How to Play Your World
The IICSI’s 2013 Improviser-in-Residence Rich Marsella has published How to Play Your World, a manual for celebrating noise in the classroom, in the streets, and on the air. Published by PS Guelph and with illustrations by Gregory Pepper, How to Play Your World provides simple, cost-effective activities for constructing new musical instruments, organizing large collaborative performances, digitally manipulating sounds, and much more. The book includes information on “Friendly Rich’s” community music project Scheherazade, as well as interviews with musician Jesse Stewart and architect Ann Carole Beauregard. For Grades K to 12.