Emmanuel Tuts-Schiemsky – Muze in de Storm

Emmanuel Tuts-Schiemsky - Muze in de Storm

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Emmanuel Tuts-Schiemsky – Muze in de Storm
CD-R, Private Release, 1998

The almost 51-minute “Muze in de Storm” is alchemy of tribal-organic music, mostly driven by cyclic rhythms and shakers. Electronics are almost absent here, and have been replaced by flutes, bells, soaring monk chants, Tibetan bowls and spacious environmental sounds.

These ingredients all end up in an earthy and shaman-like sound painting, but only occasionally in a more melodic compositions such as “Waiting for Siola” or the final track “Singing”. One way or the other, “Muze in de Storm” offers some well-composed and mixed instrumental music with its own characteristics and psychedelic impact.

At times I felt a connection with gamelan-music, but also “Rain Forest” by Robert Rich (“Akebono”) along some works by Mathias Grassow, Banabila & Saka and Indian / Eastern-flavored / World music, but most of the outcome enters some rather unique and non-electronic sonic territory.



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