pellucidity

by tim nelson

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"Psychedelic classical?" "Ambient-NONelectronica?" You decide. Instrumentation usually associated with symphonic music juxtaposed with Mellotron and decidedly unclassical production techniques...
Track #4, "himinglaeva: that through which one can see the heavens" was featured in "Through the Weeping Glass: On the Consolations of Life Everlasting (Limbos & Afterbreezes in the Mütter Museum)" a 2011 film by the Quay Brothers and is one of two tracks not included as a DVD 'extra' with the majority of the film's score.

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released February 20, 2010

Composed, performed, recorded and produced by Tim Nelson at Le Croissant Fertile, Cape Elizabeth Maine, USA February 1-14, 2010. Instruments include mellotron, cello, viola, violin, flute, clarinet, floor toms, wood blocks, glockenspiel, chimes, gong, cymbals, snare drum and vocals.

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tim nelson

Tim Nelson is a film composer, sound designer and multi-instrumentalist session musician/producer. He has since 2007 been a frequent collaborator with award-winning filmmakers/animators the Quay Brothers.

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