"Nova Anglia, Terra Nova" (which means "New England, New Land" for folks who
aren't fluent in Latin) is a journey from places well-known to those new and
not-so-well-known; a harmonic and melodic journey to engage our senses of
old and new, strange and familiar.
This piece was recorded live on June 9, 2007, as a live net radio performance
on StillStream.com's "Blue Water Drift Dive" program. During the concert,
the artist (Dennis Moser) used a Godin xtSA guitar, a Roland GR-1 guitar
synthesizer driving software synths in Apple's Garage Band, an Ebow, a
cluster of three Lexicon Vortex audio morphing processors, a Lexicon MX200,
and a pair of Boss DD-20 GigaDelay pedals to produce this single take
November 03, 2010 - Dennis Moser
Kelda, I swear...no digeridoos were harmed in the performance of this work (see liner notes above!)...I just abused my Godin xtSA guitar...
November 03, 2010 - Kelda
This music with its strong didgeridoo undertones reaches out and reverberates my inner fibre, gentle and soothing I reach my iced zone with ease. The new land could probably be Australia.