The artistically inclined delight in the Game because it provides opportunities for improvisation and fantasy.
Spyros Giasafakis “Chimaira” [HT Daemonia Nymphe] is an improvisation using a reconstructed Ancient Greek Lyra (lyre). Music written, arranged and performed by Spyros Giasafakis Σπύρος Γιασαφάκης, Female vocals by Louisa John Krol, Reproductions of ancient Greek instruments manufactured by Nikolaos Brass.
“Placating The Spirits” is a track added by rfcl in the Hermetic Library audio pool.
Phantasmal samples, eerie vocals, electronic noise, drones, melodic sax,
all combined in a mysterious cacophony.
A segment from a Joyful Noise night of improvisation – August 23, 2012
Keith Yates – tenor sax, sopranino
Max Abelev – computer, vocals
Lydia Harari – vocals, piano, noisemakers
Etanna Sack – vocals, noisemakers
Juan Carlos Mendizabal aka Kyron – electronics, mixing, deconstructing
The Hermetic Library audio pool is a participatory place for sharing sounds and music of a living Western Esoteric Tradition. If you would like to submit your work for consideration as part of the audio pool, head over to the Hermetic Library audio pool or contact the librarian.
“Don’t Forget” is a track added by Audiothrillseeker in the Hermetic Library audio pool.
“Myself and Hal improvised this track onto cassette one night jamming. We did the full production the next day. Hal’s words were brilliant and straight off the top of his head. We kept the improvised arrangement and lyrics intact. The song is about remembering that you are not self made and that you owe a debt to many people in your life. Through it, you transform yourself.”
“Don’t forget the way it was
When you first saw the sunrise
And you knew what it meant”
“Eyes open blind
Don’t regret the past time
Just be glad
You had your chance”
The Hermetic Library audio pool is a participatory place for sharing sounds and music of a living Western Esoteric Tradition. Music and performance can be a form of ritual and magick. Works and artists have long been inspired by the ideas of Western Esotericism and Mysticism. This group is to help create a space for sharing, music and other audio, and connecting with artists who feel drawn to these topics and ideas, or, especially, incorporate and manifest ritual and magick in their works. If you would like to submit your work for consideration as part of the audio pool, head over to the Hermetic Library audio pool or contact the librarian.