Album Release: “That which is bodiless is reflected in bodies”

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Matthew Burtner’s solo album “That which is bodiless is reflected in bodies” featuring I-Jen Fang was released by Centaur Records on CD and as digital download/streaming. It is distributed by Naxos and available at iTunesAllmusic.comArkivMusice-classicale-MusicAmazon.com, Presto Classical, The Classical Shop, Classics Online, CD Universe, Google Play, NhacUs, Amazon.co.UK, Amazon.DE and in physical record stores.

The music explores embodiment through the combination of electro-acoustics, computer sound synthesis, and live instrumental performance.

[1] That which is bodiless is reflected in bodies (8:05)
for Tibetan bowl and computer-generated sound
[2] Siku Unipkaaq (5:22)
for four glockenspiel and computer-generated sound

[3] Carving Light From Earth (11:18)
for computer-generated sound

[4] Stones Touch the Sky (5:52)
for stones, computer noise generator and Tibetan field recordings

[5] ∆7 (7:14)
for disassembled saxophone, low frequencies and subwoofer
[6] ∆5 (2:28)
for saxophone-controlled radio transceiver

[7] ∆6 (2:25)
for tenor saxophone and air compressor

[8] ∆4 (6:33)
for low frequencies and saxophone feedback