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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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Reflections In A Cathedral

Early  Frequency Looping

New York 1976 Life gave me Trust - India gave me the foundation. Electronics the means. Reflection quietness. Jazz the freedom, Rock the guts. Those early recordings show progress and hiccups in my drone and repetitive keyboard skills !

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Petit Carre Bleu - The Divine, 7:20, a tube blows, the UN Peace Drum beat, then the organ recorded at WBAI FM, 1976

Reflections In A Cathedral, 3:23, a drone at the grand harmonium of St John The Divine, 1976

Frequency Looping, 15:22, riding the waves of sound in the resonant St John cathedral,  practicing finger articulations, 1976

Low Highs St John, 6:54, I bought a small tape recorder and captured the night sounds, 1976

Khaim Ariel, 21:37, majestic gliding flute by childhood friend Khaim, Ariel on harmonium, ST Julien du Sault, 1977


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