Music For Installations - Live At The Museum Of Fine Arts Scaricare
- Cover [Cover Image] – Niek Cornil
- Written-By [Uncredited] – Pieter Gyselinck
Recorded and edited from the live performance on 'The Night of the Museum' on 28th of November 2013 at the Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent, Belgium.
The music is inspired on the surroundings of a forest and the merging senses due to synesthesia. The result is based on self created soundscapes and personal field recordings together with sounds from the website Freesound. The set was enhanced by the video work displayed by Niek Cornil.
Visit the Youtube channel music4installations to see the music.
Please visit musicforinstallations.com to feel more.
Thanks: all supporting people, Joost, Niek, Marie-Julie and the people at the MSK Ghent.
Above text is all taken from the inside cover.
Total time = 69:21
Copyright © 2015 Databloem & Music For Installations
Codici a barre
- Matrix / Runout (mirror band): 15159B1 DB062 (SM1–FA0300/4A)
- Mastering SID Code (mirror band): IFPI LP50
- Mould SID Code (hub ring): IFPI JU17
- Copyright (c) – Databloem
- Copyright (c) – Music For Installations
- Recorded At – Museum Of Fine Arts, Ghent
- Manufactured By – Mobineko Multimedia
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