SCORES OF PEOPLE: how to take part

Ever wanted to write music but haven’t known how? Do you write music already but want to explore new ways to spark your creativity?

We want you to take part in our #ScoresOfPeople music project. You don’t need any musical experience.

#ScoresOfPeople is a project where you will compose and/or make music to graphic scores. A graphic score illustrates music in images or symbols, instead of using traditional notation. Find out how to take part below, and click here to see the gallery of graphic scores that people have already created: www.moogiewonderland.co.uk/scores-of-people-graphic-score-gallery

 

GET INVOLVED

 

  1. Create a graphic score 

  • Compose your graphic score (you could use drawing, painting, collage, animation, film, photography, text, sculpture)

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  1. Perform and record a graphic score

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  1. Share your work! (#ScoresOfPeople)

  • If you’ve composed a graphic score share it for others to find so that they can perform it
  • If you’ve recorded a performance inspired by a graphic score, share it with the original image for others to hear
  • You can share your scores or recordings by:
    • Sharing them on Instagram using the hashtag #ScoresOfPeople and tagging @moogiewonderland
    • Sending graphic scores or links to audio files to info@moogiewonderland.co.uk – we will add them to the Scores Of People Gallery page and to our social media (files may take up to 48 hours to appear and are subject to our community standards).

 

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2 Comments

  • Reply Roger Evans September 1, 2020 at 6:07 am

    Do you know Nina Whitehead? She’s a composer – Northern School of Music and Goldsmiths. Nina is very interested in this form of composition.

  • Reply david scher September 4, 2020 at 4:05 pm

    I have been creating and performing graphic scores for 50 years.
    with my partners in Frank Noise.

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