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Poetry-into-Sound

A new haiku piece by Mike J Dayton

Another track from the same poetry-into-sound series that yielded Saturday’s Downstream entry (Vernal Drone” by Larry Johnson): Mike J Dayton’s “The Crumbling Ice Temple” takes as its subject a haiku, part of the Naviar Haiku Project. The poem is by Kristjaan Panneman. Dayton’s rendering is all gentle clatter and echoing resonance.

Deep Silence

In this ancient Buddhist Temple

Chanting Monks

Track originally posted for free download at soundcloud.com/mike-88. More on the Naviar Haiku Project at naviarlab.tumblr.com. It’s a project of Naviar Records, which is based in London and at naviarrecords.com, twitter.com/NaviarRecords, and facebook.com/naviarrec.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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