Posts Tagged: Merzouga

Merzouga ~ De Rerum Natura / Dance of the Elements

De Rerum Natura / Dance of the Elements begins with glissando bass tones and an electronic field of a thousand little raw, swarming blips and noises, creating what is simultaneously a vast and dense soundscape. Based upon the first-century BC

Merzouga ~ De Rerum Natura / Dance of the Elements

De Rerum Natura / Dance of the Elements begins with glissando bass tones and an electronic field of a thousand little raw, swarming blips and noises, creating what is simultaneously a vast and dense soundscape. Based upon the first-century BC

Merzouga ~ 52°46’ North 13°29’ East – Music for Wax-Cylinders

Berlin’s Erich Moritz von Hornbostel was one lucky musicologist.  Unable to travel, he was aided by a Prussian emperor’s edict that required all wax cylinder music passing through the country to be brought to him.  During the early 20th century,

Merzouga ~ 52°46’ North 13°29’ East – Music for Wax-Cylinders

Berlin’s Erich Moritz von Hornbostel was one lucky musicologist.  Unable to travel, he was aided by a Prussian emperor’s edict that required all wax cylinder music passing through the country to be brought to him.  During the early 20th century,