TOCCATA - Household objects

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The film was conceived freely as a live-action musical animation, reminiscent of the system used in musical animation software, such as Stephen Malinowski's Music Animation Machine.

Domestic and pertinent objects, common in the still life genre, were acquired and used within a structure defined mainly by music.

The music is the Toccata of the first part of the Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, by Johann Sebastian Bach, one of his most famous compositions and a surprising and surprising piece of music. Often involved in controversy, Bach's authorship was questioned by musicologists from the 1960s because of the unusual structure of the piece, not seen in the music of the time. It is presented by Peter Hurford on the 1978 album, Bach: The Great Organ Works.

The film is an exploration of the nature of time, the relentless violence of entropy and creative energy and its relationship to music itself. Toccata and Fuga in D Menor have a cinematic history that dates back to the era of silent cinema, when orchestras played music in films. The play became frequently used in the horror genre and famous as the opening of the 1970s Rollerball film.



Credits:
Creative direction and production: Optical arts
Editor: Matt Cronin
Visual effects supervisor: Miguel Wratten
Colourist: Martin Pryor
1st Assistant Camera: Elliott Lowe
Style: Jamie-Lee Harding

The film was conceived freely as a live-action musical animation, reminiscent of the system used in musical animation software, such as Stephen Malinowski's Music Animation Machine.

Domestic and pertinent objects, common in the still life genre, were acquired and used within a structure defined mainly by music.

The music is the Toccata of the first part of the Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, by Johann Sebastian Bach, one of his most famous compositions and a surprising and surprising piece of music. Often involved in controversy, Bach's authorship was questioned by musicologists from the 1960s because of the unusual structure of the piece, not seen in the music of the time. It is presented by Peter Hurford on the 1978 album, Bach: The Great Organ Works.

The film is an exploration of the nature of time, the relentless violence of entropy and creative energy and its relationship to music itself. Toccata and Fuga in D Menor have a cinematic history that dates back to the era of silent cinema, when orchestras played music in films. The play became frequently used in the horror genre and famous as the opening of the 1970s Rollerball film.



Credits:
Creative direction and production: Optical arts
Editor: Matt Cronin
Visual effects supervisor: Miguel Wratten
Colourist: Martin Pryor
1st Assistant Camera: Elliott Lowe
Style: Jamie-Lee Harding

O filme foi concebido livremente como uma animação musical de ação ao vivo, remanescente do sistema usado em software de animação musical, como o Music Animation Machine de Stephen Malinowski.

Objetos domésticos e pertinentes, comuns no gênero still life, foram adquiridos e utilizados dentro de uma estrutura definida principalmente pela música.

A música é o Toccata da primeira parte do Toccata e Fugue em D Menor, de Johann Sebastian Bach, uma de suas composições mais famosas e uma peça musical surpreendente e surpreendente. Frequentemente envolvida em controvérsias, a autoria de Bach foi questionada por musicólogos da década de 1960 por causa da estrutura incomum da peça, não vista na música da época. É apresentado por Peter Hurford no álbum de 1978, Bach: The Great Organ Works.

O filme é uma exploração da natureza do tempo, a violência implacável da entropia e da energia criativa e sua relação com a própria música. Toccata e Fuga no D Menor têm uma história cinematográfica que remonta à era do cinema mudo, quando as orquestras tocavam música nos filmes. A peça tornou-se frequentemente usada no gênero terror e famosa como a abertura do filme Rollerball dos anos 70.



Créditos:
Direção criativa e produção: artes ópticas
Editor: Matt Cronin
Supervisor de efeitos visuais: Miguel Wratten
Colourist: Martin Pryor
1º Assistente de Câmera: Elliott Lowe
Estilo: Jamie-Lee Harding

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