3. Glass and Mirrors.
Aural Histories: Post-Ambient Arias For Voice And Electronics. Deep Listening Institute, Ltd. DL 45-2012. She Lost Her Voice That& How We Knew: VI. - Download SoundHound
Her solo CD – Aural Histories (post-ambient arias for voice and electronics) – was listed by The New Yorker’s classical music critic Alex Ross as one of Ten Notable Classical Music Recordings of 2012. The opera is based on the life story of the Argentine architect and human rights activist Patricia Isasa. In 1976 Patricia Isasa - then a high school student, and just 16 years old - was abducted, imprisoned and tortured by the military junta that ruled Argentina.
Voice Coil (CD, Album). Aural Histories (Post-Ambient Arias For Voice And Electronics) (CD).
Listed by The New Yorker's classical music critic, Alex Ross, as one of the Top 10 Notable Classical Music Recordings of 2012, "Aural Histories" is a compilation of works for voice and electronics. Estimated delivery Aug 2016.
Song originally from 2000 album, "Crimson Moon". Aural Histories: post-ambient arias for voice and electronica. Deep Listening Institute.
Texts adapted from poems by Queen Elizabeth I. Commissioned by Parthenia viol consort. vocal electronic Chamber Music.
Her instrument is the voice, and what she's feeling is what comes out at the microphone. It's sublimated into singing, murmuring, cooing, wailing and anything else the human larynx is capable of. It's an approach aptly suited to the title Parrhésie, a term which apparently means "bold, fearless speech and a compulsion to speak the truth even at personal risk.
Texts for the improvisations will include Oscar Wilde’s "De Profundis" interspersed with words of women who have given birth in prison, or whose pregnancy terminations have been criminalized.