ESC​.​-​3000 Years

by ESC.

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‘3,000 Years’ is the first track in history created using a rhythm extracted from inside a Lebanese cedar tree.

Composed by Beirut-based DJ ESC (Ribal Rayess), the track is the focal point of the ‘Save the Music’ campaign for cedar conservation in Lebanon.

The Lebanese Ministry of Environment, in co-operation with the Ministry of Education, has found an innovative way to give the cedar a voice for conservation.

With the help of bioacoustic engineer, Derek Shirley and his team, we were able to extract the nearly 3,000-year-old rhythm, playing inside a cedar in the Barouk Forest.

The rhythm was handed over to popular, Beirut-based DJ ESC who, in collaboration with Jad Jazzy Jay (Jade Hazim), used the raw sounds to compose a House track.

By downloading this track, you’re not only acting to save our cedars, you’re buying a song that’s been playing for three thousand years.

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released 30 April 2014

3,000 Years (Save the Music), Composed & Remixed by DJ / producer ESC. Vocalist: Marlene Jaber

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