Cercle Circacien/ Creation

A second creation that I did with my Indonesian friends. Unfortunately, we didn’t have time to work on the “Kecak” part (middle part which is a traditional Balinese way of singing). And the record was done so fast that everything is a bit messy. But I really wanna do it again but maybe just with the voice this time. I need time to think about it and all new ideas are more than welcome!

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9 Responses to Cercle Circacien/ Creation

  1. lecox says:

    This was really wild! Don’t worry about “sloppy” – the musical concept came through.

    I’ve heard recordings of a few different kecaks. I get the impression they take some practice. When done well, though, they are really cool.

    • voxmarie says:

      thank you!
      And actually we didn’t practice before and as those guys are not coming from Bali, they don’t really know about the Kecak, I mean theoriticaly, how it is build. I started to put the “PO PO PO…” the highest part you can hear from the beginning till the end and then, we just recorded a lots of different rythmes on the top of it. We kept the one we thought were maching the best.

  2. stanzebla says:

    Hehe, it’s funny when the voice starts. I was surprised.😀

  3. Hey there thanks so much for following, the flute in this piece of music sounds like it has a very Irish flavour. I loved the flute part!

    • voxmarie says:

      Thanks for your words. Actualy, Breton and Irish music are really close to each other. And the flute I’m playing is an Irish flute🙂 this might be explaining that🙂

  4. ^ That’s true! It does sound a bit Irish. My favorite part is the “yell” back into the recap section😀

    • voxmarie says:

      I will tell Wahyu, he is the one screaming and playing the guitar too. Actualy, Breton and Irish music are really close to each other. And the flute I’m playing is an Irish flute🙂 this might be explaining that🙂

  5. justmusing says:

    the world is a small village – excuse the cliche.. Its sounds pleasant, in any case..

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