UK - South Shields - fog horn requiem played by brass band, ships horns, and Souter fog horn to thousands of people
The Souter fog horn joins in with a huge blast form it's Victorian horn, which makes the audience jump and smile. A REQUIEM FOR THE FOGHORN, PERFORMED BY SEVENTY FIVE BRASS PLAYERS, A FOGHORN AND AN ARMADA OF SHIPS
A project by Danish artist, Lise Autogena, in collaboration with Joshua Portway and composer Orlando Gough.
Ships horns from an armada of vessels off-shore, seventy five brass players on-shore and the Souter Lighthouse Foghorn performed a Foghorn Requiem, an ambitious musical performance to mark the disappearance of the sound of the foghorn from the UK's coastal landscape.
Conducted and controlled from a distance, ships at sea sounded their horns to a musical score, that will took into account landscape and the physical distance of sound. The performance took place by Souter Light House by South Shields, UK with thousands of spectators and more than 50 ships off-shore.