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glåsbird // norskfjǫrðr CDR

glåsbird // norskfjǫrðr CDR

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The British label Whitelabrecs, which has released a large number of high-quality ambient works in CDR format since 2015, has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This work is an ambient work released in 2020 by unidentified writer glåsbird.Contains 10 neo-classical ambient songs that mainly use the piano.It is out of print.

Glåsbird's anonymous and imaginary travels to far flung locations continues, with this next excursion landing at the Norwegian fjords. A human thread of highway runs through this wild and rugged setting, passing lonely wood cabins and flashes of green.

To reflect this landscape, Glåsbird imagined a journey north to the edge of the Arctic sea over several days, stopping to capture the intimate acoustics of painted wooden shacks and drawing in the landscape through tiny window panes. Whilst the previous releases use reverb-heavy strings. or tape-decaying piano to reflect the cold, stark expanse of snow, Norsk fjǫ rðr makes use of acoustic timbres with more emphasis on the raw sound. Various creaks and scrapes rustle underneath these melodies to reflect the sound from inside the cabin, micro-sound fragments A hint of folk is present at times in the form of bowed and plucked strings, to reflect the fauna and flora present across the West of Scandinavia. The familiar modern classical tones of piano and strings. breathe a stark and chilling spine from time to time before the gently dramatic Endeligfjord marks the end of the journey, looking back out to the Barents sea.
artist: glåsbird
label: Whitelabrecs

The British label Whitelabrecs, which has released a large number of high-quality ambient works in CDR format since 2015, has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This work is an ambient work released in 2020 by unidentified writer glåsbird.Contains 10 neo-classical ambient songs that mainly use the piano.It is out of print.

Glåsbird's anonymous and imaginary travels to far flung locations continues, with this next excursion landing at the Norwegian fjords. A human thread of highway runs through this wild and rugged setting, passing lonely wood cabins and flashes of green.

To reflect this landscape, Glåsbird imagined a journey north to the edge of the Arctic sea over several days, stopping to capture the intimate acoustics of painted wooden shacks and drawing in the landscape through tiny window panes. Whilst the previous releases use reverb-heavy strings. or tape-decaying piano to reflect the cold, stark expanse of snow, Norsk fjǫ rðr makes use of acoustic timbres with more emphasis on the raw sound. Various creaks and scrapes rustle underneath these melodies to reflect the sound from inside the cabin, micro-sound fragments A hint of folk is present at times in the form of bowed and plucked strings, to reflect the fauna and flora present across the West of Scandinavia. The familiar modern classical tones of piano and strings. breathe a stark and chilling spine from time to time before the gently dramatic Endeligfjord marks the end of the journey, looking back out to the Barents sea.
artist: glåsbird label: Whitelabrecs