The Orchestrion Project, a film by Pierre and François Lamoureux, features jazz guitarist Pat Metheny and an assemblage of specifically designed instruments, all controlled by Metheny's guitar.
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Enjoy tracks from across Metheny’s prolific career, dating back to his solo album.
Witness a unique collaboration between a master guitarist and his mechanically controlled mini-orchestra.
Four bonus tracks and more than an hour of additional material.
Filmed by Grammy® and Emmy® Award–winning directors Pierre and François Lamoureux over a two-day period in November 2010 at the former St. Elias Church in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, The Orchestrion Project showcases Metheny single-handedly operating this symphony of instruments in a remarkable treat for the senses.
The focus of the performance is the "Orchestrion Suite," a work written specifically for this combination and debuted on Metheny’s Orchestrion album released earlier in 2010.
Hear and watch several pianos, drum kits, marimbas, "guitar-bots," dozens of percussion instruments, and even cabinets of carefully tuned bottles as Metheny brings this contraption to life
80/81 – Broadway Blues
Tell Her You Saw Me
The Making of The Orchestrion Project
Original electronic press kit
Studio Session: “Orchestrion”
Studio Session: “Expansion”
Home Theater Setup Guide
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