This is a sample of projects and research papers, past and present.
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Deltaviolin is supremely proud to announce the completion of the debut Luna Geckos album, “Slowlier” In an initial limited pressing of just 8 handmade numbered copies – 3 on high grade textured covers & 5 heavy weight smooth covers, this first set has already run out at source! A second edition is planned as a […]read more
Busy days at Deltaviolin… Preparations for the first formal INSET and practical demonstration class using The Black Spot Flip Book intensified as the day approached. In the event a wonderfully warm reception given by ten staff from Schola Europaea and hugely enthusiastic response from the class of 28 Year 4 children to the Black Spot Flip Book. […]read more
Luna Geckos are special guests BBC Oxford Radio Election Special! @1AM A middle of the night in the wee small hours set of originals and outrageous covers as a live commentary to the election results as they come in… Luna Geckos will be also appearing live with special guest Matt (Unknown Methods) at The Bank […]read more
Thrilled to be writing this post on the all new and totally live Deltaviolin website. Hopefully now, as and when new projects reach fruition, or research turns up something, this site will be the first place announcing it! Huge thanks to Richie Gray for all his help during this transition from old-school HTML pages first […]read more
Deltaviolin’s research, published via Digitalviolin, is found referenced and cited in the following publications: Musician’s Quest To Find The First Electronic Violin” – The Oxford Times – (June 2000) Determined Musician Goes On The Trail Of The Elusive Electro-Violin” – Abingdon Herald (Jun 2000) “Fiddle History Looking For An Electric Boost” – Strad Magazine (October 2000) “Questions […]read more
On 29 March, 2000, the domain name digitalviolin was registered and a very small website started life, hosted via Freezone. It set out to be a dynamic online publication, detailing what then was a very little known subject: the history of the electric violin. Digitalviolin was authored using basic HTML and presented for the first […]read more
“Ten Decades of Electric Violin” “a wonderful article with fab images… so interesting and what research!” Susan Pierotti, National Journal Editor – Stringendo Magazine (Australian Strings Association, AUSTA)read more
The new resource, aimed at improving focus and concentration in learning, “Quarts” is now at test print stage. Hopefully in the next couple of weeks, pending approved production copy, this educational work will be printed in an initial run of 200 copies. Great interest and enthusiasm is gathering around Deltaviolin’s Black Spot Book. A […]read more
TOTALLY HAPPY to announce LUNA GECKOS debut album "Slowlier" - limited handmade 2nd edition!!! http://t.co/NhdgZdLcWO http://t.co/WkKB9jnR55 2 days ago
Amazing night of experimental and responsive art with the Luna Geckos at The Bank last night. Fantastic explorations with great results 6 days ago
Composing Workshop @ScholaEuropaea - grateful for the opportunity to share the Black Spot Flip Book, wonderful enthusiasm. Thank you! 1 week ago
Luna Geckos new album shaping up nicely - mix, mastered, artwork done... assembling unique & original packaging... more announcements soooon 1 week ago
Deltaviolin's question: when does a violin become electric, "is a stimulating philosophical and artistic debate" Jo Cole @RoyalAcadMusic 3 weeks ago