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Sarah Nicolls: Inside Out Piano (Production) [electronic resource] Digital Theatre.

by Don Boyd [director.]; Anke Trojan [Editor.]; David Hamill [Music Producer.]; Don Boyd [Cameras.]; Don Boyd [director.]; Inga Clausen [Producer.]; Liam Abel [Sound Mixer.]; Michael Frantzis [Cameras.]; Sarah Nicolls [actor.]; Sarah Nicolls [Curator.]; Tom Whitworth [Cameras.]; Digital Theatre.

Publisher: London HiBROW 2009Description: 1 streaming video file (13).Subject(s): Sarah Nicolls: Inside Out Piano (Production) | MusicLooking glass | Musician | SoundLooking glass | Twenty-First CenturyLooking glassSummary: Sarah Nicolls is an experimental pianist. She has performed with the London Sinfonietta, the Philharmonia Orchestra and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. She also plays with Mira Calix and David Sheppard in Alexander's Annexe, exploring the meeting of the grand piano and electronic music. Here, Sarah performs on her own invention: the inside-out piano. To create this instrument, Sarah transformed an upright piano, removing its insides and adding microphones and other noise-making devices. She continues to develop the inside-out piano, using it as the basis for further experiments with sound.Online access: Watch this streaming media
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Sarah Nicolls is an experimental pianist. She has performed with the London Sinfonietta, the Philharmonia Orchestra and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. She also plays with Mira Calix and David Sheppard in Alexander's Annexe, exploring the meeting of the grand piano and electronic music. Here, Sarah performs on her own invention: the inside-out piano. To create this instrument, Sarah transformed an upright piano, removing its insides and adding microphones and other noise-making devices. She continues to develop the inside-out piano, using it as the basis for further experiments with sound.

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