french composer, frédéric nogray pays a particular attention on sounds in their intrinsic qualities and for what they are: vibratory phenomenon. but also for their broadcasting into the listening space, our perceptions on it, and different states of consciousness induced by listening. along his musical works with crystal singing bowls and/or feedbacks, he creates dreamlike sonic compositions from field recordings. his past works were released by various international labels such as kaon or 3leaves.
all sounds used for "wuritagu" were field recorded on the north coast of honduras during may 2012, in and around la ensenada and triunfo de la cruz. wuritagu, el lago negro is a lake between these two garifuna villages. surrounding the lake there are mangroves. at one end the lake is separated from the caribbean sea by a beach. at the other end, a small road connects the two villages. all sounds were recorded at different moments of the day and at night.
"wuritagu" is a powerful field recording-based composition where you can feel the raw energy of the jungle…
released March 23, 2014
wuritagu, el lago negro is a lake between la ensenada and triunfo de la cruz on north coast of honduras. surrounded by mangroves, at one end the lake is separated from the caribbean sea by a beach.
all sounds were field recorded at different moments of the day and at night on and around the lake in may 2012.
dreamlike sonic composition equalized, assembled, layered, edited and mastered at studio no*mad in paris in 2012.
picture from the "andara painting" series by frédéric nogray
many thanks to marcella perdomo and mito castillo (the hondurian team) and jean-marc at taâlem
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