Giant gramophone plays the earth

Craft & Design Music

The Alunda Church Choir put their backs into this performance titled “Harvest” using the land-amplifying terrafon instrument. The piece, created by Olle Cornéer and Martin Lübcke, is apparently part of an ongoing series (requiring some very sturdy and determined participants). Read more over at Create Digital Music.

10 thoughts on “Giant gramophone plays the earth

  1. magicmike says:

    Since when does discordant sound with no rhythm count as music? Why not just pull with horses or cattle? Theres no music here, just a funny looking, noisy, plowshare.

    1. cedi says:

      I read it as a representation of the relationship between people and the earth. The gramophone serving as tool for the land to communicate with.

      It’s interesting and I would’ve loved finding this video in a gallery space.

  2. mopolopo says:

    I feel sorry for the woman in that really long dress.

  3. Almost_There says:

    >I feel sorry for the woman in that really long dress.

    I feel sorry for anyone who believes in Religion.

  4. bazil says:

    That really depends on what you consider music.
    There are some that enjoy industrial noise and i myself find this actually kind of cool.

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