Oreledigneur is a new project by Giuseppe Ielasi, Renato Rinaldi and Alessandro Bosetti, focused on improvisation using various sound sources, from home-built small electric devices to found or natural materials/objects. In this case, the pieces are taken from different, but always very informal, sessions recorded directly to Dat with a stereo condenser microphone. No editing or processing. Side 1 (2 pieces, 19min.) Ielasi/Rinaldi duo, recorded in Ritas kitchen, July 17th 1999. Contact microphones, little electric devices, modified cd players through tiny car speakers, small objects. Side 2 (4 pieces, 19 min.) The first piece is a Bosetti/Rinaldi duo, recorded near the Tagliamento river (open air), August 1999. A long metal pipe with a microphone inside, played with stones and wood. The remaining music was recorded by the trio in Alessandros kitchen, October 1999, with piano strings and household objects. In Friuli (in the north-east of Italy) Oreledigneur means hares ears". This release is co-produced by Fringes (Italy) and Fusetron, and comes in an edition of 300 copies. Direct Metal Mastering, quality pressing, cardboard covers with printed handmade paper"-Fringes. Last few copies of this 1999 release.