SoundPainting

Created by american composer Walter Thompson in the 1970’s, SoundPainting is an international compositional sign language. Using a palette of hundreds of gestures, the Soundpainter builds live compositions with the improvised responses of an ensemble of Perfomers/Improvisers.

more info on :  http://www.soundpainting.com/

 

 

Brief History of other Conducted Improvisation techniques

In the 60’s Sun Ra, visionary keyboard player and creator/conductor of “The Arkestra”, was using an undefined mixture of written scores and collective improvisation, “cosmic-jazz”. His interstellar inspirations led him very naturally to start using very personal hands or body gestures in order to … read more

 

 

 

 

 

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