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Francisco López ‎– Untitled 281

Francisco López ‎– Untitled #281
Label: störung ‎– str010
Format: CD 
Country: Spain
Released: 01 Jul 2014
Style: Field Recording, Experimental

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Untitled #281 ha sido creada a través de una extrema evolución y mutación de grabaciones originales de cantos de pájaros realizadas en un periodo de quince años (1995-2010) en múltiples lugares salvajes de Australia, Nueva Zelanda, Brasil, España, Sudáfrica, Costa Rica, Méjico y Perú. La mayor antítesis de una composición de “cantos de pájaros” que se pueda imaginar.


Untitled #281 was created by extreme mutation and evolution of bird calls from original recordings carried out over a period of fifteen years (1995-2010) in multiple wilderness locations of Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Spain, South Africa, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Peru. The most dramatic antithesis of any "birdsong" piece you could imagine.

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