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The album, released by Modern Recordings BMG worldwide, will be one continuous piece of music, made with a complete horse skeleton, 30+ musicians, bone flutes, horseskin drums, original mechanical instruments, pelvic lyres, electronics, cement mixer.

With an exploration of musicís origins and rhythm in particular at its heart it will begin quietly and slowly and gradually accelerate throughout, getting bigger and faster until by the end it is in a kind of frenzy. The orchestration will include the bones from a horse skeleton, flutes made from its bones, the traditional instruments of the London Contemporary Orchestra, and sampled recordings of a horseís life.

It will demonstrate, through the choice of sounds, the story of music from its distant origins in the form of bone flutes (similar to theoldestmusical instrument), via more traditional musical instruments to cutting edge electronics and sampling. The opening horse bone flutes, made by Henry Dagg, will be played by Shabaka Hutchings. The final electronics will contain instruments and techniques developed by some of the UKís most interesting musical inventors.

The album, released by Modern Recordings BMG worldwide, will be one continuous piece of music, made with a complete horse skeleton, 30+ musicians, bone flutes, horseskin drums, original mechanical instruments, pelvic lyres, electronics, cement mixer.

With an exploration of musicís origins and rhythm in particular at its heart it will begin quietly and slowly and gradually accelerate throughout, getting bigger and faster until by the end it is in a kind of frenzy. The orchestration will include the bones from a horse skeleton, flutes made from its bones, the traditional instruments of the London Contemporary Orchestra, and sampled recordings of a horseís life.

It will demonstrate, through the choice of sounds, the story of music from its distant origins in the form of bone flutes (similar to theoldestmusical instrument), via more traditional musical instruments to cutting edge electronics and sampling. The opening horse bone flutes, made by Henry Dagg, will be played by Shabaka Hutchings. The final electronics will contain instruments and techniques developed by some of the UKís most interesting musical inventors.

4050538907438

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Format: CD
Label: BMG
Rel. Date: 05/26/2023
UPC: 4050538907438

The Horse
Artist: Matthew Herbert and London Contemporary Orchestra
Format: CD
New: Available $16.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Horseís Bones Are In A Cave
2. The Horseís Hair And Skin Are Stretched
3. The Horseís Bones Are Flutes
4. The Horseís Pelvis Is A Lyre
5. The Horse Is Prepared
6. The Horse Is Quiet
7. The Horse Is Submerged
8. The Horse Is Put To Work
9. The Rider (Not The Horse)
10. The Truck That Follows The Horses
11. The Horseís Winnings
12. The Horse Has A Voice
13. The Horse Remembers
14. The Horse Is Close
15. The Horse Is Here

More Info:

The album, released by Modern Recordings BMG worldwide, will be one continuous piece of music, made with a complete horse skeleton, 30+ musicians, bone flutes, horseskin drums, original mechanical instruments, pelvic lyres, electronics, cement mixer.

With an exploration of musicís origins and rhythm in particular at its heart it will begin quietly and slowly and gradually accelerate throughout, getting bigger and faster until by the end it is in a kind of frenzy. The orchestration will include the bones from a horse skeleton, flutes made from its bones, the traditional instruments of the London Contemporary Orchestra, and sampled recordings of a horseís life.

It will demonstrate, through the choice of sounds, the story of music from its distant origins in the form of bone flutes (similar to theoldestmusical instrument), via more traditional musical instruments to cutting edge electronics and sampling. The opening horse bone flutes, made by Henry Dagg, will be played by Shabaka Hutchings. The final electronics will contain instruments and techniques developed by some of the UKís most interesting musical inventors.

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