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Ariel Kalma is the kind of musician that collectors live their lives to find at the bottom of a dollar record bin, and the kind who fellow musicians hope to become. He is a composer who worked on the periphery of a fringe movement, whose early adherents have recently seen an explosion in popularity...

- Vivian Hua, redefinemag.com

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Unearthed Flutes

Uncanny sounds, unusual scales, infectious borderline polyrhythmic grooves, inspiration from far away cultures. With flutes and synthetic flute sounds…

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East Melody, 2:41, inspired by a trip to rural Japan and a Temple visit, 1992

Vla Bon Vent Flute, 2:49, Sirius plays the saz, I play a flute first, then doumbek and effects, 1984

Flutes Echoes, 2:08, lots of loops and delays, 1982

New Japan Flute Drum, 3:37, After a trip to Japan this melody floated on my ESQ1 synth.  1987

Combosin, 8:21, Roland JW50 was my first workstation, I loved composing on it, 1987

Chant De Poete, 3:15, ‘The  poet and his love song’’… Recorded live in concert, 2018

A Calling Flute, 4:13, Originally for ‘My Sax My Love’ here is a version with … flutes…  1983

Flute A Coeur Battant, 4:39, made on the Akai 1212 multitrack for a meditation, 1989

Eastern Flute, 3:19, ESQ1 synth, JW50 workstation and live low congas, 1986

Melancholy Memory, 2:58, a simple romantic reminiscence of a forgotten past, 1984