amphilyce : single track ~ 2020
Single Track by Anna Stereopoulou
A meditative Call for Unity
About the Music
AMPHILYCE means Twilight (amfilíci /Gk. Ἀμφιλύκη /amphi- = on both sides, around /-lúkê = light); when the Perseids can mostly be seen.
The work was composed by Anna Stereopoulou, between 27 July and 6 August 2020, and it consists of original Synth/Field recordings (July 2020) and Space Sounds (20 July – 24 August 2010). It narrates the course of the Perseids Meteor Shower occurring each year between 17 July – 24 August, and it is based on the Binary System Theory, conveying a series of Microcosm/Macrocosm and various Music and other Scientific laws / formulas, as well as a meditative Call for Unity.
AMPHILYCE was composed, as a response to the ‘Open Call Datscha Radio: Listening to the Universe – Radiophonien des Alls’ [https://datscharadio.de/] and it can be characterised as a ‘sequel’ Sound Art work of Anna Stereopoulou’s ‘GALANTHUS’ composition [https://wp.me/p2zRWp-j6].
to Dr. Alexandra Trachsel [Faculty Member of ‘Institute for Greek and Latin Philology’ (University of Hamburg)], for the honouring mention of the present musical composition on her same-titled article, as published on 21 December 2020.
Available to read, here: https://hestieia.wordpress.com/2020/12/21/while-working-on-%e1%bc%80%ce%bc%cf%86%ce%b9%ce%bb%e1%bd%bb%ce%ba%ce%b7/
LISTEN + DOWNLOAD
AMPHILYCE | single track by Anna Stereopoulou
Independent Release: August 7th 2020
Available on https://annastereo.bandcamp.com/
All music composed, performed and produced by Anna Stereopoulou©2020 | AEAEA Studio, Athens
• Recordings made by the composer: KORG microKorg and various Telephone Devices
• Space Sounds: “compiled through the Canadian Array for Realtime Investigations of Magnetic Activity (CARISMA) data”. Audio files (in .wav format) are taken from the two available categories (20Hz & 100Hz) and used both “in their original form and in various technically modified forms”.
Cover Photo + Layout by Anna Stereopoulou [detail of AEAEA Studio, Athens, July 2020]
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