Translations of Opacity

My piece in the series, "non so", track 7 in the first half of the series, was inspired by and a reaction to his 1962 film L'ecclise. Consisting of field recordings, piano and electric fan as sound sources.

L\'ecclise

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Download it at http://www.and-oar.org/pop_andp33.html

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From the and/OAR website:

This is an online companion project for the upcoming Antonioni double CD release entitled "Michelangelo Antonioni - Trilogy And Epilogue" (and/34), and is intended to serve as a general homage. The works featured on this project were solicited via public invitation. The artists were given free license to create work inspired by the late great film director, however out of all the submissions sent, only the ones featured here were chosen. Both the CD and online projects were planned and initiated (in June, 2007) three months before his passing in September of the same year, thereby making the launching of both projects all the more timely and poignant...

Even though the courtesy of giving people a chance to download and listen to each track is given, it is highly suggested that the entire release be downloaded and listened to in its proper order, so that the intended flow can be experienced."

recordings

Did you find it?, 2009
cassette on Object Tapes

Translations Of Opacity - For Michelangelo Antonioni, 2008
track "non so" chosen for this and/OAR online compilation inspired by the late great director

You Get So Alone, 2008
oud piece "black sand" on this Harha-askel comp

Wrack, 2008
cassette release of oud recordings on Sloow Tapes

Airport Symphony, 2007
track "between" on the online room 40 compilation

Ophelia Wanders, 2007
full-length cdr of acoustic guitar improv compositions on Harha-Askel

Like Twilight Bleeding, 2007
3" cdr-ep with 3 acoustic guitar improv compositions on New American Folk Hero

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