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The Edge of Time: Palaeolithic Bone Flutes from France & Germany

Anna Friederike Potengowski, Georg Wieland Wagner

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Wisdom 1
Anna Friederike Potengowski; Anna Friederike Potengowski
1:37
2
Wadawishung Pade
Georg Wieland Wagner; Anna Friederike Potengowski; Georg Wieland Wagner
4:40
3
Cabanaconde
Georg Wieland Wagner; Anna Friederike Potengowski; Georg Wieland Wagner
5:03
4
Ryoanji
John Cage; Anna Friederike Potengowski; Georg Wieland Wagner
11:49
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Improvisation (Hohle Fels 1)
Anna Friederike Potengowski; Anna Friederike Potengowski
2:37
6
Daybreak
Anna Friederike Potengowski; Anna Friederike Potengowski; Georg Wieland Wagner
3:39
7
Mayuman
Georg Wieland Wagner; Anna Friederike Potengowski; Georg Wieland Wagner
7:04
8
Seebergers Lied
Anna Friederike Potengowski; Anna Friederike Potengowski
2:30
9
Wisdom 2
Anna Friederike Potengowski; Anna Friederike Potengowski
1:26
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Sand
Georg Wieland Wagner; Anna Friederike Potengowski
4:05
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Wisdom 3
Anna Friederike Potengowski; Anna Friederike Potengowski
2:33
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Aare
Anna Friederike Potengowski; Anna Friederike Potengowski
4:00
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Improvisation (Geissenklösterle 3)
Anna Friederike Potengowski; Anna Friederike Potengowski
1:20
14
Swan Song
Georg Wieland Wagner; Anna Friederike Potengowski; Georg Wieland Wagner
5:10
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Reverie
William Grant Still; Anna Friederike Potengowski
2:33
16
Destination and Anchor
Georg Wieland Wagner; Anna Friederike Potengowski; Georg Wieland Wagner
4:17
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:23
This fourth volume in Delphina’s pioneering collaboration with the European Music Archaeology Project endeavours to explore the oldest surviving evidence of musical creation, and features flautist Anna Friederike Potengowski playing reconstructions of four prehistoric flutes found in cave sites in the south of modern Germany. Alongside percussionist Georg Wieland Wagner, Potengowski has created a compelling programme that explores the tensions between contemporary modes of expression and the ancient instruments on which she plays.
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