Temporal Phases is a piece that mixes controlled computer improvisation with non-improved notes. The computer improvisation element of the piece is created by having the pitches fixed by the order in which they are played is variable, based on probability. This piece was composed and realized entirely in MAX. MAX is an icon based programming language developed by Miller Pucket.
Duration: 6 Minutes
This piece was premiered on Eric D. Sharp’s composition recital on March 26, 1995 at the Daniel Recital Hall in Long Beach, CA.
This piece was also played on a CSULB Composers' Guild Concert on April 24, 1996 at the Daniel Recital Hall in Long Beach, CA.This piece was also played on the Extragalactic Music Festival on August 31, 2007 in the Performing Art Room at Galveston College in Galveston, TX.
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