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Wayne Siegel: Celebration

Wayne Siegel

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Wayne Siegel; Wayne Siegel
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:18
In this commissioned work by computer music pioneer Wayne Siegel the manuals of the Hallgrímskirkja pipe organ in Reykjavík are controlled by four virtual musicians. A computer creates the music live, using data from the Meteosat-10 weather satellite, making each performance of the piece unique and weather dependent.
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Recorded at Hallgrímskirkja (Church of Hallgrímur), Reykjavík, Iceland, on 24 October 2014
Recording producer and sound engineer: Wayne Siegel
Mastering: Morten Mogensen

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