"Crepuscular Hour is a one hour piece to be performed in a cathedral or similar with musicians surrounding the audience. The piece is written for three choirs, three pairs of noise musicians and church organ. The room is filled with sound in an intense, but almost meditative hour, where the voices blend with the distortion, the noise sometimes taking over, and the organ eventually hoisting the music to a new level. The name comes from their frequent occurrences during the Crepuscular Hours when the contrasts between light and dark are most obvious. The visual design of this concert is a play on the phenomena, with the light being filtered by the obstacles and musicians in the room. All texts are from the Nag Hammadi Library, a collection of thirteen ancient books with over 50 texts that were discovered in upper Egypt in 1945. These texts have provided a major re-evaluation of early Christian history. Both editions come with a DVD of the whole concert, beautifully directed by Kathy Hinde." (label info)
soon in stock - please pre-order | SE| 2016| RUNE GRAMMOFON | 32.90

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