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‘Ocean Memories’: Greenpeace presents the world’s most northerly ice music concert

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How to create the world’s most organic concert: find a spot on a glacier, further north than anyone has performed like this before. Find enough chunks of ice to carve a cello, ice percussion, horns and chimes. At dawn, play “Ocean Memories”. And when you’re done, leave the instruments back where they came from – the sea.

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Ice instrument quartet plays ‘Ocean Memories’ music concert on an ice floe in Svalbard, the Arctic
78°23.1 N
016°57.1 E

‘Ocean Memories’
Idea and concept by Terje Isungset.
Music by Terje Isungset
Ice carving by Bill Covitz
Thanks to All Ice Record, Norway
Iceofone and ice horn: Terje Isungset
Ice cello: Åshild Brunvoll
Ice percussion: Maria Dahlin
Ice horn: Andreas Andreas Hesselberg Hatzikiriakidis

Greenpeace 2019

Post Series: Arctic
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