Love Theme 1978

2006

OBJECT:

To repeat correctly a longer and longer sequence of signals. FOR ONE PLAYER:

1 Slide red ON/OFF switch to "ON".

2 Slide blue GAME SELECTOR switch to "I".

3 Slide blue SKILL LEVEL switch to 1, 2, 3 or 4.

4 Press red START button; SIMON will give the first signal.

5 Repeat the signal by pressing the same lens.

6 SIMON will duplicate the first signal and will add one.

7 Repeat these two signals by pressing the same lenses.

8 SIMON will duplicate these first two signals and add one.

9 Continue in this manner as long as you can repeat each sequence of signals correctly.

10 Notice that after the 5th, 9th and 13th signals in a sequence, SIMON automatically increases the tempo.

11 If you fail to repeat a sequence exactly or if you take more than 5 seconds to repeat a signal, SIMON responds with a "RAZZ" sound; you have lost.


Nicole Lizee CA

Called a “brilliant musical scientist” and lauded for “creating a stir with listeners for her breathless imagination and ability to capture Gen-X and beyond generation”, JUNO-nominated composer and video artist Nicole Lizée creates new work from an eclectic mix of influences including turntablism, glitch, rave culture, Hitchcock, Kubrick, and 1960s psychedelia.

Her commission list of over 50 works includes the Kronos Quartet, BBC Proms, San Francisco Symphony, National Arts Centre Orchestra, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, NYC’s Kaufman Center, So Percussion, and Eve Egoyan. Her music has been performed worldwide in venues including Carnegie Hall and the Royal Albert Hall – and in festivals including the BBC Proms (UK), Roskilde (Denmark), Bang On a Can (USA), Classical:NEXT (Rotterdam), All Tomorrow’s Parties (UK), Barbican’s Sound Unbound (UK), Metropolis (Australia), Luminato (Canada), and Dark Music Days (Iceland).

Nicole was awarded the prestigious 2013 Canada Council for the Arts Jules Léger Prize for New Chamber Music. She is a 2016 Lucas Artists Fellow (California) and 2010 Civitella Ranieri Foundation Fellow (New York City/Italy). In 2015 she was selected by composer Howard Shore to be his protégée as part of the Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards. Additional awards and nominations include a Prix Opus, an Images Festival Award, a Dora Mavor Moore Award in Opera, the UNESCO International Rostrum of Composers’ Top 10 List, and the Canada Council Robert Fleming Prize for achievements in composition.

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Nicole Lizee