Sarah Jane Hargis - Sarabande Sarah Jane Hargis - Syrinx Sarah Jane Hargis - Cyan Motion Sarah Jane Hargis - Bellow Sarah Jane Hargis - Indigo Waters Sarah Jane Hargis - Meditation I Sarah Jane Hargis - Pistachio Sarah Jane Hargis - Somewhere over the Rainbow Full Story. The Townsend Congress Ave. Austin, TX. Gallery View Album. View Album. More from gallery.
Get connected. What do you all think?!?! Cyan Motion. Indigo Waters. Meditation I. Somewhere over the Rainbow. Meditation II. Downloads are available as MP files. Album Notes. I do my to recreate what a Baroque Hall might sound like with Reverb and Delay pedals.
Then, I combine Distortion and Baroque notes. SO much fun! His use of multi-layered tape delay inspired me to write my own version of Syrinx using Earthquaker Devices' Delay and Modulations pedals. There is such a thick story Debussy was trying to tell with this piece and I this is my expression of what it might sound like to deepen the story. Pan cannot find her, so he cuts through all of the reeds which ultimately leads her to death. After searching and searching, Pan crafts his first set of pan pipes with the water reeds and plays of his sadness.
And we all know now the reeds are Syrinx. Cyan is my favorite color and I just wanted to write a song about how it makes me feel and hopefully others will understand a bit of the beauty in the color Cyan. I was playing around with Delay pedals and moving them with my foot. I so makes me giggle! Bellow, written by Sarah Jane Hargis: This piece was completely improvised and performed on the spot in the studio.
We only started with a name and definition and then, I played… Bellow definition, to emit a hollow, loud, animal cry. You have every right to come up with whatever story you want to put in what you hear.
We actually came up with a very interesting story after listening to it for the first time. Then, a monster surfaces from the deep In the beginning my intention is to set a picture of tall mountains covered in mist and echoes yes, actual echoes of flute with Delay pedals setting a Native American tone.
The Bass Flute starts a loop which continues throughout the piece to represent the hard working coal miner chipping away and the constant motion of coal providing electricity throughout the United States. There is some wild improvisation and cries of the flute, expressing the manic experiences of those mountains and sadness that I see in many of the people. I've even created explosions with my pedals to represent the strip-mining that echoes throughout the mountains. And ends with a reprise of the beginning tinted with Distortion to the end.
These are my interpretation of what it a meditation might be like expressed through music.Sarah Jane Hargis Saving the Queen Album Review. November 1, The Flute View 0 Comments Sarah Jane Hargis, Saving the Queen. Sarah Jane Hargis has always interested me as a flutist ever since I saw her perform with pedals at the. Read more. Articles August Featured.