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A great deal of my musical efforts is driven by the urge to integrate spoken word into the realm of sound, noise, ambience and music. Electronic Music of course.
I am fascinated by the sheer sound of spoken languages, the different intonations, the flow and the secret melodylines these spoken words follow.
So I try to integrate spoken word in as many languages as possible into my music.
If you are interested to become part of this project, just drop me a line in my contact-page, and I will tell you how you can easily join this global project ... don´t be shy! . If you speak Sindarin, you will be welcome as well.
You can read some more details about this somehow deviant project if you click -> this.
One other important concurrent undertaking of The Palatin Project is dedicated to Robert Graves, one of the gods of poetry. Some day there will be a new music album released: Electron. Each and every track on this album will be featuring a poem out of his incredible voluminous works. On the music-pages you can already listen to some of these tracks: Friday Night and Always.
To further this intention, I am seeking for native british speakers - regardless of gender - to declaim poetry by Robert Graves, to record it and make it available for further processing and integration into a musical context.
To learn more details about that ongoing project see the stuff-pages as shown in the menu above and do not hesitate to write a short note in the contact-page. It will be my pleasure to answer all of your questions regarding this topic.
The photo above was taken by Rab Shiell and laid on the official Robert Graves Website.