A Sonnet for Albert Einstein is a setting of a poem written and read by Walter Lowenfels obtained from PennSound. The piece uses 6 instances of Z3TA+ 2.1 using 9/8 non-octave tuning, a percussion track through effects and Walter’s reading.
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excellent word……. and music fit together like a glove throughly enjoyed
beautiful i love how the poetry and music fit together.
very nice. reminds me of some of my electronic music buddies from the mid-70s. tasty.
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