"Mille Regretz, live" is an excerpt of a live images - music concert presented in Trieste, Italy, on December 12, 2018.
The concert was titled "La Tecla del Alma” (The Keyboard of the Soul)
The music is "Mille Regretz”, composed by Luis de Narváez…
This is an image sequence done with QuickTime Pro 7.x (how could Apple ever contemplate ditching QuickTime?), image sequence done with/from a Facebook album of images extracted from ”Les Folies d'Espagne” (https://vimeo.com/286690841)
On December 12, 2018, a dream came true, I was finally able to work in real-time with my goddess of the harpsichord, Paola Erdas (http://www.paolaerdas.it).
Paola and I had been collaborating for 10 years but until this concert, we had never met in…
This is an image sequence done with QuickTime Pro 7.x (how could Apple ever contemplate ditching QuickTime?) done with a Facebook album of images extracted from the second of three versions done with/to/for Rameau’s Gavotte.
Here’s the FB album:…
"Concert done, what a journey that was!
The concert hall was full, the public was attentive, supportive, and gave us a huge standing ovation at the end (we had to do an encore).
There will be more concerts like that one for sure, most likely in North…"
"My workstation for the Trieste concert: two MacBook Pros doing the concert work proper, and one more to record/capture my final output (worked great!), a preview monitor, 2 Wacom tablets (Intuos Pro and Intuos), several external drives, the Spark…"
Update: the video of the full concert is now available: http://studioartist.ning.com/video/trieste-concert-la-tecla-del-almaGreat concert, superb technical facilities, supportive audience, and a real privilege for me to be given the chance to perform live with a musician of the caliber of Paola Erdas.I managed to capture all of my images (the final mix that was sent to the projector from 2 MacBook Pro), the audio…See More
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I personally love reading what you write and the passion and thought you put into it.
Gets me charged up every time.
As a working artist I need to be able to control my medium and expression to make the buck. And my job is also to tell other artists what to do and how... I pretty much live and breath the tried and true - technically and artistically.
But I am also reaching for the "thing" that preceded all the knowledge and technique I am buried under... wether its "me" or other.