Rhine Harp: a harpsichord wire is strung and tuned on a slightly bowed wooden stick. The flowing water causes the string to vibrate. This is made audible and recorded through a contact microphone placed on the stick.
Leaf Harp: strings are strung and tuned on branches found in the forest. Leaves of small plants play the constructed “instrument” as they move in the wind. A contact microphone records their dance, making it audible.
Various spring sonic atmospheres with bird calls and the hustle and bustle of busy insects in springtime around Rheinau.