Posts Tagged ‘Graphic Notation’

DabbledooMusic in Waterford

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Yo, today we’ll be doing a DabbledooMusic workshop in the Central Library as part if Waterford’s New Music Week. At the moment it’s fully booked up but if you’d like to pop down for a chat or to buy the book, yr more than welcome.

Also, we have the book on sale in Designist and Opus 2 on George’s St. in Dublin. We’re delighted to also be doing a workshop in the Centre for Creative Practices on Saturday February 23. You can book a spot here.

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DabbledooMusic Is Rollin!

Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

Big thanks to everyone who dropped down to the launch and took part in the workshop. Great to get so much positive feedback on the project! Anyone looking for books can contact me directly for now. We’ll have them online and in independent music shops in the new year.

Dabbledoo Music

Friday, December 14th, 2012

DabbledooMusic is a project Shane McKenna (musician, educator, creative badman) and myself started just over a year ago aimed at giving people the ability to compose and perform music without having to worry about reading standard notation. Using graphic and animated notation, one can perform these scores on any instrument they like (no instruments? then use your voice and some body percussion!). Here’s what it looks like:

We just got our first educational book printed. Aimed at 6-12 year olds, we’ll be launching this at 2pm tomorrow Saturday December 15th in the Centre for Creative Practices, Pembroke St, Dublin. We’ll be running a full workshop showing how the book works as well as providing instruments and graphic scores from the book for people to join in and make some noise! Here’s a taster of what the book will look like: