100 Days of Something: 54

Last year, during a Frankenstein’s Lab excursion to the Illutron collective, we were introduced to the possibility of making a musical instrument out of a jet motor.

Today Lars Kynde, together with Illutron, presented a Pulsejet Symphony in Copenhagen’s Fælledparken as the opening of Klang Festival 2016. Erwan Keravec played the bagpipes while wandering between three Pulsejet trombones spread out in the park. From where I was standing it sounded something like this:

100 Days of Something: 54 “Pulsejet Symphony” #The100DayProject rdgr.me/u/6iob1b

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Rudiger Meyer is a composer interested in the play between traditional concert music and new media.


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