Gravikords, Whirlies & Pyrophones: Experimental Musical Instruments

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  • Title: Gravikords, Whirlies & Pyrophones: Experimental Musical Instruments
  • Author: Bart Hopkin
  • ISBN: 9781559613828
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. How can you not love this collection of professional loonies and their fantastical noisemaking contraptions? Bart Hopkin deserves a Nobel Prize. Be sure to seek out the edition with the CD!!!


    2. What an outlandish tour! This book goes even farther than I suspected it would, including not only fire, water, air, earth, and electronic instruments, not only vehicular instruments, air cushion, and hat instruments, but instruments of sculptural beauty in and of themselves, among them wood and metal squares I barely would have guessed would be instrumental. Conceptual varieties are present that are very clever, including a fretted bow for articulating multiple notes, a round device capable of [...]


    3. Talking about music is like dancing about architecture — some people say Frank Zappa said that, but nobody wants to take credit, officially… I think that's true about so-so music writing. This book references the companion CD in every write-up, so it seems to me that it should be included with the book. It's not, but there is the internet. Tom Waits introduction is the most interesting part of this book as far as the writing is concerned, but the rest of the book is a whole lot of dancing ab [...]


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