drawing sound

drawing sound is an extracurricular, interdisciplinary, collaborative performance, 

including live blind drawing by eight auburn university painting and drawing students 

directed by visiting assistant professor Alexandra giannell, exploring the language of

mark-making as a tool to interpret instrumental nuances in ned rorem's trio for 

flute, cello, and piano performed by the Pangaea chamber players in 2018. Student blind drawings

are on display in Auburn university's department of music, and are being used as the Pangaea chamber players' Three perspectives album cover and in international promotional tour materials.

practice  |  MARK-MAKING INTERPRETATIONS OF FLUTE, CELLO, PIANO

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performance  |  blind drawing performance w/ Pangaea chambER PLAYERS

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study of the flute

study of the cello

study of the piano

study of all instruments

drawingS  |  STUDENT BLIND DRAWINGS FROM performance w/ Pangaea chamber players

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music  |  Pangaea chamber players 

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purchase their album 

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