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Tziltzulim (ringings in hebrew) for tuba and electronics

Tziltzulim (ringings in Hebrew), for tuba and electronics
was written during the Spring and Summer 2002 for Gary Buttery.
The tuba writing makes use of advanced techniques such as multiphonics, glissandi, and overblowing.
It explores all registers sometimes at great speed.
The electronics is drawn mainly from an early recording of the tuba part, which has been subsequently digitally manipulated
to create a ringing ghost of the tuba, sometimes preceeding the tuba, sometimes echoing it, distorting it, or challenging it with bell-like sounds.

Created by Daniel Aberdam. Thanks to Catherine Heyman for her help when building this site