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Author Archives: McClure Productions

Using Science and a Hawaiian Volcano to Create New Music (NCPR)

Using Science and a Hawaiian Volcano to Create New Music (NCPR)

Todd Moe interviews Glenn for North Country Public Radio this morning.  Todd Moe caught up with Glenn McClure by phone to find out more about his life-long advocacy for exploring the environment through musical compositions, and “sonifying” scientific data into musical sketches. Listen below:

Kyrie: Caribbean Mass by Glenn McClure – Original Arrangement

Kyrie: Caribbean Mass by Glenn McClure – Original Arrangement

Kyrie: Caribbean Mass by Glenn McClure original arrangement performed by BYU Hawaii Choir and Shaka Steel in 2001

Kyrie: Caribbean Mass by Glenn McClure

Kyrie: Caribbean Mass by Glenn McClure

  Kyrie: Caribbean Mass by Glenn McClure -2013 Massachusetts All-State festival chorus at Symphony Hall, Boston, conductor, Janet Galvan. Kyrie Concert SATB (one steel drum, piano, percussion)

Decentralized Listening: Ice Vibrations

Decentralized Listening: Ice Vibrations

Decentralized Listening: Ice Vibrations: Sound Installation at UC San Diego based on the sonification of seismic data from the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica

TEDxSUNYGeneseo – Music in the Numbers

TEDxSUNYGeneseo – Music in the Numbers

This talk explores the connection between Music, Mathematics and Science from its origins in Ancient Greece to Glenn McClure’s recent work with the European Space Agency Operations Center Choir. He demonstrates how numerical data sets can be translated into melodies and harmonies, thereby rediscovering the dynamic relationship between Science and the Arts.

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