rite of spring research course

 
 

Filmed, Week 10, Friday, June 1

Concluding the course with a showing we were able to put together all the sections we have worked on during the quarter.

A big thank you to the students and cast from the spring course for their commitment and contributions.

 
 

Filmed, Week 8, Friday, May 19.

Putting several of the more developed sections together. Cutting out Ritual of Abduction, we cut to Round Dances of Spring.
(5.58 and 3.00 min)

This week we also worked on a Family Tree idea for Introduction of the second part. (2.00 min)

 
 

Emerging opening section (6.30min)
Filmed, Week 7, Friday, May 12

Music: Rite of Spring for two pianos
Tamriko Siprashvili and Mark Anderson

At this stage we worked much closer with the music sections, working on phrase lengths during the Introduction, rhythmic and section connections during Augurs of Spring, and layering in material from the Round Dances in the second half of Augurs.

 
 

Emerging opening section (8.40min)
Filmed, Week 5, Friday, April 27

Music: Rite of Spring for two pianos
Tamriko Siprashvili and Mark Anderson

We worked on the partnering part and then just filmed from the opening. The first section is a bit ropey for this reason.

 
 

Emerging opening section (7.20min)
Filmed, Week 4, Friday, April 20

Music: Rite of Spring for two pianos
Tamriko Siprashvili and Mark Anderson

Various sections move out of frame and instructions are called out across the juxtaposed use of the music.

 
 

Emerging opening section (2.10min)
Filmed Week 3, Friday, April 13

Music: Rite of Spring (Orchestral Version)
Columbia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Igor Stravinsky

 
 

Emerging opening section (2.10min)
Filmed Week 3, Friday, April 13

Music: Rite of Spring for two pianos
Tamriko Siprashvili and Mark Anderson