“Fire and Frost Pattern” is now available in CD and digital download format at the German label Gruenrekorder. The booklet contains extensive liner notes and background information on the sounds presented in both pieces. The download version is coming with a PDF booklet of the same content. The “famous” recording of the dispersion of sound waves in ice sheets is part of the composition “Frost Pattern” of which you can hear exerpts on the Gruenrekorder site along with my volcano recordings at Mt. Yasur on Vanuatu. The pieces have been awarded the Phonurgia Nova Prize in 2008 and “Frost Pattern” received an honorary mention at the 35th Bourges International Competition for Electroacoustic Music and Sound Art. Support came from the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, the company of Fielax, Hanna Hartman, Kain Karawahn, Bastiaan Maris and Andreas Oldörp, who gave me some of their ice or fire related sounds or helped me to record them. The photos on the cover and backside of the CD were kindly provided by Murray Fredericks. Deutschlandradio Kultur was the original producer of the twin pieces, the editor Götz Naleppa wrote an introduction for the booklet. To all of them I’m very grateful, not to forget Lasse and Roland at Gruenrekorder and Daniel for his meticulous art work. Thanks a lot! Buy the CD or the download here.
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Fire and Frost Patternreleased at "Gruenrekorder"