A second example :
Joanna Brouk :Hearing Music
Sounds of the Sea
Sometimes a very new instrument creation is impossible to describe, we must listen ...
M.Theremin playing his own creation :
This fascinating music is from a seer named Gurdjieff, it is played on piano and written inspired by near eastern melody...
Alain Kremsky recording is audiophile and very good, this is my prefered album but the six albums are all stunning and meditative and rythmically well spoken for the soul :
Iegor Reznikoff is a well-known specialist in ancient music/early Christian chant and acoustic archaeology, with an interest in prehistoric caves and Romanesque and Gothic churches. His work — encompassing architectural and corporal resonance, sound therapy, ethnomusicology, and ancient music practices — is credited with helping to create a new concepts and approaches in sound anthropology.
Here an example of the recreated old christian way of singing, mesmerizing and mantraic, BEFORE the standardization reform by Gregory the great :
Le chant du Thoronet - Iégor Reznikoff
Here by Reznikoff a recreation of the resonant singing in cave by prehistoric humanity painting in the wall and singing ;
Un des instruments tres difficile a maitriser et impossible a decrire tellement sa sonorité chantante est unique
Mon album prefere de sarangi :
Sultan Khan Raga Yaman
The father of experimetal acoustic and created cymatics a new science in itself ...
he also created the crystal organ :
Listen to its french translation :
Ernst Florens Friedrich Chladni (UK: //, US: //, German: [ɛʁnst ˈfloːʁɛns ˈfʁiːdʁɪç ˈkladniː]; 30 November 1756 – 3 April 1827) was a German physicist and musician. His most important work, for which he is sometimes labeled as the father of acoustics, included research on vibrating plates and the calculation of the speed of sound for different gases. He also undertook pioneering work in the study of meteorites and is regarded by some as the father of meteoritics.[2
I love this idea, mahgister, thanks for the cool topic.
In the late ‘60s, a group of young men in Cologne, Germany from musical backgrounds entailing work as conductor for Vienna Symphony, tutelage of Karlheinz Stockhausen, modern avant-garde collaborations with Steve Reich, La Monte Young, Terry Riley and Manfred Schoof, but a nascent excitement and inspiration from the work of James Brown, the Velvet Underground, and Sly and the Family Stone, formed a band called Can.
Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band.
The album Lumpy Gravy by Frank Zappa has music that sounds something like the Hawaii Five-0 theme, bizarre (often hilarious - ‘I HEAR YOU’VE BEEN HAVING TROUBLE WITH PIGS AND PONIES!!’ ‘mErRY gO rOuNd, mErRY gO rOuNd, do-doo-doo-doo-Doo…doo-doo-doo, doo-doo-doo…and they call that ‘going your thing’…oh, yeah? THAT’s what ‘doing your thing’ is…’) spoken word, violent tape editing, lush and gorgeous orchestral music, music that sounds like Danny Elfman, music that sounds like a warped, twisted Dixieland Jazz, musique concrète, and profusions of completely uncategorizable music and sound.
....my playlist....is the other end....(ends, actually)....of the spectrums.....
"Can you dance to it?" Purrrhaps....
"Will it put me to sleep?" Comatose is more accurate, in some aspects....
"Is ripping off my clothing a possibility?" As long as I don't have to watch, unless I've got the rights to the videos....
Then, sign here, and have@it.... Any damage will be your response and abilities...
@mahgister .... Now, Mongoloid Hvy. Mental....
Chat GTP just told me to go away....
"Not logical in any fashion...."
WhwhwhwhaWhat!? You expected sense from the sentient?! *sheesh* Plugging your synapse state simulations, is I?
Yo' mama is a remote with leaky batteries, springhead....
Your cretin creators were doing LSdee while you were a Pong bar box, sucking quarters....fuelish fabrickroll....
Thanks, very surprising indeed and i like it...It is the only disco album i will get ... 😊
How about some daxophone, from Hans Reichel?
I have one of his discs very interesting. This one is a bit jazzy but definitely it’s own sound.
Lubomyr Melnyk made some interesting pieces although his newer material is more new age. Continuous music theory and many notes.
Harry Partch and New Band also did quite a bit of instrument invention and also there is this guy who made some fun stuff.
Then there is the nightmare machine very cool.
An interesting electronic sound world from 1975
And fall into the musique concrete with Luc Ferrari
thanks for the links.