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NEMO 017
year: 2005

project coordinator:Michael Klobuchar
mastering: Mikko Biffle
artwork:Anders Östberg


The focus on this project was to use a new or already existing poem in any language and create a background for the poem

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2 Anders Östberg
stream trackload mp3   No Ones Garden
At some places along the walk
lies last years leaves in disorder
comes into memories for flora and fauna
of the remaining woods
for she who strolls for pleasure

no human hand has carried them away

Let everything be, have trust in the untidy
leaves between the grey boulders
gives new life to the risen blood vessels



Poem by Marita Ekblad. Sonic background (sinus tones) and reading by Anders Östberg. Recorded in March 2005.
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comment 14.02.2006: Fabio Anile (http://xoomer.virgilio.it/eterogeneo/)
  I like this poem and the music too. Music has that something riflessive and intimistic I like. Well done !
   
comment 28.04.2006: fabio anile (http://xoomer.virgilio.it/eterogeneo/)
  I like this track very much, Anders.
I can recognize an Eno's perspective, but your work has always something personal.
I like the poem too.


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