Marcel Rocha - Ancient Computer Music

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24 Mar 2012, 02:44



ACM” is the translation into sounds of composer Marcel Rocha’sinterpretation of the spiritual world of the people who live in deep connection with nature. With this work, Marcel tries to capture some rhythms that have been ‘danced to’ by the people of the earth since the beginning of time and glues them together through the use of sound manipulation and original music performances.These compositions were created by using ethnic and nature sounds, blending them with electric guitar effects and electronic noises.Marcel likes to think of “ACM” as an appreciation of the non-local Universal Mind.

Tracklist
01 Coal I 3:44
02 Alien Bugs in Argelia 6:18
03 Coal II 2:50
04 Story of a Birth 9:39
05 Siamgda – Dancing Berimbau 4:08

Marcel Rocha: composition, guitars and computer

Paulo Freire: viola on "Coal I"

The track "Dancing Berimbau" is a special contribution by Siamgda using source material by Marcel Rocha - sounds like Asia, Europe and South America joining together for a universal dancing celebration.

Cover Art: Fabiana Ribeiro

released 15 December 2011

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