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--[[User:Projects|Projects]] 08:06, 15 October 2007 (BST)

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Stockholm - research visit

We're coming to Stockholm (28th Sep - Wed 3rd Oct) to meet with musicians and producers from Fylkingen and students at Konstfack. We are also attemping to visit the archives at Musikmuseet to explore the possibility of checking out some of their music boxes containing public domain music. Any other leads/ideas for Clips, Blips and Loops would be gratefully received.

Eileen and Ben

14/09/07

Musikmuseet - music boxes

The following music boxes are scheduled for recording in early October:


M1588 Ducommun Girod, Genève, Switzerland, 1878-1879

Tune sheet inside the lid: "QUATRE AIRS"

1 Wals. - Il Bacia (Arditi)
2 Rigoletto. Canzone. La Donna e mobile (Verdi)
3 Polka. Les Magiciennes (Schubert)
4 Freyschütz. Aria Kömmt en Schanker (Weber).
"Etouffoirs en acier soit à Spiraux."


M2095 Jérôme Thibouville-Lamy, Paris/France

1 Steinser - Marche
2 Mille et une units - Valse
3 Britannia - Schottisch
4 Le ^Cône d'Ecosse - Valse
5 Estella - Mazurka
6 La grande Duchesse - Chanson du Réfunent


M2219 Unknown maker, Switzerland

tunes not noted


N174845 Symphonion Musikwerke, Leipzig, Germany

a very early jukebox - tunes not noted


X5029 Eugène Bornand, S:t Croix, Switzerland

A brass tune sheet under the lid:

HARMONIPHONE - 6 - airs -

1. UN BALLO IN MASCHERA, Aria Eritu, Verdi.
2. IL TROVATORE, Ah! Che la morte, id.
3. J. DUE FOSCARI, Aria Questa dungue, id.
4 J. LOMBARD, La mia Letizia, id.
5. J. CAPULETTI E J. MONTECCHI, Romanza, id.
6. VERGISS MEIN NICHT, Waltzer di Giovani Strauss.


initial research indicates that all tunes contained within the boxes (those listed) are in the public domain.

--Projects 14:27, 23 September 2007 (BST)

Radio interview

Nice to see all the great music! I've talked to Rasmus at Radio Stockholm and they would like to make a show about the event. The only problem is that they produce the shows for the weekend in advance, so he would be interested in interviewing you two on the Thursday before the event. In that interview he would like to play the samples and originals and also talk about the event. Would this be possible? When will you be arriving to Stockholm?/Thérèse

Sat 13/10/07

Hi Thérèse,

Sounds great for Radio Stockholm and we are glad to do the interview. On Thursday 15th Nov our flight gets in at 16:40 so it would have to be the evening. We're around until the afternoon of Tuesday 20th Nov. More orginal tracks should go up onto the site over this weekend.

speak soon, Eileen

Music Box Recordings

Music boxes we recorded at Musikmuseet 2nd Oct:

http://www.openmusicarchive.org/audio/M1973.wav / http://www.openmusicarchive.org/audio/M2095.wav

--Projects 13:11, 8 October 2007 (BST)

The music box recordings recorded by HansErik Svensson at Musikmuseet on 1st Oct have just arrived. They are zipped as one large WAV file containing recordings of 12 boxes (duration 1h5m). Due to its size we're distributing this using our experimental bittorrent tracker. To download this you'll need a bittorrent client. Once your download is complete please leave your downloader running so it can help upload to the other clients. This is what makes bittorrent efficient.

musicboxes.torrent (right-click/ctrl+click to download)

--Projects 08:06, 15 October 2007 (BST)