Symphony of the Heart

Just released (as in 5 minutes ago) my most ambitious solo Theremini project to date: the Symphony of the Heart, 37 minutes of spontaneous compositions in six movements. For me it is next to miraculous to be able to paint these rich polyphonic landscapes in a series of single solo recording sessions simply by waving my arms around. Thank you for all your support and encouragement. Sometimes I wonder about myself.
https://maddogfriedman.bandcamp.com/album/symphony-of-the-heart

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Hand in the Machine (Oh Why Oh Why Oh Why?)

My hand is deep in the machine on this one, not caught there, but flapping around like a fish, and with each wiggle to try to get off the hook, I feel like I might break free!

If the above player does not work for you, try this direct link:
http://www.reverbnation.com/mdfriedman/song/18167043-hand-in-the-machine

Fixing the Faucet

This is the latest taste of my peculiar illness. This is live, solo Theremin therapy. I hope you find some relief in this as well.

If the above player does not work for you, try this direct link: http://www.reverbnation.com/mdfriedman/song/18133631-fixing-the-faucet

Electrolysis of Hairy Fodder

“Electrolysis of Hairy Fodder” is the latest bit of insanity from the Mojo Medicine Show and is yours for the taking. The magic of Mad Dog’s aleatory Theremin and the Mojo Man’s iPad Synthesizer blends seamlessly in this hair raising sound scape.  Enjoy!

I Forgot What I Was Saying

Vintage, Analog, Improvisational, Experimental, Aleatory ‘Lectronica Featuring Mad Dog Friedman on Theremin created, recorded and uploaded on July 1, 2013.
In case your player isn’t playing try this direct link: www.reverbnation.com/mdfriedman/song/17841083-i-forgot-what-i-was-saying

The Kill, an experimental poetry video, by M. D. Friedman

Here’s my new video poem.  Please let me know what you think.
A full screen preview is availble at www.mdfriedman.com.

http://www.youtube.com/v/tyIILE8y424?fs=1&hl=en_US&rel=0&color1=0x006699&color2=0x54abd6

Forever Trespass


Forever Trespass” is a digital poem exploring the question, “Does the poem own the poet or the poet own poem?” The sound art for this piece was constructed from the 2D (2 directional) poem, “Forever Trespass“. The “normal” voice is reading the poem vertically (down the columns) and the “harmonized” voice is reading the same poem horizontally (across the rows). The video was made by animating my photographs and digital art and integrating it with the original sound art.