CREATIVE/SCHOLARLY WORK AND TEACHING MATERIALS
Application to Assistant Professor in Performing Arts Technology, University of Michigan
Below are embeds and links to works highlighting various areas of my practice, grouped by category. If you have trouble accessing any of these materials, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pheromone for flute, piano, and electronics [PDF]
SAMPLE SYLLABI AND COURSE MATERIALS
Smith, J.B.L., Schankler, I., and Chew, E. (2014). Listening as a Creative Act: Meaningful Differences in Structural Annotations of Improvised Performances. Music Theory Online 20:3 (September 2014). [ link ]
Schankler, I., Chew, E., and François, A.R.J. (2014). Improvising With Digital Auto-Scaffolding: How Mimi Changes And Enhances The Creative Process. In Digital Da Vinci, ed. Newton Lee. Springer Verlag, Berlin. [ link ]
François, A.R.J., Schankler, I., and Chew, E. (2013). Mimi4x: An Interactive Audio-visual Installation for High-level Structural Improvisation. International Journal of Arts and Technology, vol. 6, no. 2, 2013.
Schankler, I. (2012). Cage = 100: Tudor and the Performance Practice of Concert for Piano and Orchestra. NewMusicBox, 5 Sep. 2012. [ link ]
Schankler, I. (2012). Sounds Heard: Anatomy of a Truth-Bender. NewMusicBox, 28 Feb. 2012. [ link ]
NEW MUSIC PERFORMANCE
Tina Tallon – pneuma mekhanes (2014) for accordion and 10 instruments
Isaac Schankler, accordion, with Talea Ensemble
Samuel Goldenberg Variations (Modest Mussourgsky arr. by Schankler)
Holiday Medley (composed/arranged by Schankler)