John Bellarmine Vallier | Glasselan

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Glasselan

by John Bellarmine Vallier

On Glasselan percussive syncopation is brought to bear on Chihuly and Oceana glass. With rhythmic, timbral, and melodic gesticulations, Vallier subjects fragile objects manufactured for regressive gazing to withering salvos of the Real.
Genre: Avant Garde: Sound Sculpture
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1. Glasselan 1
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Chihuly Art Glass sounds better than it looks. On this CD John Vallier brings percussive syncopation to bear on Chihuly and Oceana glass. With rhythmic, timbral, and melodic gesticulations adopted from Balinese, Brazilian, Cuban, Ghanaian, and US West Coastian music cultures, Vallier subjects fragile objects manufactured for regressive gazing to withering salvos of the Lacanian Real. Vitreous sonic planes meld the mercuriality of Benjamin Franklin's Armonica with the intrepid sustainability of Javanese and Balinese gamelan music.


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