Ennio Mazzon - Celadon


  • Singer: Ennio Mazzon
  • Album's title: Celadon
  • Genre: Electronic, Non Music
  • Label: Impulsive Habitat ‎– IHab013
    Type: File, MP3, 320 kbps
    Country: Portugal
    Date of released: 15 Oct 2010
    Category: Electronic, Non-Music
    Style: Field Recording, Experimental
  • Format: FLAC MP3 MP1 AC3 MPC AAC MIDI MP4 MMF
  • Size MP3 ZIP: 1697 mb
  • Size FLAC ZIP: 1754 mb
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Ennio Mazzon - Celadon

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Tracklist

1 Celadon 30:00

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  • Copyright (c) – David Vélez
  • Copyright (c) – Ennio Mazzon
  • Copyright (c) – Impulsive Habitat

Credits

  • Photography – David Velez

Notes

Project "Celadon" started as an audio documentary of the Piave river, which is located in the north east of Italy (It begins in the Alps and flows southeast for 220 km into the Adriatic Sea near the city of Venice). The purpose was to represent with sounds (field recordings and electronic interludes) the contrasts and the complex interactions between the "natural side" and the "urban side" of a place.

But "Celadon" evolved in a somewhat unexpected way. Several concrete sounds (raw and processed) captured during the 2010, have been inserted in order to provide a more structured shape, and a noisy coda has been added at the end of the piece. This noisy coda is basically made up of various processed recordings of electromagnetic interferences created using a tape player, a cd player, a laptop, a small dc motor and a stepping motor found in a old broken inkjet printer. As can be heard in the final version of "Celadon", the recordings of the Piave river are now overwhelmed by other sounds and the initial “concept” has been probably lost within the new structure of the work.

"Celadon" is an experimental composition built upon natural recordings which reflects the constant changes of our perception of things: new information, new inputs and new approaches are parsed unconsciously and places, feelings and people undergo an endless process of remapping. The focal point of the piece is now the "decontextualization" of sounds and mental images.

Thanks: Giulia Mazzon, Nicholas Szczepanik, David Vélez.

artwork/cover design:
©2010 David Vélez
music:
©2010 Ennio Mazzon
©2010 Impulsive Habitat

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

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