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The Singing Bridge

Claudia Molitor

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The Singing Bridge  
1.1
Resonate Me
Claudia Molitor; Claudia Molitor
8:04
1.2
This City
Claudia Molitor; Claudia Molitor
2:30
1.3
Bridges
Claudia Molitor; Claudia Molitor
2:44
1.4
Below the Sirens Call
Claudia Molitor; Claudia Molitor
2:46
1.5
Electricity
Ed Chivers; Graham Sowerby; AK/DK
8:02
1.6
Beloved Concrete and Sweet Thames Flow Softly
Ewan MacColl; Claudia Molitor; Claudia Molitor; Stick in the Wheel
6:26
1.7
Floating under your Arches
Claudia Molitor; Claudia Molitor
3:55
1.8
Falling
Claudia Molitor; S.J. Fowler; Claudia Molitor
3:01
Total Playing Time    37:28
The Singing Bridge is musical psychogeography more than anything and is probably best experienced the way it was intended – on a headset in situ overlooking the bridge as part of this month’s Totally Thames festival. But it’s also proving gently evocative in my kitchen, with its sensitively layered watery location recordings, traffic noises and wonky, finespun, industrial-ish prepared piano sounds by Molitor, plus contributions from poet SJ Fowler, folk band Stick in the Wheel and drum/synth duo AK/DK.” - Kate Molleson, The Guardian Composer Claudia Molitor creates with The Singing Bridge a musical response to the story of Waterloo Bridge in London. First built in 1817, its foundations became shaky during the Second World War, and so it was reinforced by a specialized construction force comprised mainly of women. Molitor has her listeners contemplate the beauty of the bridge’s architecture, as well as the social history that lies amongst its columns.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – NMC Recordings Studio Masters

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