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Publication Detail
Things Ain't What They Used To Be… A creative response to COVID lockdown through musical collaboration
  • Publication Type:
    Conference presentation
  • Publication Sub Type:
    Presentation
  • Authors:
    Gold N, Himonides E, Purves R
  • Date:
    22/09/2020
  • Medium:
    1x audio recording and 1x video recording
  • Status:
    Published
  • Name of Conference:
    Culture, Communication & Media Jamboree 2020
  • Conference place:
    UCL Institute of Education, London via Moodle
  • Conference start date:
    22/09/2020
  • Conference finish date:
    25/09/2020
  • Language:
    English
  • Keywords:
    asynchronous digital collaboration, music technology, jazz performance, coronavirus COVID 19, lockdown
  • Notes:
    Audio and video files are only available within UCL network.
Abstract
Abstract: This contribution consists of two files, an audio recording (TAWTUTB_GoldHimonidesPurves.mp3) and a video recording (TAWTUTB_AccompVideo_GoldHimondesPurves.mp4). The audio is a performance of Mercer Ellington's 1942 composition 'Things Ain't What They Used To Be' (Piano: Nicolas Gold; Guitar, Programming and Production: Evangelos Himonides; Saxophone: Ross Purves). This was recorded as musical collaboration that we undertook during lockdown conditions in the UK in 2020. This project started out as simply a fun experiment to see if we could produce a jazz or blues track while not being able to meet. However, it led to some interesting issues being revealed about the process of music making under those conditions. The accompanying video covers our experiences and reflections as musicians working with whatever technology was at hand as we produced this track in asynchronous fashion.
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