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Tin Pan
2022
Performed
Salvo
Six Improvisations On Tin by Dan Senn
by the composer.

“Tin Pan Salvo”
was improvised and recorded
 at Studio FMEra in Watertown, WI, in June of 2022,
made in preparation for a September
performance at the annual SKOP Festival in Frankfurt,
 Germany. The sounds here, recombined,
form the sonic substance, a second generation live
improvisation, of the 32' video/text/sound work
  "The Great Migration."


Listen to Six Improvised Works
Use headphones please!

a. 4'17"
b. 3'43"
c. 5'54"
d. 2'50"
e. 5'43"
f. 5'05"


The banner above is a closeup of the sheet metal
tubes used to perform this work.





Dan Senn is a fluxus artist working in music composition
and event production, kinetic sound sculpture and installation, experimental and documentary film. He has been a professor of music and art in the United States and Australia and travels internationally as a lecturer, performer and installation artist. He lives in Prague where he directs the Echofluxx Media Art festivals, and Watertown, Wisconsin, in the USA, with his partner-collaborator, Caroline Senn. Dan's work moves freely between expressive extremes and languages depending upon the aesthetic joust at hand. Dan is co-founder of Roulette Intermedium in New York City, Cascadia Composers of Portland Oregon, and the Echofluxx media festivals in Prague.