Experiments and Explorations Part 2

Below is a link to the second entry in a series of blogs titled ‘Experiments and Explorations’ that I write for Canterbury Christ Church University School of Music and Performing Arts:

When I last posted a few months ago, I provided you with more of a general overview of how I compose, and why. In this entry however, I am going to be looking at one of my earlier experiments in more depth.

Today the focus is on the first piece I composed while studying at my Bachelor of Music, Chaotic Control (or C.C.for short). Though I was unaware of it at the time, this piece would be the spark to my exploration of using chance and indeterminacy as compositional tools. … CLICK HERE TO READ MORE …

Experiments and Explorations Part 1

Below is a link to the first in a series of blogs titled ‘Experiments and Explorations’ that I write for Canterbury Christ Church University School of Music and Performing Arts:

The proper thing to do, I suppose, is for me to introduce myself. My name is Jason Hodgson. I’m an experimental composer currently studying Master of Music (MMus) at Canterbury Christ Church University within the School of Music and Performing Arts, with a current focus on Aleatoric and Indeterminate Composition. I’ve been given the wonderful opportunity to write a blog from my viewpoint as a Composer within the School, and as a person who composes. The entries on this blog will be mostly surface level, and could be considered … CLICK HERE TO READ MORE …