It’s an exciting day for this flute looper, a moment I’ve been working towards for many months now. I begin the first of three new recording projects which will have me digging into completely new territory and collaborating with people I greatly admire. We’re combining: two of my favourite instruments (a gorgeous Gemeinhardt Musical Instruments effected alto flute and omnichord), my favourite poem (“The Invitation” by Canadian author, Oriah Mountain Dreamer), one seriously inspiring yoga instructor (Jenn King of Moksha Yoga Halifax) and one of our favourite practices, Yin Yoga.
A taste of our audio-visual project, HOMELESS. It was an honour to perform effected/looped flute/backup vocals on this. We look forward to performing this lots more and recording/releasing a soundtrack for it in 2018! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z71Dx8GNTH8
It’s time to share a new release, meditation album, SUNSET SUNRISE – now streaming on Bandcamp!
It seems super fitting that I would watch this sunrise of Signal Hill as I began producing/composing/recording a new album as part of the RPM Challenge. What’s the RPM Challenge you ask? It’s a challenge to write and record an entire album of original music within the shortest month of the year.
Thanks to The Overcast for this Q&A about my involvement in the live score for Ingrid Veninger’s HE HATED PIGEONS, which will be screened on Sat Oct 24 in LSPU Hall for the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival. http://theovercast.ca/rozalind-macphail-to-live-score-a-film-during-this-years-sji-womens-film-festival/