Dadantics | Music for the ISS

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Music for the ISS

by Dadantics

A musical odyssey aboard the International Space Station
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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This track started out as a musical journey through our solar system. But early one morning in September of 2011 I was standing in my city garden when I saw a wondrous star approaching at speed from the south west. It passed directly over my head. And I got to wondering what it must be like to encircle the globe in total silence 15 times a day. So I altered the structure to reflect a possible musical soundtrack to orbiting the planet and some sounds that might filter up if you could hear them. It starts and ends with the bells of St Patricks Cathedral in Dublin. You can just about catch a muezzin calling from a minaret in Sarajevo. There are snatches of radio chatter. And somewhere halfway through you can hear Elon Musks’s Dragon capsule docking with the space station. This track is dedicated to him and his enterprising company. And also to the crew of the ISS, now effectively stranded until the next capsule capable of carrying human cargo arrives to rescue them.


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