Musics Scrapbook

These pages are a kind of archive arranged in reverse chronological order; you’ll find the newer stuff nearer the top of the page. For more recordings, check the discography, downloads, and project and ensemble pages [more…].

Unless otherwise noted, all music, audio and video recordings, films, scores, texts and titles, © + ℗ their respective owners. Partly due to the collaborative production of much of this material, some of this stuff is in copyright limbo.

Performers featured: Gustavo Aguilar, Sean Ali, Richard Barrett, boundless, Chris Brown, Murray Campbell, Sander Lopes Cardozo, Chris Chafe, Church of Sonology, Gerald Cleaver, Chris Corrigan, Bruce Coates, Steven Davis, Nick Didkovsky, Paul Dunmall, Peter Elsdon, Eris 136199, Michael Evans, Peter Evans, Alex Fiennes, Gargantius Effect, Jonathan Goldberger, Dan Goren, Charles Hayward, io 0.0.1 beta++, Louise Dam Eckardt Jensen, kumar, Dominic Lash, Ingrid Laubrock, Okkyung Lee, liaison, Trevor Lines, Melanie L. Marshall, Mathilde 253, Will McEvoy, Randy McKean, Manuela Meier, Tamsin Mendelsohn, Ulrich Mitzlaff, Jonathan Moritz, Elspeth Murray, Don Nichols, Doug Van Nort, Numbers, Koen Nutters, Peter O’Doherty, Pauline Oliveros, Gascia Ouzounian, Han-earl Park, Evan Parker, Mike Pride, Nuno Rebelo, Pedro Rebelo, resplendent, Stu Ritchie, Gino Robair, root, Simon Rose, Mark Sanders, Franziska Schroeder, Richard Scott, seabass, Catherine Sikora, Josh Sinton, Ian Smith, Jamie Smith, Tasos Stamou, Paul Stapleton, Table, The Transmission, Mark Trayle, vespucci, Christopher Williams, Willow Williamson, Jack Wright and Justin Yang.

2009: Belfast and Cork

Paul Dunmall and Han-earl Park

Paul Dunmall (saxophone) and Han-earl Park (guitar).

Music by Paul Dunmall and Han-earl Park.
Recorded live, November 6, 2009 at the Ó Riada Hall, UCC Music Building, Cork.
Performance presented as part of the UCC Concert Series.
Audio: recorded and mixed by Han-earl Park.
Video: recorded John Hough, edited by Han-earl Park.

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Droniphonia

Pauline Oliveros (bandoneon and electronics) with Chris Corrigan (diffussion), Manuela Meier (accordion), Gascia Ouzounian (violin), Han-earl Park (guitar), Pedro Rebelo (piano), Franziska Schroeder (saxophones), Justin Yang (saxophones), plus Chris Chafe (celleto and electronics) and Doug Van Nort (electronics).

‘Droniphonia’ by Pauline Oliveros.
Recorded live, May 16, 2009 at the Sonic Arts Research Center, Belfast.
Performance presented as part of Sonorities 2009.

Han-earl Park and Franziska Schroeder

Han-earl Park (guitar) and Franziska Schroeder (saxophone).

Music by Han-earl Park and Franziska Schroeder.
Recorded live, March 26, 2009 at the Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork.
Performance presented by the Lewis Glucksman Gallery.
Recorded and mastered by Han-earl Park.

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Han-earl Park, Paul Dunmall, Mark Sanders and Jamie Smith

Paul Dunmall (saxophone), Han-earl Park (guitar), Mark Sanders (drums) and Jamie Smith (guitar).

Music by Paul Dunmall, Han-earl Park, Mark Sanders and Jamie Smith.
Recorded live, February 11, 2009 at the Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork.
Performance presented as part of the UCC Concert Series.
Audio: recorded and mixed by Jamie Smith.
Video: recorded John Hough, edited by Han-earl Park.

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2007: Birmingham

Bruce Coates, Paul Dunmall, Trevor Lines, Han-earl Park and Jamie Smith

Bruce Coates (saxophones), Paul Dunmall (saxophones), Trevor Lines (bass), Han-earl Park (guitar) and Jamie Smith (guitar).

Music by Bruce Coates, Paul Dunmall, Trevor Lines, Han-earl Park and Jamie Smith.
Recorded live, November 1, 2007 at The Victoria, Birmingham.
Performance presented by FrImp and Improvisation Birmingham.
Recorded and mixed by Chris Trent.

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2002: Edinburgh and London

Church of Sonology

Church of Sonology: siblings resplendent (voice, violin and electronics), boundless (voice and poetry), root (diffussion), liaison (guitar and electronics) and seabass (voice); with The Transmission (siblings kumar: percussion; and vespucci: synthesizer and electronics).

Music by Church of Sonology.
Recorded live, October 28, 2002 at the City Café, Edinburgh.
Performance presented as part of dialogues 2002.
Recorded by sibling root. Mastered by sibling liaison.

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Church of Sonology: siblings resplendent (voice and electronics) and liaison (guitar, electronics and voice) with The Transmission (siblings kumar: percussion and voice; and vespucci: synthesizer, electronics and voice).

Music by Church of Sonology.
Recorded live, May 13, 2002 at Resonance FM, London.
Performance broadcast as part of You Are Hear.
Recorded by Resonance FM. Additional material recorded by sibling liaison.
Mixed by siblings vespucci and liaison.

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2000: Valencia

Polygon III

Han-earl Park (kazoo), Melanie L. Marshall (dealing) and Willow Williamson (voice).

Music by Han-earl Park, Melanie L. Marshall and Willow Williamson.
Score by Han-earl Park.
Recorded live, April 23, 2000 at the California Institute of the Arts, Valencia.

1998: Amsterdam and Den Haag

35 on 16

Murray Campbell (violin, voice and miscellaneous weirdness), Han-earl Park (guitar), Koen Nutters (bass guitar and death-metal cues) and Sander Lopes Cardozo (drums).

Music by Murray Campbell, Han-earl Park, Koen Nutters and Sander Lopes Cardozo.
Film (‘35 on 16’) by Charlotte Wanhill.
Recorded live, August 28, 1998 at Paradiso, Amsterdam.
Performance presented as part of Sonic Acts.

Lines

Murray Campbell (violin), Han-earl Park (guitar), Koen Nutters (bass guitar) and Sander Lopes Cardozo (drums).

Music by Han-earl Park, Koen Nutters, Murray Campbell and Sander Lopes Cardozo.
Film (‘Lines’) by Han-ter Park.
Recorded live, August 29, 1998 at Paradiso, Amsterdam.
Performance presented as part of Sonic Acts.

Polymorphous Flesh + Polygon III

Murray Campbell (violin, stunts, sheep, etc), Melanie L. Marshall (dealing), Peter O’Doherty (ocarina) and Han-earl Park (kazoo).

Music by Murray Campbell, Melanie L. Marshall, Peter O’Doherty and Han-earl Park.
Scores (‘Polymorphous Flesh’ and ‘Polygon III’) by Han-earl Park.
Recorded live, May 1998 at Korzo, Den Haag.

1997: Den Haag

Campbell Park Table Trio

Murray Campbell (violin), Han-earl Park (guitar) and Table (score).

Music by Murray Campbell, Han-earl Park and Table.
Score (‘Table’) created by Violeta Albareda, Murray Campbell, Linda Defort, Isak Goldschneider, Melanie L. Marshall, Kira Moon, Peter O’Doherty, Han-earl Park, D. Andrew Stewart, Annie Tångberg, Alex Fiennes, Richard Visser and others.
Recorded live, November 28, 1997 at Korzo, Den Haag.

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