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Developing new sonic landscapes for improvisation and composition by extended techniques for saxophone such as overtones, timbral fingerings and multiphonics (2020)

Albert Kerekeš
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The initial plan for my research was to analyze Pat Metheny’s concepts of improvisation over blues forms and incorporating his concepts into my improvisation. During my first year I thought this research would be a good idea until I had a major discussion about it with Paul van Brugge. The discussions conclusion was that this research wouldn’t add a significant value to my artistry and that this analysis of Pat Metheny’s concepts can be done, out of my own curiosity, in my free time and during my main subject lessons, if I really wanted to do it so badly. Since Paul is both jazz and classical composer in the 21st century and he have seen and experienced the development of music, he suggested me to get into extended techniques for saxophone which would give me a significantly bigger value as a performing artist, saxophonist and composer, in this ‘modern’ world. At first, I was hesitant towards extended techniques for saxophone because I heard they were extremely hard, but after I came to peace with the idea I was able to start seeing some of the benefits extended techniques could provide me. The question that I formulated and led me to find answers and start my journey was the following: How can I develop new sonic landscapes for improvisation and composition by extended techniques for saxophone such as overtones, timbral fingerings and multiphonics?
typeresearch exposition
date30/07/2017
published22/06/2020
last modified22/06/2020
statuspublished
share statuspublic
affiliationCodarts, University of the Arts
licenseAll rights reserved
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/382135/382136
published inCodarts
portal issueCodarts Artistic Research Reports.
external linkwww.codarts.nl


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382138 Master research report - Albert Kerekes (c) Albert Kerekes All rights reserved
382141 Track 01 Reference recording Albert Kerekes & friends - Delta City Blues (Michael Brecker) (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382143 Track 02 Harvey Pittel (Part 8) Matching Overtones - Presents the Sax Teachings of the Master Joe Allard (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382145 Track 03 Matching overtones (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382147 Track 04 Saxophone Overtone Exercise (2_1) - Demsey (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382149 Track 05 Saxophone Overtone Exercise (3_2) - Demsey (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382151 Track 06 Saxophone Overtone Exercise (3_1) - Demsey (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382153 Track 07 Saxophone Overtone Exercise (3_2_1) - Demsey (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382155 Track 08 Saxophone Overtone Exercise (4_3) - Demsey (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382157 Track 09 My own timbral fingerings (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382159 Track 10 C bebop scale incorporating overtone timral fingering (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382161 Track 11 Embellisment of the tonic and fifth degree of the C7 chord (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382163 Track 12 Chromatic movement from Bb to C (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382165 Track 13 Chromatic movement from Bb to C# (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382167 Track 14 Solo - Chorus one (without any overtones or timbral fingerings) (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382169 Track 15 Solo - Chorus one (with overtones and timbral fingerings) (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382171 Track 16 Solo - Chorus two (without overtones and timbral fingerings) (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382173 Track 17 Solo - Chorus two (with overtones and timbral fingerings) (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382175 Track 18 Final recording (two choruses on Delta City Blues) (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382177 Track 19 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n. 1 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382179 Track 20 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.2 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382181 Track 21 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.13 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382183 Track 22 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.17 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382185 Track 23 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.20 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382187 Track 24 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.23 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382189 Track 25 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.28 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382191 Track 26 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.30 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382193 Track 27 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.31 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382195 Track 28 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.35 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382197 Track 29 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.36 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382199 Track 30 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.37 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382201 Track 31 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.59 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382203 Track 32 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.60 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382205 Track 33 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.67 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382207 Track 34 Daniel Kientzy - Multiphonic n.66 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382209 Track 35 Weiss & Netti - Multiphonic n.7 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382211 Track 36 Weiss & Netti - Multiphonic n.18 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382213 Track 37 Weiss & Netti - Multiphonic n.37 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382215 Track 38 Weiss & Netti - Multiphonic n.63 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382217 Track 39 Weiss & Netti - Multiphonic n.64 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382219 Track 40 Weiss & Netti - Multiphonic n.67 (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved
382221 Track 41 Roaming Thoughts (c) Albert Kerekeš All rights reserved

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