That said, the pieces work very well, with special mentions to "Mystery Theatre" and "Tarantelle. The first one is vividly cinematic. The musicians explore a wide range of dynamics. Improvisation has its say and as a result the piece sounds more organic and involving. The same thing can be said about "Beating the Heavenly Drum," a moving improvisation despite the fact that it remains mostly rhythmical and tonal. Tarantelle" closes the set. Written by David Keane, it is the only piece to feature a tape part
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4. Adrift on the Edge of Seas. 5. Beating the Heavenly Drum. Listen to Erosonic: Mystery Theatre in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
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Outside of the main series, there was one annual (Sandman Mystery Theatre Annual) the special one-shot Sandman Midnight Theatre in 1996, co-written by Wagner and Gaiman, which placed Dodds at the events of Dream’s capture in Gaiman’s The Sandman. In 2007 was the mini-series Sandman Mystery Theatre: The Sleep of Reason which featured Keiran Marshall briefly becoming The Sandman. Addtionaly, the series crossed over with James Robinson’s Starman between issues including art from Guy Davis and also with Wagner’s own Madame Xanadu series. Free DC Comic Download.
Erosonic - Mystery Theatre. In the baritone saxophone discography, this disc reinforces the well known work of David Mott as he uses an extended registral spectrum, circular breathing, vocal modulation, multiphonics and timbral shifts ~"~14~0~0~"~"~-.
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|1||A Logical Conclusion David Mott||Erosonic||10:31|
|2||Circles, Spirals and Spins David Mott / Joseph Petric||Erosonic||9:31|
|3||Mystery Theatre David Mott||Erosonic||13:37|
|4||Adrift on the Edge of Seas David Mott||Erosonic||7:58|
|5||Beating the Heavenly Drum David Mott / Joseph Petric||Erosonic||6:55|
|6||Tarantelle David Keane||Erosonic||13:26|
Title: Mystery Theatre
Recording date: June 18, 2002 & June 19, 2002
Style: Modern Composition
Recording location: St. John's Church, Elora, Ontario, Canada
Size MP3: 1605 mb
Size FLAC: 1663 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
Other Formats: MMF DMF AAC AUD MIDI DTS