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this is not a sphere

by Bayswater Philharmonic

Voices, tabla, saxophones, violin and synths with unhinged rhythms and transforming drones. NB: Number 6 is for listening in the dark.
Genre: New Age: Ethnic Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Before, After, Probability
11:28 $0.99
2. Between Two Worlds
3:51 $0.99
3. Lascivious Serenade
10:36 $0.99
4. Bath-house
1:39 $0.99
5. Pidgin Funk
7:14 $0.99
6. Into the Soft Centre
17:24 $1.99
7. Go Forth and Multiply
13:13 $0.99
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The full list of instruments is:
Tabla, psaltery, saz, violin, tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, hurdy gurdy, hand percussion, oud, synthesisers and samples.

As well as two unusual singers, Mina Kanaridis and Verena Clemencic-Jones, the cd features Australia's top exponent of the tabla, Tarlochan (Bobby) Singh, the violinist from Coda, Naomi Radom, the classically Indian trained soprano saxophonist Nick Buff, tenor saxophonist Craig James and the authority on medieval and eastern instruments Michael Atherton.

Some of the material was composed by creating the outer structure and major themes in a conventional manner, followed by the recording of written and improvised elements, then the editing, reworking and often re-recording of the audio and electronic material.

This is particularly useful in the vocal works in which one singer can create layers of 6 or 7 voices at a time.



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this is not a sphere
The music is richly imbued with complex and fascinating rhythms and sound layers. The effects are hypnotic in their tightly woven, seamless continuum, while the brilliant improvisatory playing creates an ethereal freedom that quickly becomes addictive. A must hear recording, and hopefully a taste of more great things to come from composer Edward Primrose.