Art of Primitive Sound
(Walter e Luce Maioli):
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Musical instruments from prehistory
HSL 003

01 The Dance of Leaves
02 Flautes
     A. Aerial Harmonics
      B. Curved Melodies
      C. In Flight
03 Eagle bone for the Ghost dance
04 Flying Rhombs
      A. Horn (Africa)
      B. Bamboo (Nias)
     C. Wood (India)
     D. Wood (Australia)
05 The Horn, the Tortoise, the Bow the Flintstone
06 Sonorous Stones in the Cave
      Basura cave in Toirano, Savona, Italy
      A. Stactite Gong
      B. the "Organ"
07 River Stones
08 Vegetable Seeds: jungle Voices
09 The spirits of the Marshed
10 Sea Lamguage, Shells
11 Amazonian Finds
      A. River Shells
      B. Tucan Beaks
     C. Coleopter Eleters
Completely acoustics natural sounds. Appropriate listening requires adjusting the volume according to the pieces. Sound are recorded in a "natural" setting, that is, using the acoustic reverberations of particular environments with cole-up and far away sounds. Insert "Loudness" (low frequency accentuator), equalized, etc., according to the HiFi equipment, the listening environment and the sound quality desired.
Musical instruments from prehistory: upper paleolithic
"Art of Primitive Sound"
Reserch and musical composition by Walter Maioli
Walter Maioli - in all tracks
Patricia Mayer - tracks 01-03-05-09-10
Luce Maioli - tracks 01-03-08-09
S.W. Nirodh - tracks 08-09
Asaga - track 08
Luca Migliaccio - track 08
Giuliano Rosa - tracks 01-09-10
The istruments were collected and assembled by Walter Maioli with the collaboration and contribution of Pia, Antonio Peticov, Fred Gales, Gaetano Roi, Elena and Luce Maioli, Patricia Mayer, Nirodh, Luca Migliaccio, Poppi Crippa, Italo Bertolasi, Pietro "Pit" Piccinelli, Julian NunaKi, Tukanayare, Yoshi Oida.