composer

Plompen, Peter

Peter Plompen is geboren op1 februari in Utrecht. Hij studeert piano en is werkzaam als computerprogrammeur en systeemontwerper. In 1975 behaalt hij het staatsexamen piano.

related works

Selected Blend 84 : (1984) / Peter Plompen

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Electronic music
Instruments: soundtrack

Lichtgewicht : (1999; rev. 2000), for two or four audio tracks / René Uijlenhoet

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Electronic music
Instruments: soundtrack

De voorzienigheid : elektro-akoestische muziek, 2006 / René Uijlenhoet

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Electronic music

Kompositie 1972 : electronic music, 1972 (score 1995) / Jan Boerman

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Electronic music
Instruments: tape

 

composition

Triptiek : (1983) / Peter Plompen

Publisher: Amsterdam: Donemus / NEAR, 1999
Publisher's number: 10938
Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Electronic music
Instruments: soundtrack
Remarks: Elektronische muziek. - Met financiële steun van het Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst. - Cop. Donemus, 1999. - Tijdsduur: ca. 26'
Duration: 26'00"
Number of players: 1
Status: not yet digitized (expected delivery time 14 days)

Contains:
Murea. -
Varana. -
Naira
Description:
Program note (English): Triptiek consists of the parts Murea, Varana and Naira. These titles refer exclusively to the parts of this composition and bear no relation to reality beyond. They only reflect the composer's desire to create a number of autonomous sound worlds. For each of these parts a limited amount of sound material was used. From this material which comes exclusively from electronic sources, new sounds have been made using various processes. In this way, 'sound families' have been created which partially provide a certain balance in the music even where sound and time structures largely differ. In the production of the source material, extensive use was made of various forms of frequency modulation. In order to control these modulations properly, modulation programmes with tone-burst generators were made. A number of these modulation programmes were constructed in such a way that the modulated signal was also given a rhythmic structure. In combination with tape dealy and feedback, this
method led to a rather complex but well-controled polyphony. Triptiek was awarded an honourable mention in the 12me Concours International de Musique Electroacoustique de Bourges 1984. - PETER PLOMPEN

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