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I hear you think

Description: Recording of Johannes S. Sistermanns' I hear you think. This work consists of various concrete sounds as well as spoken text written by Hazrat Inayat Khan.
Date: 1996/1997
Duration: 33 minutes 47 seconds
Creator: Schmidt-Sistermanns, Johannes, 1955-
Partner: UNT Music Library

Al Nur (La Luce)

Description: Recording of Alessandro Cipriani's Al Nur (La Luce). All the sound material in the piece comes from recording and processing sounds from an Islamic chant titled 'Al Nur', played with Persian percussion and Nej flute. Therefore, all basic material comes from oral tradition and electroacoustic means. The idea is that of creating a new electroacoustic, virtual, ritual space for religious chant. This space is created by processing the same sounds and reintegrating them into the new sound-space.
Date: 1997/2004
Duration: 2 hours 17 minutes 26 seconds
Creator: Cipriani, Alessandro, 1959-
Partner: UNT Music Library

Paganini au Caire

Description: Recording of Dieter Kaufmann's Paganini au Caire. This recording consists of sounds from the composer's trip to Cairo in 1997 as well as segments from the 1st violin concerto by Niccol Paganini. The Paganini recordings are performed by Elena Denisova and 512 virtual violinists. This piece was produced at the ELAK Institute of the University of Vienna Music on 8 tracks, stereo version. The composer attributes this recording to his fascination with the dialogue between nature and culture.
Date: 1998
Duration: 17 minutes 04 seconds
Creator: Kaufmann, Dieter, 1941-
Partner: UNT Music Library
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