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Ebonit Saxophone Quartet & Norman Perryman
with music by Haydn, Reger, Sibelius, Webern and Shostakovich
  Prometheus - The Poem of Fire
Live kinetic painting to the music of Scriabin
Sound track by Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chicago Symphony Chorus
conducted by Pierre Boulez
  The Poem of Ecstasy (Scriabin)
Studio rehearsal for performance with Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra 2010
Conductor George Benjamin. Soundtrack conducted by Mikhail Pletnev
  Written on the Wind
music by Huang Ruo; pipa and vocals: Min Xiao-Fen

Toru Takemitsu
music for film: Black Rain
Studio rehearsal of live kinetic painting for performance with Sejong (2007 Great Mountains Music Festival)
Bournemouth Symphony; Marin Alsop

  Concerto for Paintbrush and Orchestra
BBC documentary 1993
Mussorgsky/Ravel; Pictures at an Exhibition
Simon Rattle & CBSO
Norman Perryman: kinetic painting
  Circle Percussion featuring Norman Perryman
Circle Percussion and artist Norman Perryman combine forces in a synergy of rhythm and colour.
  Terpsichore's Dream
Terpsichore's Dream by Augusta Read Thomas, four fragments of live kinetic painting by Norman Perryman
  Hallelujah Junction
Extracts from studio rehearsal of kinetic painting by Norman Perryman
Hallelujah Junction (for two pianos) by John Adams; pianos; Nicolas Hodges & Rolf Hind
  From me flows what you call Time
excerpts from a studio practice of live kinetic painting by Norman Perryman
for a performance of Takemitsu's From me flows what you call Time.
Soundtrack by Pacific Symphony Orchestra, conductor Carl St.Clair. Nexus percussion
Confluences, Concerto No.4 by Huang Ruo (first half of 16 mins)
live kinetic painting: Norman Perryman
Asko Ensemble, conductor Ilan Volkov
Amsterdam 2005
  Murmurs in the Mist of Memory, part 1
music by Augusta Read Thomas; kinetic painting: Norman Perryman
Sejong Soloists, Great Mountains Music Festival, South Korea. 2007

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