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Q. R. GhazalaThrenody To The New Victims Of Hiroshima

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1Lullaby19:07
2Cloud Of Fire13:10
3Untitled In Remembrance Of Hiroshima's Unnamed Dead13:36
4In The Arms Of Angels10:08
5Rejoice4:03
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Credits

  • Synthesizer [Vox Insecta], Music By, Graphic Design, Liner Notes [Text], Photography ByQ. R. Ghazala

Notes

"The first insect symphony by Q.R. Ghazala"

Notes on rear cover:
This work is performed by Ghazala on his Vox Insecta instrument, an elaborate insect voice synthesizer. In addition to insect sounds, the instrument also here synthesizes orchestral textures, choirs, and an astonishing assortment of surreal musical voices.

Music, graphic design, text and photography © Q.R. Ghazala 1995
℗ Realization Recordings 1995

Tracklisting (including durations as printed):
Lullaby 18:39
Cloud Of Fire 12:47
Untitled In Remembrance Of Hiroshima's Unnamed Dead 13:24
In The Arms Of Angels 9:48
Rejoice 4:02

Packaged in a standard jewel case with 8-page fold-out insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): L383 7090 RZD022 A60519-11
  • Mastering SID Code (Mirrored, no IFPI prefix): L383
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI6100

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grantcorp
Edited 16 years ago
This piece was recorded on the Vox Insecta, a synthesizer that recreates insect sounds as well as orchestral textures, choirs and the like. While certainly a bewildering concept the novelty wears of rather quickly. Imagine yourself standing in the forest listening down a dark steel pipe that protrudes from the ground. Some stupid bees have built a nest down there, and if you listen closely you can here the choir of drones echoing deep inside.

Put simply, this is a whole lot'a buzz over nothing...