Wandering Memories (naviarhaiku545)
El Wud Experimental Ambient Project
by El Wud
1M ago
Inspired by the following haiku white petals on the stormy sea - floating memories Thanks to Naviar Records for the opportunity (https://www.naviarrecords.com/naviarhaiku545-white-petals/) Picture by Hans Isaacson ..read more
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A Veil Of Dark Cloud (naviarhaiku542)
El Wud Experimental Ambient Project
by El Wud
1M ago
Inspired by the following haiku by Raymond Cobley (https://soundcloud.com/ray_cobley) sudden dazzling glare the low sun briefly pierces a veil of dark cloud ..read more
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Shadows Of Silence (naviarhaiku532)
El Wud Experimental Ambient Project
by El Wud
4M ago
Inspired by the following haiku written by Hosai Ozaki: Wordless all day long the shadow of a butterfly https://www.naviarrecords.com/naviarhaiku532-wordless ..read more
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Laurieddhu
El Wud Experimental Ambient Project
by El Wud
6M ago
The Laurieddhu is a catty elf from Italian folklore. He never appears during the day. Very similar and corresponding figures to this spirit are also found in other Italian regions or in the tradition of the Irish Leprechaun ..read more
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Echoes Of Memory (naviarhaiku512)
El Wud Experimental Ambient Project
by El Wud
9M ago
Inspired by the following haiku written by Marco Sebastiano Alessi: Endless echo footsteps on an empty house once full of life Picture by Raya Mal https://unsplash.com/photos/closed-window-ggeI8TyPeZM ..read more
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The Painful Opening Of The Wings (naviarhaiku503)
El Wud Experimental Ambient Project
by El Wud
11M ago
Inspired by the following haiku written by Darren Bourne: Caterpillar Opens her new wings Metamorphosis You can find Darren’s music on Soundcloud (https://soundcloud.com/half-unusual) and Youtube, and check out his website to find out more about his publications and merchandise: https://www.halfunusual.com. Thanks to Naviar Records: https://www.naviarrecords.com/2023/08/23/naviarhaiku503-caterpillar ..read more
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Komorebi (feat. Rosmarino Baia)
El Wud Experimental Ambient Project
by El Wud
1y ago
The idea of ​​this track comes from listening to the track Un Momento 2 by Rosmarino Baia(https://soundcloud.com/rosmarinobaia). Komorebi (木漏れ日)in the Japanese language is the light that filters through the leaves of the trees, a brief but very intense moment that expresses a state of mind, a feeling that is elusive, like the rays of the sun filtering through the leaves trees in a forest or during an eclipse. A magical sensation, but at the same time also melancholic, which reminds us of the impermanence and constant changeability of all things.Thanks again to Rosmarino Baia for the collaborat ..read more
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In The Rays Of A Morning Star (naviarhaiku492)
El Wud Experimental Ambient Project
by El Wud
1y ago
Inspired by this haiku written by Santōka, a wandering poet and ascetic Zen priest, he was a disciple of Ogiwara Seisensui, one of the first poets to discard the traditional use of the 5-7-5 structure in haiku. Santōka’s poetry emphasizes the necessity of sabi (solitude) in order to achieve spiritual enlightenment and serenity. Early morning, One star remaining, It’s a good day too. Haiku by Santoka Taneda https://www.chzc.org/Nonin.htm Picture by freezydreamin https://unsplash.com/photos/SV3V-D1G2q4 For more information visit https://soundcloud.com/naviar-records ..read more
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Heterotopy
El Wud Experimental Ambient Project
by El Wud
1y ago
Heterotopy is a term coined by the French philosopher Michel Foucault to indicate "those spaces that have the particular characteristic of being connected to all the other spaces, but in such a way as to suspend, neutralize or invert the set of relations that they themselves designate, they reflect or mirror ». The mirror is, for example, heterotopic, we see ourselves where we are not, in an unreal space that opens virtually behind the surface but which, at the same time, is an absolutely real place, connected to all the space that surrounds it. Heterotopias are unsettling, because they secret ..read more
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Mantra For Falling Leaves (naviarhaiku453)
El Wud Experimental Ambient Project
by El Wud
2y ago
Inspired by this haiku: falling leaves deep in the forest I see a buddha A wandering poet and ascetic Zen priest, Santōka was a disciple of Ogiwara Seisensui, one of the first poets to discard the traditional use of the 5-7-5 structure in haiku. Haiku by Santoka Taneda https://www.chzc.org/Nonin.htm Picture by Evgeni Evgeniev https://unsplash.com/@evgenievgenief Naviar Records: https://soundcloud.com/naviar-records Thanks to Lamat for Aum Mantra used in this track (https://freesound.org/s/145785 ..read more
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