Obscurities

Obscurities CoverAfter some fine-tuning of the music from the ‘10 Weeks : 10 Sounds‘ project, I have compiled it into an album that is now ready to download from Bandcamp.

The music is embedded on the right-hand side of this site, so you can listen to most of the tracks before downloading for a very reasonable price. In addition to the music I have already featured on this site, the final album includes another 16 pieces of music that were recorded at the same time, but not released (these do NOT appear in the track list shown, but are included as bonus tracks in the final download).

The whole album has a Creative Commons (BY-CC) licence, which means you can freely share it, use it in podcasts, films or online projects, just so long as you credit it to Mick Bordet and include a link to this website in whatever you produce.

In addition to the music, the download contains a full-colour pdf booklet that describes each track along with photographs of all the instruments, and a pdf file of a novella that accompanies the music.

The novella (also called “Obscurities”) introduces a character from a forthcoming book, who discovers a box full of instruments and learns the story behind each one: a story that forms her own personal history and leads her to learn about her ancestors and herself. Yes, each of the instruments she finds is one of those used in the album and each has a very different tale to tell.

ObscuritiesBookThe eBook is also available at Smashwords in formats for all the usual eReaders.

As if that wasn’t enough, the story will also be appearing in audio podcast form over the next few weeks at Every Photo Tells…
The audio version of the story includes snippets of music from the album, so is also a good way to hear some of the music and immerse yourself in the story at the same time.

4 thoughts on “Obscurities

  1. Thank you, Marie!

  2. Marie Krieger

    Beautiful music, bravo!

  3. Bravo Mick! Thank you for sharing.

  4. I had never expected that challenging you to use all those quirky instruments you got would get so out of hand… 😀 In a good way.

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