chant de dune [alm 12]

by yannick dauby

/
  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

      €3.50 EUR  or more

     

  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    presented in a mini (8cm) jewelcase.
    artwork is directly printed on the disc and an informative sticker is affixed on the back.

    PLEASE PAY ATTENTION:
    if you order more than one disc, shipping rates will most of the time be wrong and you'll pay more than the real costs because of bandcamp too rigid rules for combined shipping. don't worry, you'll get a partial refund through paypal as soon as possible (usually less than 24 hours).

    real shipping rates are as following (prices are in euros):

    Belgium // Germany, France, UK, Germany, Netherlands, Luxembourg // other European countries // USA, Maghreb, Turkey, Syria, Israel // rest of the world

    1 or 2 discs => 1.90 // 3.80 // 3.80 // 4.50 // 4.50

    3 to 6 discs => 2.80 // 6.90 // 6.90 // 8.50 // 8.50

    7 to 11 discs => 7.20 // 9.40 // 9.40 // 9.40 // 13.80

    12 to 28 discs => 7.20 // 13.80 // 13.80 // 13.80 // 22.50

    more than 29 discs => 7.20 // 18.30 // 27.00 // 27.00 // 44.50

    Includes unlimited streaming of chant de dune [alm 12] via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ... more
    ships out within 2 days

      €5.50 EUR or more 

     

1.
2.
3.

about

yannick dauby is a french composer, known for his collaborations with alio die ("descendre cinq voiles à l'ombre d'une voile" cdsingle on amplexus), mnortham (the "entrelacs" project) or thomas köner (the recent "zyklop" 2cd set on mille plateaux). this 3" is a re-release of a piece yannick dauby self-released in 1999, now accompanied by a new piece. deep concrete ambient music...
"sounding sands are found in many places in the whole world. this rare natural phenomenon, is represented most of the time by beaches, whose sand is squeaking when it is struck or pushed. however, in some deserts, we meet some large dunes which have a more astonishing activity. sand avalanches, mostly provocated by the wind, create very deep sounds, extremely powerful, accompanied by tremors and lasting for several minutes. unexplained, these singings from the desert are despicted like roarings, voices from surnatural beings or the rumbling of the thunder." (yannick dauby)

credits

released April 7, 2003

track 1. was composed between april and june 1999 and track 3. on the 15th of march 2003 by yannick dauby.

original artwork: yannick dauby (photo) / taâlem
new artwork: cyril herry

tags

license

all rights reserved

about

taâlem Belgium

contact / help

Contact taâlem

Streaming and
Download help

Shipping and returns