Thursday, September 28, 2017

“Lucent Confitage” For Ensemble Viola Deora. Allinity Troupe Cornet in D, Calibrium Banjo, Alto Flute (Mars Hill Tuning), Fulcanelli Concept Oboe Bil Smith Composer




“Lucent Confitage”

For Ensemble

Viola Deora

Allinity Troupe Cornet in D

Calibrium Banjo

Alto Flute (Mars Hill Tuning)

Fulcanelli Concept Oboe

Bil Smith Composer

2017

A Commission From Discovery Communications










Monday, September 25, 2017

"A Hand of Patience on the Floor of the Pool" (2012-2013). The Recording




"A Hand of Patience on the Floor of the Pool" (2012-2013). 
Bil Smith Composer.
LISTEN on SoundCloud  

https://soundcloud.com/bil-smith/a-hand-of-patience-on-the

Flute 2
 Bruised mouth, plane of intersection



Flute 3 
Supine forearm extended across a candlewick bedspread



Tape 1
Alto Flute; Handhold of Reality


Non-Tape Alto Flute 2
Hand beneath her knees and gripped her/his right thigh




Tape Ex
Independent existence , the phenomenology of the pre-Cambrian trilobite

Flute 1
Whirled-down draught; defective tape 

A Clarinet
Sonic pegged down too firmly...fluid backward to the poet of drainage

Friday, September 15, 2017

Unknown Composition


Now In Hot Attics and Institutional Vaults of Decidedly Sub-Archival ... For Piano. The Score



"Now In Hot Attics and Institutional Vaults of Decidedly Sub-Archival Womblike Moistness 
Our Campaign Ribbons Have Turned The Colors of Cattails and Almond Grass"

For Piano

Bil Smith Composer

The Score:

The 3D Printed Flute by Amit Zoran



Link to PDF Article, The 3D Printed Flute


This paper considers the controversy of modern acoustic instruments, which may have come to an evolutionary impasse, due to its high standardization that makes it difficult to explore design modifications. A new approach for the design and fabrication of an acoustic instrument is presented, using digital fabrication technologies, and specifically 3D printing, which has the potential to influence new designs, and to lead to new acoustics and ergonomic innovations. This paper describes the key concepts of this approach, presenting the development process of such a 3D printed instrument—a prototype of a 3D printed concert flute, some other 3D printed elements, and a conceptual example of an innovative trumpet—discussing the potential of the new technology in fabricating and designing of musical instruments.