i used the worlds oldest recorded music and the moment i click save this will be the worlds newest released music (for what? a nanosecond?)

i converted youtube.com/watch?v=8D0SXIANTL...WL&index=14 to midi after denoising
from classicfm.com/discover-music/l...dest-recordings:
"This is the earliest recording of music known to exist. In 1888 a recording of Arthur Sullivan's song 'The Lost Chord' was etched onto a phonograph cylinder. Sullivan was astounded at this new technology, but had his reservations too. At the time he said "I can only say that I am astonished and somewhat terrified at the result of this evening's experiments: astonished at the wonderful power you have developed, and terrified at the thought that so much hideous and bad music may be put on record forever.""

i made some bamboo flute samples and plugged them into a synth. i bought the flute in portugal a couple of days ago - i love cheap badly made instruments - they can sound so interesting. this cost 3 euro i think

then renoised it with various fx. it amused me to take out the vinyl distortions and then add the izotope vinyl vst to the chain.

Disquiet Junto Project 0280: 20170514
Celebrate the 70th birthday of a Junto member.

This week we celebrate the May 14, 2017, birthday of Junto member ferrie = differentieel, of the Netherlands.

Junto member ferrie = differentieel, of the Netherlands, turns 70 years of age on May 14, 2017. In correspondence leading up to this project, ferrie shared an observation that the composer Frederic Rzewski had previously shared with him in a letter: “Using pre-existing material for building new things is a very old practice.”

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