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File under: AbstractElectronic

Robert Rutman

1939

Label: Pogus Productions

Format: CD

Genre: Sound Art

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€14.00
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This release reissues Robert Rutman's Pogus Lp (P201-1) and includes an additional track. Rutman (b. 1930) has been building and performing on his homemade metallic instruments for many years. This recording features his buzz chime, steel cello, and bow chime, along with tabla, Tibetan horn, and Rutman's vocal chants. Rutman caresses the metal, drawing out eerie drones and overtones that buzz and trumpet. The music in turn can be as fragile as glass or reach the depths of resonance, as if one has just come upon singing whales at sea. Beautiful music and long overdue on CD.

Details
File under: AbstractElectronic
Cat. number: P21017-2
Year: 2007

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