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Latest Release:

Digital Download available from BandCamp
Coltrane Dedication
 … yn yr Amgueddfa
 … at the museum
Digital Download available from BandCamp

CD available here: £10 plus £1.35 p&p

Recorded live at Ceredigion Museum, Aberystwyth on 28th September 2019
For detailed information please go to www.coltranededication.co.uk

A few composition samples:

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5 months ago

Lyndon Owen Music
I popped over to Aberystwyth last Sunday morning. I nearly always take the breathtaking mountain road from Pontarfynach via Cwmystwyth to Rhayader. As its a regular journey I stop at the point where Ystwyth joins the road, just below its source, which also marks the border between Powys and Ceredigion, just to wash my hands, catch a glimpse of the valley, or say "ffarwel". This time I had my gaita in the car so I stood in Ystwyth. Me, the sheep, the sound of the water, a slight mist, a bit of wind and occasional birdsong and played "Ffarwell i Aberystwyth".Serendipity - after the first note there suddenly appeared a huge veteran car cruise honking, cheering, singing and growling their exhausts at me. A genuine moment of loveliness - some guy standing in a stream blowing some tune and making fifty or more people happy for a few minutes! At times, you just need to do something, and the rest follows on. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Lyndon Owen Music
I popped over to Aberystwyth last Sunday morning. I nearly always take the breath-taking mountain road from Pontarfynach via Cwmystwyth to Rhayader. As its a regular journey I stop at the point where Ystwyth joins the road, just below its source, which also marks the border between Powys and Ceredigion, just to wash my hands, catch a glimpse of the valley, or say "ffarwel". This time I had my gaita in the car so I stood in Ystwyth. Me, the sheep, the sound of the water, a slight mist, a bit of wind and occasional birdsong and played "Ffarwell i Aberystwyth".Serendipity - after the first note there suddenly appeared a huge veteran car cruise honking, cheering, singing and growling their exhausts at me. A genuine moment of loveliness - some guy standing in a stream blowing some tune and making fifty or more people happy for a few minutes! At times, you just need to do something, and the rest follows on. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

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6 months ago

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Great to be playing in EIRA/Snow again ... See MoreSee Less
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9 months ago

Lyndon Owen Music
I guess its a lockdown thing but I've been working on a lot of compositions lately using a whole new lot of sounds courtesy of trialling a lot of DAWs (it doesn't matter - computer stuff)The interesting thing is that I've been looking at soundscapes and particularly the music of Toru Takemitsu who sound tracked one of my all time favourite films "Woman in the Dunes" (Oi, Thaddeus Kelly, you still got my VHS version I bought at the National Theatre - no problems, keep it; technologies moved on) . Hey, if you ever want a fun evening involving minimalist music and claustrophobic new wave Japanese cinema this is the go to film ... See MoreSee Less
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10 months ago

Lyndon Owen Music
I've written a new blog detailing the first gig for a year for Coltrane Dedication and the chops and changes Covid's having on the event alreadylyndonowen.cymru/the-coltrane-dedication-and-the-covid-coincidence-2021/ ... See MoreSee Less
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1 years ago

Lyndon Owen Music
Latest post going into more detail about the writing and performance process for last Wednesday's experimental music night at the Queens Head. If you want to be updated with these meanderings please subscribe to my website (form at the bottom of the page) ... See MoreSee Less
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4 thoughts on “Home

    1. Lyndon Owen says:

      Thanks Dan
      Looking forward to working together in October

      Reply
    1. Lyndon Owen says:

      Thanks Joss
      Its been a VERY long time since you’ve heard me play. I’ll let you know when I’m next around

      Reply

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