Update – October

Preparation of sound files for the on-line survey: selection of musical examples, processing and generating of sound files.

Participation at the international conference „Cultural integration, transfers, signs of memory” (27-28 October 2016) with the paper „Sound transfers. Bird songs and “There was a time“ by Coreen Morsink“. Publication in the proceedings of the paper.

Recordings in Churches

St. Trinity
St. Transfiguration

Comaprative recordings in 440 Hz and 432 Hz:
Yosif Yosifov – violin

Update September

Recordings in churches in Sofia

St. Alexander nevsky
St. Petka – old
St. Nedelya
St. Nikolay from Mir

Making comparative recordings in 440 HZ and 432 Hz:
Anna Karalasheva – violoncello

Ordered the books:

  1. Yost, А – „Fundamentals of hearing“
  2. Кölsch, St. – s “Music and the Brain”
  3. Patel, Aniruddh D. – “Music, Language, and the Brain”
  4. Horowitz, S. – “The Universal Sense: How Hearing Shapes the Mind”
  5. Sloboda, J. – “The Musical Mind – The Cognitive Psychology of Music
  6. Haynes, Br. – “History of Performing Pitch: The Story of ‘a’”
  7. Rebuschat, P. – “Language and Music as Cognitive Systems”
  8. Arbib, M. (edited by) – “Language, Music, and the Brain: A Mysterious Relationship”
  9. Zatorre, P – “The Cognitive Neuroscience of Music”

Update – June

Bought recording technique:

Zoom H6 Handy recorder
Zoom H6 Shotgun Mic Capsule
Zoom H6 Accessory Pack

The following pieces are defined as a possible to be included in a concert programme, which will serve to present the a1 = 432 Hz concert pitch to the audience:

  1. Stefan Dragostinov – „Summer suite“
  2. Krassimir Taskov – „Adagio for stringsи“
  3. Georgi Arnaudov – „Concierto Barocco“
  4. Vassil Kazandzhiev – Two songs for higer voice and string orcehstra, soloist Miryana Kalushkova
  5. Yassen Vodenicharov – “Le Vase de Klein”
  6. Nikolay Badinsky – “Con pensieri a Samuel Beckett“for viola, cello and double bass
  7. Vassil Kazandzhiev – “Complexi Sonori”