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"10048"
September 10, 2011 04:42 PM PDT

Non-vocal composition created shortly after 9/11/01 by David E. Williams. 10048 was the postal zip code of the World Trade Center.

Igne Natura Renovatur Integra: A Concert of Improvised Electronic Music in Memory of Jennifer Bates
June 12, 2011 02:30 PM PDT
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Igne Natura Renovatur Integra: 

A Concert of Improvised Electronic Music in Memory of Jennifer Bates

 

Saturday, December 1, 2007, 3PM

Germ Books and Gallery

Fishtown, Philadelphia, PA, USA

 

 

Jonathan Canady

Jerome Deppe

John Gibbons

The Extremist

David Talento

David E. Williams

 

The original invitation read as follows:

On Saturday, December 1, 2007, six esteemed Philadelphia musicians will gather at Germ Books and Gallery to ritually close the current art show of our founder, the late Jennifer Bates. At approximately 3PM, David E. Williams-- Germ's owner and Bates' widower-- will open the performance on synthesizer with a plaintive melody from one of Jennifer's own compositions. From there, the other musicians will join in an improvised performance of electronic drones, noises and other psychonautic sounds that evoke Jennifer's spirit on the day before many of her paintings leave Germ's immediate family forever to find homes among Germ's extended family. The overwhelming mood is intended to be elegiac, but with the personnel involved, one cannot predict the performance's ultimate direction, length or conclusion. The collaboration will be unrehearsed, with the intent that inspiration be drawn from Jennifer's memory, legacy and irrefutable presence. We hope to see you there.

Igna Natura Renovatur Integra: A Concert of Improvised Electronic Music in Memory of Jennifer Bates
June 12, 2011 12:50 PM PDT
itunes pic

Saturday, December 1, 2007, 3PM

Germ Books and Gallery

Fishtown, Philadelphia, PA, USA

 

Participants:

Jonathan Canady

Jerome Deppe

John Gibbons

The Extremist

David Talento

David E. Williams

 

The original invitation read as follows:

On Saturday, December 1, 2007, six esteemed Philadelphia musicians will gather at Germ Books and Gallery to ritually close the current art show of our founder, the late Jennifer Bates. At approximately 3PM, David E. Williams-- Germ's owner and Bates' widower-- will open the performance on synthesizer with a plaintive melody from one of Jennifer's own compositions. From there, the other musicians will join in an improvised performance of electronic drones, noises and other psychonautic sounds that evoke Jennifer's spirit on the day before many of her paintings leave Germ's immediate family forever to find homes among Germ's extended family. The overwhelming mood is intended to be elegiac, but with the personnel involved, one cannot predict the performance's ultimate direction, length or conclusion. The collaboration will be unrehearsed, with the intent that inspiration be drawn from Jennifer's memory, legacy and irrefutable presence. We hope to see you there.