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Photon Sherpa

by Istvan Peter B'Racz

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Photon Sherpa 02:03:50
Seeing into darkness is clarity, Knowing how to yield is strength, Use your own light, and return to the source of light, this is called: practicing eternity -Lao Tzu


This is a mix (re-mix, really) of various tracks chosen from past quarry shows in Stony Creek by Projects for a New Millennium, headed by the late Joy Wulke.

I created this ambient 2 hour track for the new head, Jamie Burnett, and a small event he was giving via the organization in West Haven, CT.

The various tracks come from most of the mid to later shows, including "Continuum Marvels" (at the Bridgeport Science Museum), "Terra Lumina", "Terra Mirabila", and "Terra Tractus".

These shows were put on in the Stony Creek Pink Granite Quarry. These were large outdoor spectacles with lights, projections, lasers, dancers, acrobats, and the stories often fused art and science.

The idea for the current exhibit was "healing light", and besides the new-agey connotations, I looked further, and chose the somewhat campy title.
I may regret it later.

For more information on Projects for a New Millennium,
as well as truly spectacular photos by none other than
T. Charles Erickson,
please visit the site:



released October 27, 2018

Spoken Text: Tom Burnett (Loa Tzu)

Text: "Transverse Kink" and "Why Frogs Croak" spoken by Jamie Burnett

White Rabbit text sung by Jesai Jaymes
Arrangement of White Rabbit by Istvan B'Racz

Drones sung by the cast of "Continuum Marvels"

Vocal samples of "Ah" in falsetto by David Yearwood

Ritual flute/singing: Istvan B'Racz

Cello: An-Lin Bardin

Short Gregorian Chant snippet/sample from the album "Magyar Gregorianum: Christmas Chants from Hungary" led by Laszlo Dobszai

All other music was performed and recorded by Istvan B'Racz

Recorded and mixed in The Dungeon
Copyright ©2018: I.P.B'Racz, All Rights Reserved
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