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Moniek Darge - Sounds Of Sacred Places (CD)

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  1. This CD is produced with the support of the Vlaamse Gemeenschap. Thanks to Andrew De Masi and Richard Lerman for editing and proofreading the English text. "Sounds of Sacred Places" was originally published on LP by Igloo (IGL ) Packaged in a Digipak with a sixteen-page booklet/5(7).
  2. Uluru is also the dwelling-place of the “World Serpent”, the most powerful totem shared by the surrounding tribes. Sounds of Sacred Places attempts to transform the listener into a living witness of the sounds of similar places, not far away in any specific ethnic culture, but in Flanders”. - Moniek Darge.
  3. Back to Moniek Darge's homepage; In most ethnic cultures, sacred places serve an important social function. The qualities, typical of these places, explain to western people the magic magnetism of these "holy grounds". During our international Logos Duo concert tours we have had the opportunity to visit quite a few of these places.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Moniek Darge - Sounds Of Sacred Places at Discogs. Complete your Moniek Darge collection/5(19).
  5. Born in Bruges, Belgium in , Moniek Darge has worked as a composer, violinist, performer and installation artist. She studied music theory and violin at the Music Conservatory of Bruges as well as painting at the Ghent Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Arthistory, Philosophy and Anthropology.
  6. Sounds of Sacred Places re-release on CD; Review of Sounds of Sacred Places in The Wire; CD Crete Soundies (also one soundscape with Françoise Vanhecke) CD Soundies; CD: by Barbara Buchowiec and Moniek Darge CD: by MoKa Complete discography Moniek Darge.
  7. First time vinyl issue of key works from the Belgian artist-musician Moniek Darge. These recordings are from the same era as Moniek’s classic ‘Sounds of Sacred Places’ LP. ‘Bratschebraut’ extends the story of Moniek’s work during this period: playful, intimate, raw, and quite unique.
  8. These recordings are from the same era as Moniek’s classic ‘Sounds of Sacred Places’ LP. 'Bratschebraut' extends the story of Moniek's work during this .

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