Wazicu is a acousmatic piece in which several sections are presented and changed progressively. Each section contains the same materials, but in each of them the material is organized, combined and treated in a heterogeneous way. The idea is to have sections that consist of the same starting material that can vary over time with some regularity. Each sound object is thus identified in a different context and embedded in a section intertwining with the next one. 


Tags: Acusmatica 17

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