Film, Video Augmented Realities: Introducing a Game to its Music

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Title
Augmented Realities: Introducing a Game to its Music
Summary

The Coolidge Auditorium transforms into a game creation lab as a new Library of Congress commission by composer Austin Wintory gets re-spawned as part of a video game score, all while you watch. A new game was designed for this event. This reduced version of the program includes "Arrows," a new work commissioned by the McKim Fund in the Library of Congress. The Triforce Quartet also performed on the concert.

Program:
[0:10] Introduction by David Plylar and Solomon Haileselassie
[5:30] Austin Wintory: "Arrows" (2019) (world premiere)
Commissioned by the McKim Fund in the Library of Congress
Philippe Quint, violin & Peter Dugan, piano
[17:57] First Panel Commentary: Austin Wintory, Rami Ismail, Bryan Mosley, Gene Dreyband
[31:11] Austin Wintory: "Arrows" (2019), 2nd performance
Philippe Quint, violin & Peter Dugan, piano
[42:34] Second Panel Commentary: Austin Wintory, Rami Ismail, Bryan Mosley, Gene Dreyband
[53:15] Third Panel Commentary: Austin Wintory, Rami Ismail, Bryan Mosley, Gene Dreyband, Philippe Quin, Peter Dugan
[58:00] Austin Wintory: "Arrows" (2019), 3rd performance with video
Philippe Quint, violin & Peter Dugan, piano

Event Date
April 05, 2019
Running Time
1 hours 9 minutes 28 seconds
Online Format
video
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Augmented Realities: Introducing a Game to its Music. 2019. Video. https://www.loc.gov/item/webcast-9762/.

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(2019) Augmented Realities: Introducing a Game to its Music. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/webcast-9762/.

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Augmented Realities: Introducing a Game to its Music. 2019. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/webcast-9762/>.

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