Walking from Scores

Elena Biserna’s amazing collection of walking scores has now been published, and it includes work by Lab composer Oliver Ginger. His set of scores from borders #1 (2019) is part of his longer borders project which is an intensive investigation of the soundscape of Andover where Oliver has lived for most of his life. There’s more information and documentation on his website.

Elena’s book has only just arrived on my doormat, so I’ve not investigated it in depth yet, but it contains a wealth of walking scores, many of which are quite recent. I’m looking forward to getting walking and trying some of these out….

You can buy the book direct here.

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