On September 15th, 1945 the Austrian composer Anton Webern was accidentially shot dead by an American GI in Mittersill, Salzburg where Webern had escaped from the Russian invasion.
In order to commemorate the annual anniversary of Webern's tragic death, people around the world are invited to take part in a global performance of my sound installation WebernUhrWerk (translated: Webern's Clockwork). Every quarter of an hour, a short musical phrase with Carillon sounds will be heard which is based on Webern's last but unfinished composition.
In order to participate, just download the free music software (for MacOS and Windows) on your computer. Start the software on September 15th and transmit the computer-generated Carillon music into your environment. You can place a loudspeaker in an open window to fill the air, or run it through a PA system in a public location. At least, you can just use the loudspeakers of your home or office computer.
For those having troubles running the software, I am providing a recordingthat you can use on any computer or mobile device. Just start it at the beginning of a full hour and let it run. When finished, you can repeat the piece as long as you like. Be aware that the piece consists mostly of silence! You will hear a short Carillon phrase exactly every 15 minutes - just like a church bell. If you wish, you can also download the file and install it on your mobile phone, tablet or audio player. Or use this player here: