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  • Performer: Mark Tamea
  • Album: Five Augmented Locations (Volume One)
  • FLAC: 1682 mb | MP3: 1448 mb
  • Released: 2014
  • Style: Ambient, Musique Concrète
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Mark Tamea - Five Augmented Locations (Volume One) album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Raphael Killigarth 5:08
2 Improvisation VII 6:25
3 A Cove das Choias
Co-producer – Kymatik
9:05
4 Tower CH1 Rearranged 9:50
5 Sint Stevenskerk 7:17

Notes

Edition of 25

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Five Augmented Locations (Volume One). Mark Tamea is an English composer, whose music draws on the infinite potential of electroacoustic experiments and field recordings. His work clashes the commonplace and the imaginary, the discernible and the esoteric, fusing this juxtaposition with delicate harmony. He takes the listener on an emotional journey of self-exploration, whilst creating an intense awareness of the immediate environment - the physical world. Max D-B. Paperboy And Roar. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. Drop your files here.

Mark Tamea is an English composer, whose music draws on the infinite potential of electroacoustic experiments and field recordings. Five Augmented Locations.

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The augmented chord, (which appears upon three of the minor key,) is commonly found upon one, four, or five of a major key. In its resolution the fundamental may either remain stationary, descend five degrees, or ascend four degrees; the third may either ascend a minor second, or remain stationary ; and the fifth ascends a minor second. The inversions of the augmented chord may also be used. 23 No. 5). However, the augmented triad occurs in tonal music, with a perfectly tonal meaning, since at least . Bach (see the first chord in the opening chorus to his cantata Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein, BWV 2) and Joseph Haydn (see, for example, the Trio from Haydn's String Quartet Op.