Eagle River Study

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  • dur: 1:57
  • date: 2013

Eagle River Study investigates the sonic potential of sounds within Chugach State Park (Alaska) and beyond. The salient elements of these environments are explored, highlighting their underlying sonic potential. While timbral connections drive the work, interconnectivity is acknowledged in an aural environment of equality. The piece was created on the EcoSono Institute Alaska 2013.

The work is available on the CD, SEAMUS Electro-Acoustic Miniatures 2013: Negative Space

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