Tarhu and harp improvisation with Natalia Mann in the Yerebatan Cistern Istanbul, one of the most glorious acoustic spaces in the world. Part two of an investigation of the acoustic propertes of a water tank made by the ancients in the form of an underground sunken palace with 333 marble columns, fish swimming in the waters below and the dark shadows flickering.
Instrumentation: Tarhu, harp.
Duration: 9 min.
- In the form/style of: Improvisations
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