Calligrammes - documentation video from the premiere, May 2017

00.00 1a. Prolog. Dans och Observers. 03.44 1b. Paysage - Fumées. 32-stämmig kör. 10.20 2. Un Oiseau chante. 16-stämmig kör 16.18 3. Ombre. 8-stämmig kör 21.37 4. Liens. 12 solister. Interaktiva linor - Gigantic Vocal Chorder. 29.28 5. Mutation. Dubbelkör. 33.14 6. Il Pleut. Tenorsolo och The Throat. 37.25 7a. Le Chant d ́Amour. 16-stämmig kör. 44.38 7b. Epilog. Interaktion, dans, Observers, kör, Gigantic Vocal Chorder
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Liens from Calligrammes

This is a part of the choral suite "Calligrammes". Music by Carl Unander-Scharin Text by Guillaume Apollinaire Conductor Peter Dijkstra Swedish Radio Choir. Berwaldhall, May 2017
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Carl Unander-Scharin Demonstrate TheThroatIII_Ocotber2012

 A demonstration of the interactive instrument Throat III during the performances of The Elephant Man at NorrlandsOperan, October 2012

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Reportagen The Elephant Man, TV4, October 2012

Reportage The Elephant Man, TV4, October 2012 

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Reportage on The Elephant Man Kulturnyheterna, October 2012

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Ombra mai Fu - interactive installation

OMBRA MAI FÙ This sensual tree, built of copper, reacts on the closeness of the audience. When the audience approach, the tree performs the Largo by Handel with its trembling loudspeaker-leafs. In this aria, Xerxes gives voice to his love for a tree that allows him to seek refuge in its shadow. Through the stem of the copper-tree, wires are led from the base to brass-leaves that tremble by the sound waves. Two sensors are placed on the stem, and through the computers and circuit cards placed in the root system they transform the movements of the audience to music, wind and light. Idea and intonation: Åsa and Carl Unander-Scharin Construction of the copper tree, and technician: Petra Kiiskinen Aria: Georg Friederich Handel (from Xerxes, 1738) Remix, song, electronics, programming: Carl Unander-Scharin Idea- and electronics consulting: Magnus Lundin Light design: Anders Larsson World premiere during the inauguration of Piteå Acusticum in 2007. Has been exhibited in the foyer of GöteborgsOperan. Scen- och Sinnesproduktion, with support from The Swedish Arts Council and The Swedish Arts Grants committee.

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A 2011 Silver Swan - Randi Røssaak performs in the MidiHarp/ Vocal Chorder

Music by Orlando Gibbons (1612), arranged by Carl Unander-Scharin (2011)
 Soprano and performer: Randi Røssaak
Virtual a Capella choir: 
Randi Røssaak, Maria Sanner, Gong Yinjia, Carl Unander-Scharin, Staffan Liljas. 
The Midi-Harp/ Vocal Chorder: 
Concept, programming: Carl Unander-Scharin
Construction: Stefan Knudsen (Den Anden Opera, Copenhagen)
Interactiondesign and intonation: Carl and Åsa Unander-Scharin

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Ombra Mai Fu - Carl Unander-Scharin (

An Electronic Opera version of Händel´s Ombra Mai Fu, recorded and arranged by Carl Unander-Scharin

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