The Underwater Chorus Experimental Improvisation

Safehouse@CoachHouse August3, 2011- We were rolling dice to determine number of musicians to make up ensembles, and another roll to determine length of piece. Annie Kerr was on violin, and the mood was right so I decided to improvise a poem “The Underwater Chorus” which I had just written.

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One comment on “The Underwater Chorus Experimental Improvisation
  1. […] Brighton about the sound created by stones and water on the beach (that resonated with my poem Underwater Chorus).  He told me the sound is caused by tiny air bubbles in the water popping as they hit the stones […]

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