The music score of the film is composed and performed by William Zeitler. It is played on the so-called glass armonica. This instrument consists of a long cone of cilinders of glass put together. As it rotates on its long axis, the musician touches the different cilinders with slightly humid fingers, the glass starts to vibrate and produces a tone. The instrument was invented in 1761 by Benjamin Franklin.

The wonderful, soft, spacy tone of the instrument and the beautiful relaxing compositions from William Zeitler (album Music of the Spheres) make this the perfect music for this film.

Visit William Zeitler's website for more about his music and more information about the glass armonica. [website]

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