Barry Hall on sat 12 jan 08
When you're working with clay, why not try listening to music made on
Terra Cotta - by the Burnt Earth Ensemble
Angela Davis on sun 13 jan 08
Thank you for your post and link.
I went to your site and listened to the excerpts of your
music. I immediately ordered your CD and can't wait to get it.
The first clay music I heard was a concert by Brian Ransom, I
took a workshop from him after that at Eckerd College and now can make a
(looking) clay flute. Too bad I don't have a tuning ear. :-(
Angela Davis in Homosassa, anxious to be listening to clay music
in the studio.
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Subject: What are you listening to in the studio (AD)
> When you're working with clay, why not try listening to music made on
> clay instruments:
> Terra Cotta - by the Burnt Earth Ensemble
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Lynne Martin on mon 14 jan 08
I actually love that idea. I found the site several years ago and played
around with some different types of clay pot drums for a while. A couple
of my udus are out there somewhere. I truly experimented and had a few
successes....lots of failures, but that's the process isn't it? I love
your book and your music...