Lisa Walker | Grooved Whale

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Grooved Whale

by Lisa Walker

Innovative violin-based music interacting with the songs of humpback whales, composed after spending four summers on whale research vessels.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tenakee Feeding Call
1:17 album only
2. Transients
8:19 album only
3. Mysticete
4:22 album only
4. Hawaii Gruv
5:08 album only
5. Boogie
3:13 album only
6. Wave
3:59 album only
7. Vertigo
7:54 album only
8. ViolinLaugh
6:33 album only
9. Melancholy
6:14 album only
10. Backwards Unfolding
7:31 album only
11. Transfixed
9:20 album only
12. Winter Song
3:03 album only


Album Notes
Here’s a wholly new approach to making music for and from whale songs. Walker plays violin into underwater landscapes, and the resulting recordings are wonderfully rich raw material for her studio-based compositions. Aquatic canyon walls and open spaces create a cathedral-like presence to her sound, and she builds the pieces around especially interesting and well-recorded whale songs. She adds electronics that range from spacy to funky, and while the overall tone is embracingly atmospheric, she avoids new-age cliches, using her classical training to forge a musical response to the whales that has a musical complexity that remains delightfully lyrical.

Walker has spent years pusuing three complementary paths: classical music training, cutting edge media technology, and field research in Alaska. She brings these diverse gifts together here in a way that will appeal to listeners across the soundscape spectrum.



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