Archive for December, 2007

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Saturday, December 22nd, 2007

tePoztMéxLániCo (part 1)

Images from Tepoztlán and D.F. México:
Roxana Bentes
Henrik Jespersen
Music:
Jimi Dony: Drums
Ko de Regt: Obukano
Nacho Maldovado: Sax
Carlos Walraven: Sound Engineer
Guillaume Pouget: Congas, Cayon
Henrik Jespersen: Sax, Flauto Dulce
Production:
HawkStudio
2007
Categories: 05 Tributo a Tépoztlán
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Friday, December 21st, 2007

Amate

The Sound of Maíz transformed
and mixed
with a the sound from a Ribab (Arab Violin)
played by Henrik Jespersen.
Video:
Camera, Cut and Move by Henrik Jespersen.
Production:
HawkStudio
2005
tory is:
I LOVE THE SOUND OF MAÍS.
So behind the top of a mountain almost 2000 km nearer to God, I knew a little cornfield.
I had visited the field, when I first arrived México.
I liked the idea to come back and record the sound.
A month later I returned and what I saw,
was an almost empty field……and a little fat donkey.
So this was what I got.

Madrugada sobre la Montaña de Huehuecoyotl

Friday, December 21st, 2007

Madrugada sobre la montana de Hue Hue Coytl

Ko de Regt:
Obukano bass lyre from Kenya

Henrik Jespersen:
Sax Soprano Electro Acoustic and Flauto Dulce Alto

Fables – Music

Friday, December 21st, 2007

Steen Rahbaek Nielsen: Guitars
Henrik Jespersen: Sax Soprano Electro Acoustic

Rythmical improvisational music…
…with A Touch Of Nordic Beauty

Poetry in DF – Video 1

Monday, December 17th, 2007

Poetry in México City (part 1/3)

Poetry:
Andrés King Cobos
Music:
Zinaparo, México 1992
Camera,Cut and Move:
Henrik Jespersen
Production:
HawkStudio 2005
Categories: 06 Poesía de México
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Poetry in DF – Video 3

Monday, December 17th, 2007

Poetry in México City (part 3/3)