There were two concerts during the Xenharmonic Praxis Summer Camp at the Gesundheit! Institute in Hillsboro, West Virgina . This is the second of the two and happened August 4th 2011.   All of the compositions excepting the piece by Vicentino were written at the camp and all of the camp participant’s music and performances are copyright by the authors and performers, all rights reserved.

If you want to download the video for posterity – go to this link:

Below is a reproduction of the concert program

I hope you enjoy the show,



Madonna, il poco dolce   (31-tone extended meantone)
Nicola Vicentino (1511-1572)

Prayer of Thanks    (11-limit just intonation spiral)
Andrew Heathwaite (music),  Carey Smith (lyrics)

Thereminnards     (14 equal divisions of the octave)
Ralph Lewis

Twang     (quartertones)
Michael A. Garman

Idana Konya      (traditional tuning)
traditional Bulgarian

Microscopic Germs     (quartertones)
Dan Sedgwick (music),  Ryan Stickney (lyrics)

One for All       (7-limit just intonation)
Ryan Stickney

Sagittal Daze           (Eighth Octave Overtone)
Johnny Reinhard


Immortality         (wholetones and semitones)
Angelos Quetzalcoatl

Prelude Sonido 13 and Etude No. 1         (quartertones)
Julián Carrillo

Tribute to Van Halen          (quartertones)
Angelos Quetzalcoatl

Ruckus from the Quiet Zone        (7-limit just intonation)
Ralph Lewis

Five in 5             (7-limit just intonation)
Denny Genovese

The World Ignites       (11-limit just intonation)
Andrew Heathwaite (music), Carey Smith (lyrics)

Land Urchin         (11-limit just intonation)
Jacob A. Barton

Participants of Xenharmonic Praxis Summer Camp 2011:

Elizabeth Adams
Jacob A. Barton
Douglas Blumeyer
Joey Di Nardo
Michael A. Garman
Denny Genovese
Marji Gere
Nick Gideo
Andrew Heathwaite
Steven Kandow
Ralph Lewis
Angelos Quetzalcoatl
Johnny Reinhard
Michael Salvucci
Dan Sedgwick
Ryan Stickney
Toby Twining
Chris Vaisvil

Xenharmonic Praxis Summer Camp is presented by Oddmusic International and UnTwelve.

Special thanks to Roxanne Sawhill, the Gesundheit! Institute and School for Designing a Society.

One response »

  1. Ben M says:

    Concert and recording were both fabulous. That is such a talented group of people it’s sad to think of them disbanding at the end of camp.

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