“The vinyl is lifeless. Good. Now take heed to the gorgeous noise of the earth.”
Harvest (2009) is a brand new artwork piece for the brand new instrument terrafon, conventional ensemble and cropland – by Olle Cornéer and Martin Lübcke.
On this efficiency Alunda Church Choir, carried out by Cantor Jan Hällgren, performs the soil of northern Uppland (in Sweden) on terrafon. Harvest by Alunda Kyrkokör was exhibited on the Volt Pageant in Uppsala the sixth of June 2009. Terrafon is a big agricultural model of the horn gramophone, amplifying the sounds within the monitor it ploughs.
There’s extra to return. There are nonetheless many croplands nonetheless untouched by terrafon. The one factor wanted is a strong native musical ensemble that may sweat it out. That is certainly a demanding piece.
Watch the efficiency right here:
The artist-duo has beforehand created the sound set up Bacterial Orchestra in addition to an iPhone-era of the identical artwork piece, referred to as Public Epidemic No 1. Olle Cornéer can also be a digital musician/producer/composer, whereas Martin Lübcke has a Ph.D. in theoretical physics (superstring principle).