In 2006, the C3R released Jesse Stewart’s first solo recording, Music For Found Objects. As the title suggests, the recording features Stewart coaxing sounds, often unexpected—even magical—sounds, from a variety of found objects: wooden salad bowls, a steel bowl, electrical conduit, stones, canoe paddles, a seashell, saw blade, stones, and more.
Writing in Musicworks magazine, Randy Raine-Reusch writes that Music for Found Objects “quietly opens the door for us to a limitless world of delicate sonic beauty.”
“Highly recommended ear-cleansing” writes Massimo Ricci in Touching Extremes.
“An endlessly fascinating exploration of sound” says Vish Khanna in Exclaim!.
“This is a great work” declares Frans de Waard of the Netherlands in Vital Weekly.
A limited number of copies of Music For Found Objects are still available from C3R.com in the Links section.