richard
hoadley
musik
through_the_sharp_hawthorn

through the sharp hawthorn (blows the cold wind)

 

1987, rev. 1994

 

for flute and piano

twine

music for twine

 

2018

 

a video by Chris Frazer Smith,

music by Richard Hoadley

 

In collaboration with Argentinian tango,

Twine is a contemporary choreography of intimacy for two exceptional dance artists.

calders_violin

calder's violin

 

2011

 

automatic music for violin and computer

unthinking_things_stones

unthinking things (stones)

 

2018

 

automatic music for choir, material objects,

electronics and live score projection

 

music and programming by Richard Hoadley

text by Bishop George Berkeley

in_principio

in principio

 

1989

 

commissioned by charterhouse choir

 

versions for choir and organ and choir and brass group

runner-up in the lewis silkin choral music prize 1989

hoadley_hall_and_brown_poster

fluxus

 

2012

 

automatic music for piano and computer

 

also

fluxus tree

 

2012-3

 

automatic music for sculpture, dancer(s), instrument ('cello) and computer

 

photo credit to julio d'escrivan

unthinking_things

unthinking things

 

2018-present

 

automatic music for choir, material objects,

electronics and live score projection

music and programming by Richard Hoadley

text by Bishop George Berkeley

kings_place_triggered

sextet (still life)

 

1987, rev. 1988

 

for string sextet: two violins, two violas, two violoncellos

the_copenhagen_interpretation

the copenhagen interpretation

 

1999

 

automatic music for four computers and four synthesisers

fluxus

fluxus

2012

automatic music for piano and computer

 

photograph courtesy of julio d'escrivan

hoadley_hall_and_brown_poster

choreograms

 

2016

 

automatic music for dancers, musicians,

computer and live score projection

music and programming by Richard Hoadley;

text by Phil Terry;

choreography by Jane Turner

december_variations

december variations

 

2014

 

automatic music for computer, piano and live score projection

december_mobile

december mobile

 

2016-18

 

for string sextet: two violins, two violas, two violoncellos

four_archetypes

four archetypes

 

1994

 

for large orchestra

 

commissioned by the Cambridge-Heidelberg-Montpelier Orchestra

with funds provided by Eastern Arts

through_the_sharp_hawthorn

through the sharp hawthorn (blows the cold wind)

 

1987, rev. 1994

 

for flute and piano

quantum_canticorum

quantum canticorum

 

2013

 

automatic music for dancers, clarinet, computer and live score projection

how_to_play_the_piano

how to play the piano

2015

automatic music for piano and computer

a

a continual snowfall of petrochemicals

 

1998-9

 

automatic music for computers and Yamaha SY synthesisers

 

This image of Jupiter’s southern hemisphere was taken by NASA’s Juno
spacecraft on October 24 at 2:11 p.m. EDT (11:11 a.m. PDT). At the time the image was
taken, Juno was 20,577 miles (33,115 km) from the tops of the clouds of the planet at
a latitude of minus 52.96 degrees. The color-enhanced view captures one of the white
ovals in the ‘String of Pearls,’ one of eight massive rotating storms at 40 degrees
south latitude on the gas giant.
Image credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS / Gerald Eichstaedt / Sean Doran.