Asteraceae

Astrology, Ecology, Non-Musicology

Pisaura. (20-June 2020). Asteraceae [Compact Disc]. Sedimental Records, SEDCD067.

Tracklist [72:00]

  1. ht01 °41 suruaT norihC [7:36]
  2. Ascendant Cancer 29° 1st [6:00] Eclipse @ 4:24, Moon-Libra*
  3. ht7 °9 suirauqA sraM [9:30] Eclipses @ 1:48, Pluto-Libra*; 3:36, Jupiter-Libra*; 6:36, Uranus-Scorpio**; 8:12, Venus-Scorpio**
  4. Moon Libra 0° 3rd [1:42] Eclipses @ 0:18, Mercury-Scorpio**; 1:30, Sun-Sagittarius***
  5. ht5 °81 suirattigaS nrutaS [5:06] Eclipses @ 2:12, Neptune-Sagittarius***; 2:48, Saturn-Sagittarius***
  6. Pluto Libra 17° 4th [0:54]
  7. ht5 °51 suirattigaS enutpeN [0:18]
  8. Jupiter Libra 26° 4th [1:30]
  9. ht5 °3 suirattigaS nuS [1:12]
  10. Uranus Scorpio 11° 4th [0:48]
  11. ht5 °72 oiprocS yrucreM [0:36]
  12. Venus Scorpio 19° 4th [0:48]
  13. ht4 °91 oiprocS suneV [0:48]
  14. Mercury Scorpio 27° 5th [0:36]
  15. ht5 °72 oiprocS sunarU [0:48] Eclipse @ 0:24, Mars-Aquarius*
  16. Sun Sagittarius 3° 5th [1:12]
  17. ht4 °62 arbiL retipuJ [1:30]
  18. Neptune Sagittarius 15° 5th [0:18]
  19. ht4 °71 arbiL otulP [0:54]
  20. Saturn Sagittarius 18° 5th [5:06]
  21. dr3 °0 arbiL nooM [1:42]
  22. Mars Aquarius 9° 7th [9:30] Eclipse @ 7:54, Chiron-Taurus****
  23. ts1 °92 recnaC tnadnecsA [6:00]
  24. Chiron Taurus 14° 10th [7:36]
*Air = Compression
**Water = Filtration
***Fire = Reproduction
****Earth = Distortion

Information

Pisaura is Zizia (Amber Wolfe Rounds and Jarrod Fowler) and Michael Pisaro-Liu. Pisaura is a palearctic genus of araneomorph nursery web spiders (Pisauridae) named after the Pisaurus (Foglia) River or Pesaro region of Italy. Asteraceae (Compositae) is a cosmopolitan family of dicotyledonous flowering plants named after the Classical Latin word aster, "star". Asteraceae is a composition that layers celestial maps over terrestrial maps for indeterminacy.

Pisaura layered a celestial map of our multi-composite astrological chart over a terrestrial map of greater Los Angeles. The celestial map was sized to the terrestrial map such that the location of Saturn corresponded to the Mount Wilson Observatory and Chiron corresponded to the California Institute of the Arts. The remaining planets - Ascendant, Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto - were thus webbed throughout greater Los Angeles as determined by the celestial-terrestrial positions of Chiron and Saturn.

Pisaura gave site-specific performances, made field recordings, and took collections of natural objects at each planetary location from December 2018 to February 2019. Planetary rulership determined the day of the week or time of the month that Pisaura visited each site. For example, the Sun location would be visited either on a Sunday or when the Moon was located in Leo, the sign ruled by the Sun. Our multi-composite chart therefore provided a structure for us to create music in harmony with celestial rhythms.

Celestial rhythms appeared as terrestrial synchronicity at many planetary locations. Intentionally, Saturn-Sagittarius and Chiron-Taurus sites were selected for symbolic associations with composition and education, respectively. Synchronically, our Sun-Sagittarius site presented a colony of feral honey bees (Apis mellifera L.), which symbolize the Sun and warmth; our Ascendant-Cancer site presented waterfalls, appropriate for the cardinal water sign; while Pluto-Libra, a planet associated with both life and death, presented a graveyard.

Track contents were based on both site-specific materials and planet-sign-element-modality specific archetypes. For example, the Ascendant of our multi-composite chart was the water sign of Cancer; thus sine tones with frequencies corresponding to tidal locking rhythms, tape loops of black locust pod percussion, hydrophone recordings of carbonated water and aquarium exhibits... were incorporated into track 23. All recordings were replicated and tuned as triads in accordance with an esoteric tone spiral. Therefore, all recorded sounds simultaneously occur as sign-specific composites throughout Asteraceae.

Our multi-composite chart presented patterns from which Pisaura created melodies (Figure 1). The 360-degree chart structure was translated as a 36-beat structure comprised of three measures of 12/8 time (Figure 2). The planets and signs were thereby located within the 36-beat structure as a unique melodic pattern. Instruments were tuned based on esoteric musical systems according to Venus, which is the planetary ruler of our Moon sign, Libra. Specific musical notes that span five octaves were selected according to the tone spiral.

The astrological chart also offered patterns that determined the durations of our tracks. Track durations were correlated with our 360-degree multi-composite chart, such that one 10-degree chart segment equals one minute. For example, the duration of track 02 is 6:00, thus translating the 60-degree distance counterclockwise from our Ascendant to the appearance of our first planet, the Moon at 0° Libra in the 3rd house. Moreover, the overall degree-duration pattern was doubled and "eclipsed" across our entire 24-track sequence.

Twenty-four tracks were sequenced in retrograde inversion, clockwise and counterclockwise, with symmetry appearing between tracks 12 and 13. Other sequences or composites could be created. For example, sequences of tracks 02-04-06-08-10-12-14-16-18-20-22-24 and 23-21-19-17-15-13-11-09-07-05-03-01 could be arranged for counterclockwise playback. One 36-minute composite of the two counterclockwise playlists could be created. If the contents of all 24 tracks were reversed and the two counterclockwise playlists were inverted, then one 36-minute clockwise composite could be created.

Patterns derived from layering a celestial map over a terrestrial map provided productive methods of indeterminacy. Celestial and terrestrial rhythms were connected through the use of astrology as a chance operation across a landscape scale. Asteraceae could be performed in other locations by various individuals or groups to explore unique musical results based on celestial rhythms from astrological charts.

Credits

  • Composed and produced by Pisaura, 2018-2019
  • Mixed and Designed by Jarrod Fowler
  • Released by Sedimental Records
  • Mastered by Taku Unami
  • Distributed by hibari music

Collaborators

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  • AB2-3(X, Si)4O10(O, F, OH)2
  • Abies balsamea (L.) Mill.
  • Acer rubrum L.
  • Acoustic G20-110 Combo Amplifier
  • Akai MPC1000 Music Production Center
  • Albert Hibbs Kinetic Sculpture
  • Aluminium Foil
  • Amanita muscaria (L.) Lam. (1783)
  • Amazona Lesson, 1830
  • American Printing House for the Blind GE M5194 Cassette Recorder
  • Ampeg B100R Rocket Bass Combo Amplifier
  • Amphidium mougeotii (Brich & Schimp.) Schimp.
  • Anzia colpodes Stizenb.
  • Apis mellifera Linnaeus, 1758
  • Apple iPhone 6s
  • Arturia KeyStep Controller and Sequencer
  • Ascophyllum nodosum (L.) Le Jolis
  • Aspectek Yard Sentinel Ultrasonic Outdoor Pest & Animal Repellent
  • Asplenium trichomanes L.
  • Atriplex canescens (Pursh) Nutt.
  • Audacity 2.3.2 Multi-Track Audio Editor and Recorder
  • Aulos A211A Tenor Recorder with Baroque Fingering
  • Betula papyrifera Marshall
  • BOSS BX-8 8 Channel Stereo Mixer
  • BOSS FV-500H Volume Pedal
  • BOSS MA-1 Mascot Amplifier
  • BOSS NS-2 Noise Suppressor
  • BOSS SP-303 Dr. Sample
  • Brachythecium rutabulum (Hedw.) Schimp.
  • CaO
  • Carya ovata (Mill.) K.Koch
  • Casio SK-1 Sampling Keyboard
  • Cedrus libani A.Rich.
  • Chamaecyparis obtusa (Siebold & Zucc.) Endl.
  • Chondrus crispus Stackh.
  • Choroi Quinta Pentatonic Flute - Pear Wood - A = 432 Hz
  • Cladina rangiferina (L.) Weber x F.H.Wigg. (1780)
  • Cladonia cristatella Tuck.
  • Clavaria zollingeri Lév. (1846)
  • Codium fragile (Suringar) Hariot
  • Cold Gold Balanced Hydrophone
  • Cold Gold Buffered XLR Contact Microphone
  • CO2
  • Craterellus cornucopioides (L.) Pers.
  • Crotalaria sagittalis L.
  • Cryptomeria japonica (L.f.) D.Don
  • Cyathus striatus (Huds.) Willd.
  • D'Addario Planet Waves Cables
  • Dennstaedtia punctilobula (Michx.) T.Moore
  • Dryopteris spinulosa (Vill.) H.P.Fuchs
  • D16 Group Decimort 2 High Quality Bit Crusher
  • Equisetum arvense Linnaeus (1753)
  • Ernie Ball Volume Pedal
  • Fagus grandifolia Ehrh.
  • Fairfield Circuitry The Accountant Compressor
  • Fairfield Circuitry The Barbershop Millenium Overdrive
  • Fairfield Circuitry Shallow Water K-Field Modulator
  • Fairfield Circuitry Meet Maude Analogue Delay
  • Fairfield Circuitry Randy's Revenge Ring Modulator
  • Fairfield Circuitry The Unpleasant Surprise Experimental Fuzz/Gate
  • Fender American Standard Telecaster Solid Body Electric Guitar
  • Fender Blues Junior Laquered Tweed Tube Combo Amplifier
  • Fender Rumble 100 v3 Bass Combo Amplifier
  • Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb Guitar Amplifier
  • Fucus vesiculosus L.
  • Funaria hygrometrica Hedw.
  • Ganoderma lucidum (Curtis) P. Karst
  • Geastrum saccatum Fr.
  • Gen42 Hive Carbon
  • Ginkgo biloba L.
  • Gleditsia triacanthos L.
  • Gracilaria verrucosa (Hudson) Pappenfuss
  • Grasshopper Guiro
  • Greer Amps Lightspeed Organic Overdrive
  • Greer Amps Moonshot Germanium Pre
  • Grinnellia americana (C. Agardh) Harv.
  • Gymnosporangium juniperi-virginiana Schwein. (1882)
  • H2O
  • Haematomma accolens (Stirton) Hilm.
  • Harmony H410A H410-A Tube Amp/Combo
  • Harmony 4080 Combo Amplifier
  • Heet Sound EBow Plus
  • Hesperoyucca whipplei (Torr.) Trel.
  • Hogna aspersa (Hentz, 1844)
  • Hogna carolinensis (Walckenaer, 1805)
  • Hygrohypnum luridum (Hedw.) Jenn.
  • JMT Synth Noisy Microphone Lo-Fi Sound Mangler
  • Juglans nigra L.
  • Kay Hollow Body Electric Guitar
  • Laminaria agardhii Kjellman
  • Larix decidua Mill.
  • Lasallia papulosa (Ach.) Llano
  • Latin Percussion LP634 Cricket
  • Leucobryum glaucum (Hedw.) Ångstr.
  • Liquidambar styraciflua L.
  • Lycoperdon pyriforme Schaeff.
  • Lycopodium annotinum L.
  • Magnolia stellata (Siebold & Zucc.) Maxim.
  • Marantz PMD-660
  • Marchantia polymorpha L.
  • M-Audio Keystation 61ES
  • Melanerpes formicivorus (Swainson, 1827)
  • Metasequoia glyptostroboides Hu & W.C.Cheng, 1948
  • Mogami Cables with Neutrik Gold Connectors
  • Mooer Audio Slow Engine
  • MXR M108S 10-Band Graphic Equalizer
  • MXR Q Zone Fixed-Wah
  • Na2CO3
  • Na2O
  • Origin Effects Cali76 Compact Bass Compressor
  • Oryza sativa L.
  • Parmelia squarrosa Hale.
  • Peziza cerea Sow. (1796)
  • Picea abies (L.) H.Karst.
  • Pinus strobus L.
  • Platanus occidentalis L.
  • Polypodium vulgare Linnaeus (1753)
  • Polystichum acrostichoides (Michx.) Schott
  • Polytrichum commune Hedw.
  • Porella platyphylloidea (L.) Pfeiff.
  • Pseudoscleropodium purum (Hedw.) M.Fleisch.
  • Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn
  • Pteris cretica L.
  • Quercus alba L.
  • Rabidosa punctulata (Hentz, 1844)
  • Rabidosa rabida (Walckenaer, 1837)
  • Radial JCR Reamp Amplifier Interface
  • Radial JDI Duplex MK4 Stereo DI Box
  • Realistic Minisette-20 Compact Cassette Recorder
  • Regal Tip 550W Hickory Handle Brushes
  • Robinia pseudoacacia L.
  • RØDE NT1000 Studio Cardioid Condenser
  • RØDE NT3 Condensor Microphone
  • RØDE NT4 X/Y Stereo Condenser Microphone
  • Roland JU-06
  • Roland Micro Cube GX
  • Roland SH-01A
  • Roosebeck Heather Harp 22-String
  • Rucci Handmade 16-Step CV Sequencer
  • Rucci Handmade 3X2 Matrix Mixer
  • Rucci Handmade 4X4 Matrix Mixer
  • Rucci Handmade Clock Manipulator
  • Rucci Handmade Maximal Drone
  • Rucci Handmade Passive Filter
  • Salvia clevelandii (Gray) Greene
  • Sargassum filipendula C. Agardh
  • Selaginella apoda (L.) Spring
  • Sennheiser MKH 30 Bi-Directional Microphone
  • Sennheiser MKH 40 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
  • SiO2
  • Smallsound/Bigsound Fuck Overdrive
  • Sonotone CM10A Harmonica Microphone
  • Sony ECM-MS907 Stereo Microphone
  • Sony MDR-7506 Headphones
  • Sony TCM-200DV Standard Cassette Voice Recorder
  • Sound Devices 702 2-Track Digital Audio Recorder
  • Sphaerotrichia divaricata (C. Agardh) Kylin
  • Sphagnum capillifolium (Ehrh.) Hedw.
  • Strobilomyces floccopus (Vahl) Karst.
  • Strymon Deco Tape Saturation & Doubletracker
  • Strymon El Capistan dTape Echo
  • Strymon Flint Tremolo & Reverb
  • Suzuki M-37C Melodion Melodica
  • TC Electronic DITTO X2 Looper
  • TC Electronic Sentry Noise Gate
  • Teisco Checkmate 88 Combo Amplifier
  • Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carrière
  • Tuckermannopsis fendleri (Nyl.) Hale
  • Ulva lactuca Linnaeus (1753)
  • Umbilicaria mammulata (Ach.) Tuck
  • Unami Arduino Cricket
  • Unami-Vibe Chorus/Vibrato
  • Usnea strigosa (Ach.) Eaton
  • Venus Tuning = E-F#-B-F#-B-E
  • Vic Audio 73 Ram's Head Fuzz
  • Waldorf Blofeld Spectre
  • Wittner 903014 Taktell Metronome
  • WMD Utility Parametric Equalizer
  • Xanthoria parietina (L.) Th. Fr. (1860)
  • Yamaha Concert Grand Piano
  • ...

Locations

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  • Ascendant = Santa Ynez Falls, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272; 34.0915, -118.56863
  • Moon = Exposition Park, Los Angeles, CA 90037; 34.01738, -118.286
  • Pluto = Evergreen Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA 90033; 34.04035, -118.1979
  • Jupiter = Pine Tree Park, Monterey Park, CA 91754; 24.05463, -118.16025
  • Uranus = San Gabriel Country Club, San Gabriel, CA 91775; 34.11194, -118.09888
  • Venus = San Gabriel Mission Dam, Pasadena, CA 91107; 34.1308, -118.08628
  • Mercury = Shadow Grove Road, Pasadena, CA 91107; 24.15826, -118.06919
  • Sun = Bailey Canyon Wilderness Park, Sierra Madre, CA 91024; 34.17409, -118.06154
  • Neptune = The Bench, Winter Creek Trail, Sierra Madre, CA 91024; 34.20957, -118.05432
  • Saturn = Mount Wilson Observatory, Los Angeles County, CA 91001; 34.22587, -118.05715
  • Mars = Gleason Canyon, Los Angeles County, CA 93550; 34.44562, -118.1501
  • Chiron = California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA 91355; 34.39379, -118.5679
  • Area X, St. Marks, FL 32355; 30.073827, -84.179640
  • Plowshare Farm, Greenfield, NH 03047; 42.904692, -71.853688
  • Studio BPlus, College Park, MD 20740; 38.983861, -76.941193
  • ...

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Acknowledgements

... AJ, CP, EB, EH, JL, MK, RF, SR, TB, TS, TU ...

Figures

Figure 1. Melody composed from a 5:7 polyrhythm performed at Saturn = Mount Wilson Observatory on Winter Solstice, 21-December 2018 and presented in track 02. Ascendant Cancer 29° 1st. Venus Tuning = E-F#-B-F#-B-E determined by local aparant Moon in Taurus.

Figure 2. Score composed from multi-composite astrological chart for Amber Wolfe Rounds, Jarrod Fowler, and Michael Pisaro-Liu.

Videos

Video 1. 25. Pallas Athene 24º 11th. Composite of track 02. Ascendant Cancer 29° 1st and track 23. ts1 °92 recnaC tnadnecsA.

Video 2. 26. ht21 º72 inimeG atseV. Sequence of tracks 23, 21, 19, 17, 15, 13, 11, 09, 07, 05, 03, and 01.

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