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Loving with robots

for tenor sax, electronics and video

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Estimated Duration
6 - 10min

ISMN : 979-0-2325-7484-4

Notes on this piece

"Loving with Robots" is a piece that reflects on the emotional relationship between humans and artificial intelligence, taking inspiration from the ideas of Richard Feynman, Carl Sagan and Isaac Asimov. In "Chant," the initial encounter between human and robot is depicted, recalling Sagan's idea that we are a manifestation of the universe contemplating itself. "Poem" immerses us in emotional synchronization, reflecting how the relationship between the human and the artificial can be an expression of our cosmic connection and an example of the human creativity that drives technological innovation, as Feynman proposes. Finally, in "Ballade," the frenetic promise of a joint future between humans and technology is addressed, an explosion of emotion and symmetry. Tenor sax and electronics intertwine in a musical embrace, celebrating the possibility of a joint dance in a binary world. As Asimov suggests, the relationship between human and machine becomes an eternal echo, a song that never stops resonating in the human heart and the artificial mind.

Tenor Saxophone
Score Details
Format - A4 / US Letter
Pages - 14

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