Electronic Voice Phenomena       



Posted 7 November 2012 by | Comments Off


Aura Satz explores ghostly presence and illusion through performance and sound, often focussed on unusual sonic devices, early musical instruments and automata.


The basic components of Glissolalia have a haunting ghostly sound, playing on the notion of glissando, merging each element with the next, as well as the idea of glossolalia (religious speaking in tongues, or fluent unintelligible utterances). The composition alternates between the electronically generated and the acoustic, creating a seamless continuity, where the elements bleed into one another imperceptibly, from test-tone to musical saw to theremin to barbershop quartet.

Weblink: listen to Glissolalia as broadcast on Resonance FM.


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