In 2004 Charlegmane Palestine updated his 1977 work "Schlingen Blangen", a piece that could be played for days nonstop in "sonic constant chemical acoustic + architectural evolution + transformation in space", here in the version from that year's Angelica Festival.
Organo Rinascimentale Non Temperato
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"Through my desire to find a sound form that rivaled Abstract Expressionist painters like Rothko, Newman, Still, around 1965 I attempted with the help of a 19th century sound treatise by Helmholtz, "On the Sensation of Tones", and my own exhaustive experimentation with the pipe organ and early electronic synthesizers, to develop a constantly changing molecudle like organism as a continuous sound form.
By 1977 those investigations becase Schlingen Blängen, a work for days nonstop in sonic constant chemical acoustic + architectural evolution + transformation in space, there have been many versions under many different circumstances, for the Angelica Festival 2004 I am creating a new version Schlingen Blängen for Organo Rinascimentale Non Temperato."-Charlemagne Palestine, May 2004
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Recorded ay BH Audioin the Basilica di San Mertino Maggiore, in Bologna, Italy on May 9th, 2004 by bob Drake.
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1. Schlingen Blangen For Organo Rinascimentale Non Temperato (2004) 56:37
2. Audience / Applause 1:51