Artist Jeremy LeClair, of Various Artists Records, had these beautiful glass resonating phonograph horns made for him by glass artist Joe Forestall and now he can acoustically play to two different parts of a record at the same time!
Who You Are was a performance by Chris Goode which took place inside Mirislov Balka's installation How It Is in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern. The piece uses spoken word and recroded sounds and can be downloaded as a podcast.
Here is a direct link to the mp3
Peter Aidu plays Steve Reich's "Piano Phase" (scored for two pianos) with his left hand on one instrument and the right hand on the second.
"In 2003, Berlin-based sound artist Christina Kubisch began an ongoing project called “Electrical Walks.” This project employs specially built headphones that receive electromagnetic signals from the environment and convert them into sound. Kubisch maps a given territory, noting “hot spots” (ATM machines, security systems, electronic cash registers, subway systems, etc.) where the signals are particularly strong or interesting. She then loans the headphones to the public, allowing participants to undertake an auditory dérive through the invisible network of electromagnetic information."
Real Audio Samples:
A juggling interpretation of Clapping Music