Mantra In Tantalum
The Rose Suite (in 3 parts)
Bells for Peace
Serenade for Piano and Theremin
Approaching the Fractal Boundary Suite (in 3 parts)
Dog Skin Drum
Bells for Peace Theme
The whole idea started out as a concept piece envisioned to be a series of light, cerebral bell tunes played entirely on my collection of explosively forged projectile liners - hardware designed to kill people. But it never got that far.
Unwilling to devote the time to build an actual Theremin and too cheap to buy one, I resorted to using a very slow attack bell as a substitute. So, what you hear is really an analog representation of a synthetic instrument. Zolt found this mildly amusing, though it probably means nothing to anyone else. All this just proves I'm something of a closet recursive.
The nicest mix of Bells for Peace is actually found on the Fall from Grace project. Too bad that's a private release. These are a little too wet which must be the Cyclops influence.
Kham is a province in Western Tibet. Kham Song is taken from a traditional melody I'd hear at Tibetan gigs and features my rendition of a Dam Ying (a Tibetan stringed instrument).
I slaved over the percussion in Dog Skin Drum but they do sound like they could be made from dog skin. My inflated ego forces me report that I do like this project and often can't believe I wrote it.
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