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Pockets Of Wheat


Electronic style

FLAC album size:

1882 mb

MP3 album size:

1957 mb

WMA album size:

1308 mb

Other music formats:



4.7 ✱


Abstract, Ambient

Date of release:


Celer - Pockets Of Wheat FLAC

Celer - Pockets Of Wheat FLAC


1 Pockets Of Wheat Parts I - VII 59:09

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – www.dualplover.com
  • Mastered At – Nordenstam Mastering
  • Printed By – Stumptown Printers


  • Cello, Violin, Voice, Piano, Tambourine, Sounds [Field Recordings, Processing] – Danielle Baquet-Long
  • Design [Sleeve Design], Photography [Cover] – Trym Asserson
  • Graphics – Erik Sand
  • Mastered By – Andreas Nordenstam
  • Piano, Tape, Sounds [Field Recordings, Processing, Iron Triangle Bell] – Will Long
  • Producer – Danielle Baquet-Long, Will Long


The album was recorded during a three day journey driving across the US from California to Mississippi, while the musician couple spent their days at a small hotel in Northern Texas. During these three days, they realized the concept of ‘Pockets of Wheat/Exteriors’, created illustrations for their intent of the music and penned down a library of notes and structures to use. Hence, made many field recordings and string recordings with equipment brought along, while other piano pieces were recorded later on an old, unused family piano.

From their room at the back of the hotel, they saw endless stretches of wheat fields. With open windows, the couple noticed the constant sound of the wheat blowing from the wind, an almost gentle, yet persistent, crackling and fuzz, but also changed constantly. Creating music in their original form, drawing on feelings of togetherness, intimacy, and the expansiveness surrounding them, with the ever-changing landscape, the concept of ‘Pockets of Wheat/Exteriors’ was perceived. With associations to the ghost of Algernon Blackwood’s The Willows, in entirety founded in nature, perceptions arose through constant interpretation of the sounds of nature; aggression, subtlety, intimacy, and distance.

Roughly five hours of recordings of cello, violin, piano, bells, crickets, and wind were then applied the idea of an ‘always changing but always the same’ idea to it. Splicing the recordings to about hundred 5-10 second tape loops, the loops were then played back from laptops and repeated in arbitrarily selected order by the two musicians without predetermined order. As such, the movements of the wheat in the fields by the winds were mimicked: always similar, but constantly changing.

The recording contains 7 movements, though they are strung together not to break the continuity. The several layers found within the recording are not always discernible, but are still there, just more subtle, as is the case with details in nature. Nature’s presence is also an imperative, though not the sole inspiration, but in the end the music of Celer in Pockets of Wheat expresses purely their feelings, identity and the atmosphere surrounding these moments, and in keeping with a continuous recording, captures the essence of what is heard in our daily lives, essentially one singular thing: sound

Recorded in January 2007 in Northern Texas.

Packaged in gatefold carton cover printed at Stumptown Printers with 3 photos.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: (A13519X012 7100163)
  • Other: SOUND002. c91005
  • Other (Manufacturer ): www.dualplover.com
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LR48
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9W23

This album is fantastic! A really rare case of beautiful music, which is, actually, not abstract, but minimalistic, melodic ambient/atmospheric and very musical (but still at the edge of abstraction)! Wonderful record, 'Pockets Of Wheat'!

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