Recording of Michela Mollia's Diaphanes. This work involves a recorded part on magnetic tape, a live performer to an amplified tam-tam, and a filter assist. The live performance and recorded part consist of two sound levels that interact with each other, creating, however, a certain ambiguity that is created by the contemporary listening of such sound levels. A bandpass filter makes the two events strictly complementary to the materials obtained from the tam-tam. Additionally, African-speaking voices have been used on a metallic tape. The live performance and tape are distributed over two channels and reproduced with 4 speakers at the 4 corners of the used space.
Recording of Liviu Dandara's Fresca. Fresca synthesizes folk sound phenomena that accompany the daily events of Romanians. There are three intensity curves, proportionally equal. They correspond to the songs/signals of work, funeral music, and love songs. The dynamic culmination is reached in the same section, which interferes with the space and time of the folk festival. The final represents the filtering of a reverberation of the culmination of the work, accompanied by fragments of the motive-echo, which suggests permanence.