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One contribution to the above mentioned social media thread came from Ilan Volkov, who drew my attention to Christian Wolff’s .The piece could easily be a description of how to make your own version of the Dan earth bow, though that seems unlikely as both Zemp’s book and Wolff’s composition emerged in the same year.In a chapter entitled Mythes d’origine des instruments de musique, Zemp gives what his informant tells him is the origin of the Arc-en-terre (my translation): “The bow in the ground belonged to an unfortunate, a little unfortunate. It is for this reason that the earthen bow remains with the children.

, a sumptuous book and two CDs published by Sublime Frequencies.

To find any subtlety in the literature you had to read ethnomusicologists like Klaus P.

Wachsmann (father of improvising violinist Philipp Wachsmann).

But ultimately these holes in the ground address a basic problem – how to make a small thing bigger – and by applying the principle of resonance they fashion an elegant solution whose imprint will gradually soften and crumble into an impression rather than a scar. Andre Schaeffner, Charles Duvelle, Christian Wolff, earth bow, Evan Parker, Hugo Zemp, Humankind, Ilan Volkov, Julia Kelly, Klaus P.

Wachsmann, Marcel Griaule, Pit Music, Sharpen Your Needles, Timothy Morton, Wasp Flute , the appreciation of blandness or insipidity in ancient Chinese aesthetics and ritual practices. consist of the fullest possible exploitation of all the different tones.

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