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bowls

A fantastic 1,000 year musical art work utilising a score for Tibetan Singing Bowls is housed in a decommissioned London lighthouse. I first visited at the end/beginning of the last millennium, and pop my head in every couple of years.

I really wish the artist found a way to lodge a couple of examples far from human interference; solar powered in some remote desert and tide/current powered on a buoy in some remote ocean, so that in 987 years the piece might still be found playing.

You can download and learn about / be part of the listening experience.

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