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Re: Acousmatrix 1/2

You mentioned acoustic instruments that sounded electric... Hans Reichel's
insane second-fingerboard-behind-the-bridge guitar sounds absolutely
extraterrestrial... oh, wait, that was electric, but sans effects it still
sounded like no guitar anyone had ever heard. What is the Wizard of
Wuppertal up to these days, anyone know?

> [Original Message]
> From: samba - <sambacomet@hotmail.com>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Date: 12/27/2004 2:17:50 PM
> Subject: Re: Acousmatrix 1/2
>    sounds like some of Raymond Scott's stuff would fit in there too.The 
> Gravichords etc. discs from Experimental Musical Instruments' Bart
> are really great ,but don't actually have much early electronic
> mostly contemporary stuff from instrument inventors. Mostly acoustic
> with several you wouldn't know that from listening.
> Small world, yes. Ohm is good, but better I'd like a disc that really
> plumbs the depths of EARLY electronic music... lay some Ondes Martinot on
> me, teach me about the Trautonium, the stuff I call Bakelite Music ;-)  
> Then work up to some Forbidden Planet stuff. Show me the roots, baby! (Up
> to and including the great 5-second radio news themes of the '60s.)