Dimitri Voudouris - NPFAI.1 / Palmos / NPFAI.3 / Praxis album download
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Engineer [Sound] – AW Sapsford
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pogus Productions
- Copyright (c) – Pogus Productions
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- Composed By, Concept By [Conceptualization], Engineer [Sound], Artwork [Diagrams], Liner Notes [All Write-ups Realized By] – Dimitri Voudouris
- Photography By – Christo Doherty
NotesThe compositions included in this collection have been realized at A New Music Search Studios.
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3/PRAXIS by Dimitri Voudouris. In Palmos, Voudoris chose three Western instruments - the Hammond organ, oboe, and the bandoneon - whose overtone and harmonic capabilities allowed for interlocking moments to take place, a phenomenon that is ever present in African traditional music. Spectrographic analysis of sounds produced by each individual instrument was carefully monitored which allowed for a deeper understanding of timbre, attack, decay and vibrato.
Composed By, Concept By, Engineer, Artwork, Liner Notes – Dimitri Voudouris. Photography By – Christo Doherty.
3, for african marimba & computer assisted processing. 4. Praxis, for male choir, magnetic tape & computer assisted processing. blue highlight denotes track pick.
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Tracks count: 4. Views: 1. Dimitri Voudouris - Praxis 14:29. Dimitri Voudouris - NPFAI. Dimitri Voudouris - Palmos 33:43.
Dimitri Voudouris (Δημητριος Βουδουρης) (born 1961 in Athens, Greece), an electroacoustic composer and pharmacist living in South Africa who pioneered UNYAZI, the first electronic music festival and symposium on the African continent in 2005 that took place at University of the Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, South Africa. He lectures part-time at Witwatersrand University in electronic music composition. He composes for acoustic instruments, electronic sound sources, multimedia, including dance and theatre.
song from 1971, Album originally released 1984. ) Music behind DJ: v/a. Bombay Connection Vol. 1. 0:18:17. ) Will Holshouser Trio. w/ WIlbur Morris + Michael Wimberley. 3 (New Possibilities For African Instruments). multi-talented Dimitri is also a pharmacist in South Africa.