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Lantern Recordings and Affiliated Groups was established in 1999 as part of an effort to consolidate and document a vibrant arts community taking hold in South Florida. Initially incorporating multiple disciplines, our effort acted as an umbrella group for contemporary dance, experimental theater, film and visual arts.



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Lantern Records
by Bill and John Storch
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A pulsating electronic music score written for The Demetrius Klein Dance Company in 1993, which has since become a staple in the Klein repertoire. "Halos In Reverse" has been performed in many cities throughout the United States over the past decade and continues to be a favorite. Divided into four parts, the piece incorporates text written by W.B. Yeats and St. Theresa of Avila.
Topics: electronic, spoken word, music for contemporary dance, electronic music score
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Incidental music written to accompany Bodyprints, a series of large innovative drawings by artist Terre Rybovich. This hour-long piece (the first installment in a three-part series) blends ambient drones, field recordings and electronic enhancements into an hypnotic melange of magic realism. To view Rybovich's work, you can visit www.terrerybovich.com
Topics: drone, field recordings, ambient, magic realism, sound art
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The second installment in a four part-series, Bodyprints II delves into a subterranean world of murky repetitions and grey exotica. Additive and subtractive in coloring, Bodyprints II is designed to compliment the drawings of artist, Terre Rybovich. Please visit www.terrerybovich.com to view Rybovich's work.
Topics: ambient electronica, drones
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A compilation of music written for choreographer Cherie Carson and for The Demetrius Klein Dance Co. Five tracks, including Ms.Carsons' award winning "Dress Of Eleven Yards". "Voices in a stew of mystical music, flavored with Eastern Spices, South American jubilation, Czechoslovakian vampires...this music is spirit glorified." Tricia Krull. OPUS
Topics: electronic, spoken word
Lantern Records
by Bill Storch, John Storch, and Terre Rybovich
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Bodyprints III begins in a playful, yet obscured direction with "Sketching quickly... not much more", a spoken word piece, read by Terre Rybovich. Culled from Ms. Rybovichs' memoirs, "Skecting quicky....." looses a sense of coherency, as it weaves into 'cut and paste' logic and ends up in an alternate location altogether: the supra - enhanced reality of the field recording "Walking". Bodyprints III closes with the arpeggiated blur-scape, "Harp".
Topics: Spoken word, field recording, dreamscape
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by Bill and John Storch
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The fourth and final installment in the Bodyprint series, Bodyprints IV opens and closes where the collaboration with Terre Rybovich began: Music written for a 2005 piece entitled Mis-steps Towards Enlightenment. The two lengthy and ethereal pieces were revived as bookends for the live production of Caught, performed at the Demetrius Klein Fall Festival in October 2006 with Terre Rybovich and musicians Ron DeSaram, Rob Scarafia and Andy McManus.
Topics: electronica, soundtrack, ambient
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Extremely cinematic in nature,"Discovering Zero" triggers mental images of flight. The sonic palette used varies from traditional orchestration to swirling electronic textures resulting in a well-blended, satisfying output of music. Produced by Dow Raku Productions, in conjunction with the Klein Dance Company in 2001.
Topics: electronic, orchestralesque, noise, music for performance art
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Whimsical and joyous excerpts from the children's musical and ballet, "Little Star,Little Island", produced by Dow Raku Projects and Artstage. For children of all ages.
Topics: Children's Music, orchestralesque, Children's Ballet Music, whimsical
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by Flighty
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God knows there is only one Flighty in this world and, fortunately for us, they are all freaked out! Not quite certain if this is music, musique concrete, or concrete. Whatever it is, Andy McManus and Marc Ward (a.k.a. Flighty) will certainly leave you All Freaked Out also.
Topics: user defined, strange, questionable
Lantern Records
by Bill and John Storch; David C.D. Gansz
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Cryptic, 'Incarnational' poetics "revealing the soul in its' matrix " by David C.D. Gansz, "Animadversions" is set inside an elegant tangle of drama, static and escalating noise. Read by the author. Three additional tracks are included: The intense, driven, 23-minute long "A Crash Somewhere Near The Middle" written for The Demetrius Klein Dance Co. in 1994 and two excerpts from "The Vanished People", commissioned by The Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival in...
Topics: experimental, spoken word, electronic, dark ambient, noise
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by Hillbilly Heart
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It's all on here: Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Harmonica, Slide, Dobro, Mandolin, Banjo, Bass, Spoons, Slap sticks, Shakers, Tambourines, Buzzers, Organ, Piano and Drums. Vocals, stories, vocals, stories, vocals and, oh yeah... more guitars. A regular ol' fashioned throw-down took place, with friends galore stopping by the Ward house to help make the HILLBILLY HEART CD what it is. Feeling good and a dose of humor was a must if you wanted to be on this record and that good feeling shines...
Topics: Hillbilly, Country, bluegrass, downhome
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by Bill and John Storch
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The 16-part "Forgotten Spaces" was commissioned by The Demetrius Klein Dance Co. in 1995. The 16 movements vary in mood, texture,intensity and density, making for a surprising and satisfying listening experience.
Topics: electronic, music for performance art, eclectic, atmospheric, noise
Lantern Records
by Wish Willee and the Velvet Ants
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Recorded on 4 track cassette, Wish Willee was born.... And one day on a branch Wish Willee met the Velvet Ants.
Topic: eclectic