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Hidden Orchestra - Dawn Chorus album mp3

  • Performer: Hidden Orchestra
  • Genre: Electronic / Jazz
  • Title: Dawn Chorus
  • Released: 2017
  • Style: Downtempo, Future Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Experimental
  • Country: UK & Europe
  • MP3 version size: 1183 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1263 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 740


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Hidden Orchestra - Dawn Chorus album launch. Roll call - members attending.

Hidden Orchestra’s 'Dawn Chorus Remixes' follows the illuminating ‘Dawn Chorus’ album; reworking producer and composer Joe Acheson’s latest album of immersive field recordings and expansive soundscapes into an journey through electronica, deep house and ambient psychedelia. Fronted by Wingbeats (Max Cooper Remix), ‘Dawn Chorus Remixes’ features reworkings from Max Cooper, Matthew Herbert, Throwing Snow, The Physics House Band, Nuage, Floex, Nostalgia 77, Wrongtom and Skalpel

Dawn Chorus by Hidden Orchestra, released 16 June 2017 1. First Light 2. Western Isles 3. Still 4. The Lizard 5. Long Orchard 6. Alyth 7. Wingbeats 8. Serpentine 9. Stone 10. East London Street You could just listen to that forevermore, couldn’t you?  . Each track on the album is set to a different one of Acheson’s dawn chorus recordings, these magical snippets of nature providing effects both percussive and melodic, and sparking evocative journeys. Album opener First Light features the first ever full dawn chorus that Acheson recorded, on a 5am walk in December 2009 amid a blanket of crisp snow

Album · 2018 · 10 Songs. East London Street (Hidden Orchestra Remix). 6. Stone (Matthew Herbert's Spring Dub). 7. The Lizard (Skalpel Remix).

Dawn Chorus ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Cle). Dawn Chorus ‎(CD, Album). Dawn Chorus ‎(CD, Album, Promo).

Dawn Chorus Remixes album comes out this Friday, 26th January! feat.


A1 First Light 3:39
A2 Western Isles 6:13
A3 Still 6:55
B1 The Lizard 5:51
B2 Long Orchard 4:56
B3 Alyth 6:32
C1 Wingbeats 11:59
C2 Serpentine 1:16
D1 Stone 6:08
D2 East London Street 11:13


  • Cello – Su-a Lee
  • Clarinet – Floex
  • Featuring – Jamie Graham, Poppy Ackroyd, Tim Lane
  • Harp – Mary MacMaster
  • Written By, Producer, Composed By, Recorder, Electronics, Sounds – Joe Acheson


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  • Barcode (Scanned (Stickered)): 5060205158505
  • Barcode (Printed (Stickered)): 5 060205 158505
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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TRUCD343 Hidden Orchestra Dawn Chorus ‎(CD, Album) Tru Thoughts TRUCD343 UK & Europe 2017
TRULP343 Hidden Orchestra Dawn Chorus ‎(2xLP, Album) Tru Thoughts TRULP343 UK & Europe 2017
TRUCD343 Hidden Orchestra Dawn Chorus ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Tru Thoughts TRUCD343 UK & Europe 2017
none Hidden Orchestra Dawn Chorus ‎(10xFile, FLAC, Album, 24-) Tru Thoughts none UK & Europe 2017
TRULP343, TRU345, TRUCD343 Hidden Orchestra Dawn Chorus ‎(2xLP, Ult + 10", Album + CD, Album + Ltd) Tru Thoughts, Tru Thoughts, Tru Thoughts TRULP343, TRU345, TRUCD343 Europe 2017



Jan Jan
I loved night walks then came archipelago fantastic album now this dawn chorus sounds amazing cinematic orchestra fans we surely like this to worth checking out guys lovely electronic sounds & flute loops in wild winds sounds 5/5
Xanzay Xanzay
Anyone else have a recurring crackle in the first 2 tracks of Side A? It's not just a "dust" noise, it's longer.
Enalonasa Enalonasa
I think it’s artificial. In an interview Joe stated that he added this for musical/artistic/nostalgic reasons. There is also a piano piece played on his grandmothers piano; I think it’s on the same side.