Nearly Human (heidelbergensis mix)

Charles Robert Sanderson - percussion, voice & keyboard

 

 

 

 

The Names of the Hare

Charles Robert Sanderson - voice & guitar

 

 

 

Dust and Ancient Light

Charles Robert Sanderson - voice & field recordings

 

 

 

 

Stonehenge

Charles Robert Sanderson - carnyx samples

 

This Sacred Plot (This Rhubarb Republic)

Charles Robert Sanderson - field recordings, junk button accordian & voice

 

 

 

No Jubilee

Charles Robert Sanderson - shellac samples & voice

 

 

 

Bard Hill

Charles Robert Sanderson - shellac samples and voice.

 

A videopoem about a wartime accident in Norfolk.

 

 

 

Picardy Express

Charles Robert Sanderson - guitar & voice

 

A locomotive meditation on war and tourism.

 

 

 

 

Our Fathers Dug For Coal

Charles Robert Sanderson - gramophonics, ukulele & keyboard

 

We used to be an industrial nation, and our fathers dug for coal.

 

 

 

Fylingdales

Charles Robert Sanderson - radio samples

 

A video about the North Yorkshire moors and the Cold War.

 

 

 

 

Germania

Charles Robert Sanderson - voice, keyboard & samples

 

 

 

Rock a Nore

Charles Robert Sanderson - junk instruments and field recordings (Old Town Shanty Singers)

 

 

 

At last, to a ledge...

Charles Robert Sanderson - field recordings & voice

 

 

 

Farne Archipelago

Farne Archipelago by Eshman

The Farne Islands, just a few miles off the Northumberland coast, have long been a destination for hermitage and pilgrimage. Saint Cuthbert, who preferred the company of birds and donkeys to that of humans, had a little cell on Inner Farne in the seventh century, but now the only pilgrims are those intent on photographing the bird life - the arctic tern in particular is a popular attraction, as are the shags and puffins, and it's often impossible to move for birders and twitchers with their ridiculously large equipment.

The first part of this piece is an incantation naming the various seabirds sampled from an old bird identification LP , the second part is a jig performed by Saint Cuthbert whilst being attacked by arctic terns, and the final part is an arctic tern beatbox.

 

 

 

sterna paradisea

Charles Robert Sanderson - field recordings & samples