Mercy, Justice, and Equilibrium: Experimental Music Depicting the Passion of Christ
State College, PA, 2006
Live Action for 90.7FM, The Lion
Flyer for the performance
For this performance, Stolen Light and Goose were joined by Michael Tumolo, Jennifer Biedendorf, Rebecca Lunceford, and Paul, a friend of Sc'Eric's whose last name I can't remember. This performance was inspired by Sc'Eric, who worked at the campus radio station and asked if I had ever considered the idea of a noise hymn. I found the idea intriguing and did a performance in three parts, tracing the fall of mankind in the Garden of Eden, a second segment where we read the sins of the area through newspaper stories over the air with music mixed in representing Christ in Gethsemanie, and a segment of reconciliation between man and Deity. In the path of life, trials with joy combine until exaltation. "There must needs be opposition in all things."