Here's an autumn mix for you. Questions and comments welcome as usual.
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Bruno Spoerri - Music for Chinde verzelled 's Märli vom Geischt im Glas
Roj - Ludwig's Children
René Eespere - Okasroosike
Vashti Bunyan - Love Song
plastic moonrise - The Rapid Rain
Fred Jordan, Aston Munslow, Shropshire - Lady Isabel and the Elf Knight
Vote Robot - eo_xugod_
Frédéric Chanu - Prends le temps d'écouter
Pierre van Hauwe - Bolero
Tod Dockstader - Pond Dance
Les Baxter's Orchestra - The Left Arm of Buddha
Sais Salah Ahmed, Dahir Cali Jimale, Khaliif Osman Cabdi - Umuliso
Gábor Presser - Indulás a koncertre
Tündérkaszinó - A part alatt
Die Welttraumforscher - This Could Be the Greatest Love in Town
Brenda Ray - The Scream
Solfeggio Tones - Solfeggio 396 417 528 639
The Bruno Spoerri track is the intro for a Swiss fairy tale record. The René Eespere song comes from the fantastic Estonian Teeme Muusikat series I got to know through several posts on toys and techniques. All tracks come from vinyl records except the wonderful electronic poems of Catherine Norris (plastic moonrise) and the mathematic melodies of Solfeggio Tones which I found on Soundcloud. Frédéric Chanu's Prends le temps d'écouter was made in a Freinet school. Tom Gagnaire from the Shapes and Colors blog had the wonderfully insane idea to make a reissue of this 7" of music composed and played by children. Well, since you read this blog you probably don't find the idea insane at all and you should order the record through the Tona Serenad label. There's more to come, I'll keep you posted. While you're at it, you should also order the Welttraumforscher's This Could Be the Greatest Love in Town (originally released on cassette in 1987) on 7" that was recently released in the context of the Welttraumforscher retrospective and book I organised.