jason hissong - primitive forms of communication
celestial thoughts set in motion


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I created this site to share my music and a little bit about me. I hope that you enjoy my music as much as I enjoyed creating it. Please feel free to download and distribute my music as much as you want. If you are interested in using my music for commercial use, please contact me. If you remix any of my songs, let me know! I would love to hear it.

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20.01.2006 I just found out that my email address is not working at this domain. If I have not replied, or you got an error returned when emailing me, use this address: jhisson1@columbus.rr.com
10.12.2005 I finalized a new song called Trapezium. The song is inspired by looking through a telescope at the little grouping of stars in the heart of the Orion Nebula.
26.04.2005 I recently read a book called The Perfect Machine about the building of the Mt. Palomar Observatory. It was an excellent account of the engineering that went into building the observatory. My song by the same name was inspired by this book. I wanted to capture the technical nature of engineering but also illustrate the elegance and art of implementation.

The engineering "theme" develops early during the establishment of the song. It then breaks into an artistic melody with the technical line placed firmly underneath. The transition hopes to illustrate the balance between art and engineering.

I hope you enjoy it!

26.03.2005 I have added a new song called Creation 1. My wife and I had an opportunity to rent a cabin and get away for a few days. I brought along my laptop and did some composing. This song was a result of this. I have attempted to capture the wonder and beauty of creation.

 

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