Music Painting

Imagine this is how you sequenced.

“With the composer Matteo Negrin, we decided to make a video for his song ‘Lacrime di Giulietta’, experimenting a new tecnique that we called ‘Music painting’, a sort of music animation, painting notes on a score, telling a story. We wanted to tell a story giving a civic and environmental message, in a soft and kind way. The video took only one take (15 hours long), painting on a 12 metres paper sheet (obtained joining togheter on the back 30 A3 sheets). Then, with a long editing work, the 15 hours bacame the 3:30 minutes of the video, synchronizing each painted note with the played one.” – hodeiprogetti.com

For more info: hodeiprogetti.com/music/lacrime-di-giulietta/

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on April 29, 2011 at 3:04 am, filed under music and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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One Response to “Music Painting”

  1. aalina387 says:

    WOW awesome painting,its really interesting.I think music is the best way to express your feelings….

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