Francesco Cavaliere & Tomoko Sauvage
Viridescens

28,00

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why we love this

Like marbles on glass. Smooth and delicate sounds that seem to bend with light.

about the record

Francesco Cavaliere and Tomoko Sauvage embody a tactile audio visual display, radiating the color green into sounds and painting meditative music. By transforming collected objects into invented instruments and scenography, each motif becomes a dedication to a specific situation, an anecdote or a symbol, sometimes real and other times absurd, that the artists have encountered through their travels and conversations: the Chinese myth about a man wearing a green hat, the naming convention of Japanese traffic lights, or even the imaginary chants of frolicking twin dolphins. This inspired the duo’s personal research on experimenting with raw and synthesized idiophones, stage landscape design, spontaneous field recording, and organized improvisation.

  1. 1 - 戴绿帽⼦ (dài lǜ màozi) a man with a green hat 7:29
  2. 2 - Rainforest Synthesis 5:56
  3. 3 - ≒ AO (blue light is green) 5:57
  4. 4 - Twin Emerald Dolphins 8:46
  5. 5 - Jade Lake 4:42

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Francesco Cavaliere & Tomoko Sauvage
Viridescens

28,00

only 3 left

  1. 1 - 戴绿帽⼦ (dài lǜ màozi) a man with a green hat 7:29
  2. 2 - Rainforest Synthesis 5:56
  3. 3 - ≒ AO (blue light is green) 5:57
  4. 4 - Twin Emerald Dolphins 8:46
  5. 5 - Jade Lake 4:42

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why we love this

Like marbles on glass. Smooth and delicate sounds that seem to bend with light.

about the record

Francesco Cavaliere and Tomoko Sauvage embody a tactile audio visual display, radiating the color green into sounds and painting meditative music. By transforming collected objects into invented instruments and scenography, each motif becomes a dedication to a specific situation, an anecdote or a symbol, sometimes real and other times absurd, that the artists have encountered through their travels and conversations: the Chinese myth about a man wearing a green hat, the naming convention of Japanese traffic lights, or even the imaginary chants of frolicking twin dolphins. This inspired the duo’s personal research on experimenting with raw and synthesized idiophones, stage landscape design, spontaneous field recording, and organized improvisation.

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