Stollery - press reviews

Press/Media: Research

Description

Please refer to publisher's website for press reviews of works on:

Un Son Peut En Cacher Un Autre

https://www.electrocd.com/fr/album/2341/Pete_Stollery/Un_son_peut_en_cacher_un_autre

and

Scènes

https://www.electrocd.com/fr/album/2428/Pete_Stollery/Sc%C3%A8nes

Period1 Jan 2005 → 1 Jan 2014

Media coverage

1

Media coverage

  • TitleStollery - media coverage
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date1/01/14

Media contributions

2

Media contributions

  • TitleScenes - Pete Stollery
    Media name/outletElectrocd
    Media typeWeb
    CountryFrance
    Date8/12/12
    DescriptionSubtlety is also a keyword to bring into the classroom as we approach Scènes (empreintes DIGITALes, IMED 11111) by Pete Stollery, an electroacoustic composer who studied under the great Jonty Harrison and is now a Professor at the University of Aberdeen, where he is a strong advocate for new music in Scotland via the agency of InvisiblEARts.
    URLhttps://www.electrocd.com/fr/album/2428/Pete_Stollery/Sc%C3%A8nes
    PersonsPete Stollery
  • TitleUn son peut en cacher un autre
    Media name/outletElectrocd
    Media typeWeb
    CountryFrance
    Date1/01/05
    DescriptionWhen I first became involved in electroacoustic music, I was fascinated with the way that technology could allow the composer to work directly with sound, in a similar way to how a sculptor or potter works with his/her materials. The ability to manipulate material at this basic level is a central aspect of my music and this can be seen most obviously from pieces which are concerned with the interplay between the ‘meanings’ associated with sounds and these sounds as pure sonic material, divorced from any mimetic connotation.
    Producer/AuthorPete Stollery
    URLhttps://www.electrocd.com/en/produit/imed_0678/Pete_Stollery/Un_son_peut_en_cacher_un_autre/pistes
    PersonsPete Stollery