The TONHAUS was architecturally developed by Klaus Schuwewrk, based on an original idea by Francisco López. Both the architectural project and compositions were conceived during 1992 and 1993.
All the music was composed and arranged by Francisco López, and was recorded and mixed at Messor studios (Madrid) during the autumn of 1993, except "A bryozoan named Benjamin Frania", recorded at John Hudak's studio (New York) in July 1993.
From the text of the booklet :
The music of TONHAUS is dedicated to Robert Ryman. (Francisco López)
Co-produced by Asellus and Hyades Arts
(c) (Music) Francisco López 1994
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (screened): S.G.A.E. TONHAUS D. L. M-32711-94 HyCD-0017
- Matrix / Runout (etched): HYCD-17 TECNO CD 01
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