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Corrosion
Album: 06 Dec 2002
By: PaulDoornbusch
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http://www.cdemusic.org/artists/doornbusch.html

Music tells us who we are and it can change us... To me, the most powerful music moves me to a new understanding, it's something that I could not imagine. —Paul Doornbusch

In his new album Corrosion, released on Joel Chadabe's EMF Media label, Paul creates extraordinary and unusual sounds for instruments, computers, and electronics. In Continuity 3 for percussion and computer, for example, a china cymbal, a circular metal plate, and a tam-tam are transformed electronically into decisive gestures of sound that seem to float in a musical space, or swing through it like powerful birds of sound, or explode spontaneously. In Continuity 2 for recorder quartet and electronics, the sounds of a recorder are translated into thin, floating strands of sound, articulated by sudden movements. Each composition has its own distinct drama. The CD also includes act5 for bassoon and electronics; "g4" electronic sounds; and "strepidus somnus" for voices and electronics. You can order the album from CDEMusic at the web site.


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