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Is it nothing to you, all you who pass by?

B.P. Cook on May 22, 2012 19:39

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    "Is it nothing to you, all you who pass by?" is an electronic piece written specifically for listening while on a Long Island Railroad Train running between Jamaica, Queens and Penn Station, New York. It is somewhat of a personally experienced installation. I encourage you to download the piece and try it out.

    All of the sounds emerge from a single sound source of fingers tapping on glass. We are often most intimate with glass when riding the train; we are protected in our own little world by this translucent liquid barrier.

    Although the title is taken from the bible, the piece is not necessarily intended to be religious. It is, however, intended to provoke thought and reflection.

    Please download and enjoy!

    © 2012 by B.P. Cook

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