forever walking after her own freedom

«and the furthest remoteness is nearest to the nearest closeness» – Ljubica. Marić, Zapisi (Scripts)  The Fantasia of Emancipated Expressiveness Whether coincidence or a sign, Ljubica Marić was born practically on then same day when the first atonal composition (Schoenberg’s Three Piano Pieces Op.11) was composed. In the time when music in Serbia was mainly focused on vocal…

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remembering. reliving. rebuilding. self.

Haukur þór Harðarson’s music balances between what is perceivable and non-perceivable, yet physically felt and present.If one would to listen to his “Through the Whole Fabric of Your Being” they would constantly be bounced and flipped between the layers of air. One of which freely moves, and the other one slowly crystalizyng in front of…

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Sun Sonification

“We don’t have straightforward ways to look inside the Sun. We don’t have a microscope to zoom inside the Sun, so using a star or the Sun’s vibrations allows us to see inside of it.” Alex Young “The Sun is not silent. The low, pulsing hum of our star’s heartbeat allows scientists to peer inside,…

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Sounds from across the Universe

“Scientists sometimes translate radio signals into sound to better understand the signals. This approach is called “data sonification”. On June 27, 1996, the Galileo spacecraft made the first flyby of Jupiter’s largest moon, Ganymede, and this audio track represents data from Galileo’s Plasma Wave Experiment instrument.” [via nasa.org] Please follow and like us:

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Skin. Skin. Skin.

Mysterious voice reveals a passage… This passage… a door to the space that has for far too long been left abandoned. The unsettled dust that raises upon this opening, reveals the unexplored with each particle… uncertain whether it is a particle of light or dust, we feel drawn and obliged to follow and enter. Enter…

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The sound of Fairies

The celesta, an instrument invented in 1896, gets its name for its “celestial,” tinkling sound. It provides the distinctive music that accompanies the dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker. NPR’s Bob Edwards discusses the instrument with Morning Edition music commentator Miles Hoffman, and Lambert Orkis of the National Symphony plays some celesta…

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