WHNZ:46:ATS909X by Przewalski's Horses. The Free Music Archive, a KitSplit company, offers free downloads under Creative Commons and other licenses.
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Przewalski's Horses (Aurélie Brouet & Constantin Dubois) produces a music deliberately wobbly and minimal, directly connected to its geographical surroundings. On sets without any predefined instrument, welcoming guitars as stones, they usually record in a particular place and on a particular instant, in a live way, whitout much cuts or overdubs.
Przewalski's horse, Equus przewalskii or Equus ferus przewalskii, also called the Mongolian wild horse or Dzungarian horse, is a rare and endangered horse native to the steppes of central Asia
Find the Safari Ltd Przewalski's Horse at MiniZoo. The Safari Ltd Przewalski's Horse features a reddish brown coat with the pangaré configuration, which is identified by a light coloured muzzle and underside, and dark brown mane, tail, and stockinged feet. Safari Ltd 153505 Przewalski's Horse - Released 2018. 1. 5 x . 9 (LWH).
About the Przewalski's Horse. Przewalski's horses are the last surviving subspecies of wild horse. Never again seen in the wild, Przewalski’s horses have since been kept and bred in captivity and have recently been reintroduced in Mongolia. With a short, muscular body, Przewalski’s horses are smaller than most domesticated horses.
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- Guitar, Bass, Shortwave Radio – Aurélie Brouet, Constantin Dubois Choulik*
NotesTrack 1 contains a sample of Dave Markey's 1991: The Year Punk Broke.
Track 2 contains a recording of LN & LT's clock, and a recording of Michael Snow's piece "Diagonale".
"I've got static in my head
the reflected sound of everything"
— Elliott Smith