A tiny piece of audio from Sergiev Posad has been broadcast on London’s Resonance FM yesterday evening.
I’ve recorded it a few years ago in the Gagarin concert hall. The performance was over, and someone from the public, or stage crew – we will never know it – stroke a few piano chords on an empty stage. The hall fall silent, and the sounds have spread up to the second floor easily – the piano echo and the voices of the drama studio actors.
This has become a part of a show called A Duck in a Tree made by :zoviet*france: , the Newcastle-Upon-Tyne-based industrial-ambient collective. А 60 minute continuous mix of some of the best genre-refusing, zero BPM, hypnatropic and maximinimalist recordings, as they put it.
Resonance FM is an award-winning non-profit art and experimental radio station, covering great variety of genres and topics, often neglected by the commercial or even public broadcasters.
This recording first appeared on oontz.ru in 2012 as part of the Non-stage sounds of the Gagarin Hall presenting a few of the hall’s less spotlight sounds