

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Classical Contemporary, Classical Guitar, Music

LANDSCAPE III

Landscape III is the third piece of a series of short contemporary classical pieces for guitar. The piece was written for 10 strings classical guitar (F G Bb C D A D G B E) or standard guitar tuned C A D G B E.

Written in a modern language, it’s time signature is 3/4 in the Key of C Major. Following the path of Landscape I and Landscape II, the piece explores chords and textures, layers of sound and rhythmic complexity with a strong detail in the technical use of both hands.

Although not specifically detailed, some rhythm patterns of this piece are similar to those found in Argentinian folkloric music that influenced the composer.

The piece was written for an intermediate and advanced level. This edition contains a suggested fingering and positions to create the sound the composer believes is the essence of the piece. Students, teachers and artists are welcome to visit Pablo Fedele’s website and social media to get in contact and ask all the questions about practice and performance of the piece.

Performance suggestion: This music could be performed with an additional media, like a video animation, a painting, a short film or live presentation, if possible.
Landscape III is available for purchase and download:
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Classical Contemporary, Classical Guitar, Music

LANDSCAPE II

Landscape II is the second piece of a series of short contemporary classical pieces for guitar. The piece was written for 10 strings classical guitar (F# G# A# D E A D G B E) or standard guitar tuned D E A D G B E.

Written in a modern language, it’s time signature is 3/4 in the Key of D Major. Following the path of Landscape I, the piece explores chords and textures, layers of sound and rhythmic complexity with a strong detail in the technical use of both hands.

Although not specifically detailed, some rhythm patterns of this piece are similar to those found in Argentinian folkloric music that influenced the composer.

The piece was written for an intermediate and advanced level. This edition contains a suggested fingering and positions to create the sound that the composer believes is the essence of the piece. Students, teachers and artists are welcome to visit Pablo Fedele’s website and social media to get in contact and ask all the questions about practice and performance of the piece.

Performance suggestion: This music could be performed with an additional media, like a video animation, a painting, a short film or live presentation, if possible.
Landscape II is available for purchase and download:
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Classical Contemporary, Classical Guitar, Music

LANDSCAPE I

Landscape I is a contemporary classical piece for guitar. The piece was written for 10 strings classical guitar (F# G# A# D E A D G B E) or standard guitar tuned D E A D G B E.

Written in a modern language, it’s time signature is 6/4 without a key signature indication. The piece explores chords and textures in combination with single notes passages, creating layers of sound.

The piece was written for an intermediate and advanced level. This edition contains a suggested fingering and positions to create the sound that the composer believes is the essence of the piece. Students, teachers and artists are welcome to visit Pablo Fedele’s website and social media to get in contact and ask all the questions about practice and performance of the piece.

Performance suggestion: This music could be performed with an additional media, like a video animation, a painting, a short film or live presentation, if possible.

 

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Guitar, Instrument design, Photo

Taylor Guitars Road Show at Guitar Center

Yesterday, I visited Guitar Center in Hallandale Beach where I spent a couple of hours at Taylor Guitars Road Show. They came from California to show the new guitars and talk about differences in wood, materials, design and how it affects the tone, sound and feel when playing each model. I had the opportunity to play some guitars (the one on the picture is a marvelous instrument) and they are extremely comfortable to play. It was a great presentation and the guitars are absolutely awesome! Plus, they gave me a T-shirt 🙂

 

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