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Douglas Quin - Forests - A Book Of Hours (CD, Album)

| 09.11.2019

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  • Dale says:
    And, several producers, such as Germany’s Michael Rüsenberg and America’s Douglas Quin, have built on John Cage’s notion that all sounds can be considered elements for composition. (such as Quin’s CD-length work Forests: A Book of Hours). The individual voices of today’s soundscape artists reflects the genre’s emergence as a.
  • Kiktilar says:
    Douglas Quin. $10 CD / $8 MP3. See all EarthEar CDs at CDBaby. DESCRIPTION> Nature Sounds “Top Pick” first runner up, , New Age Journal. Forests: A Book of Hours is a journey, in sound and music, through some of the tropical forests I have had the opportunity to visit and work in over the past decade, including parts of Madagascar.
  • Moogushura says:
    Doug Quin and Paul Langevin drumming on ventifact rocks in the Taylor Valley. (November 28, ) * Indicates that the selection is available on the Antarctica CD. The following recordings by Douglas Quin are available on compact disc. ANTARCTICA: MADAGASCAR: THE FRAGILE LAND: BEFORE THE WAR with David Rothenberg: FORESTS: A BOOK OF HOURS.
  • Fautilar says:
    The Last Session is the fascinating final chapter in the recording career of Lee Morgan (). Formerly a double album set known simply as Lee Morgan, this September date captures the trumpeter in a most unusual octet setting with seemingly opposing dingmiforsuledanjeleatasurgema.xyzinfo and company tackle five long, modally-based songs here and while it's not always satisfying, compelling sounds and.
  • Zuramar says:
    Douglas Quin, Category: Artist, Albums: Fathom, Caratinga: Soundscapes from Brazil's Atlantic Rainforest, Singles: Forests: a Book of Hours, Top Tracks: 64º 49' S 64º 02' W, Brown Howler Monkeys, Buffy-headed Marmosets, Black-capped Capuchin Monkeys, Northern Muriqui or Wooly Spider Monkey, Monthly Listeners: , Where People Listen: London.
  • Mizshura says:
    Jul 14,  · Label: Sunnyside Records, Personnel - Lucas Pino: tenor sax; Adam O’Farrill: trumpet; Glenn Zaleski: piano; Desmond White: bass; Allan Mednard: dingmiforsuledanjeleatasurgema.xyzinfog: Douglas Quin.
  • Arashijas says:
    The back of Forests: A Book of Hours includes an apt by John Cage, "The function of art is to imitate nature in her manner of operation." Earthear takes this directive on a very literal level. The album is the field recordings of Douglas Quin, compressing an entire forest evening onto one disc.5/
  • Daisar says:
    In addition to countless pop, jazz and film sessions, he blew out one catchy little tune after another on his own albums and those with the L.A. Express. He littered the Columbia vaults with some good easy-listening pop-jazz in the '70s: Tom Cat, Blow it Out, New York Connection and (one of my faves as a teen) Street Beat.

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