The Earthling Project

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Felipe Perez Santiago is the SETI Composer-in-Residence and they have created THE EARTHLING PROJECT. Through the APP you can download through their website, people from more than 40 countries have sung lullabies, and songs about Love, Festive, Melancholy, Grief, Spiritual and Death. Felipe Perez Santiago then takes all that and used it to compose these songs – each about 2 minutes long.



World Debut (March 24, 2021) of THE EARTHLING PROJECT Compositions that are scheduled to be launched into space summer 2021, in the Search for Extra-Terrestial Intelligence



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Lullaby

Lullaby


Love

Love

Festive

Festive

Melancholy

Melancholy

Grief

Grief

Spiritual

Spiritual

Death

Death




These compositions will be sent to the moon on an encrypted nickel nano-disc and that subsequent collaborations will be recorded and used for future space missions in alliance with Arch Mission Foundation. The first is scheduled for launch and to land on the moon in summer 2021.

Lullaby will debut during the Celebration, and all of them will then be available on this website, right here.

Links:

SETI Institute

History of the SETI Institute

Earthling Project

Earthling Trailer

Felipe Perez Santiago Website

ARCH Mission Foundation

Other music by Felipe Perez Santiago

PostWar- Violin & Electronics (2001)- Violin-Konstantin Tchakarow (this guy actually showed me the Bulgarian piece that is on the Golden Record that we talked about)

Cicatrice- For Male Vocal Quartet & Electronics (2008)- Egidius Quartet

Red Antisocial- For Flute & Electronics (2011)- Flute- Alejandro Escuer

Ladrones- For MIDI Piano & Electronics (2003) (small tribute to Bach)

Pengamat Bulan- For Mixed Ensemble (2013)- Tamayo Ensemble

Suprarenal- For Mixed Ensemble (2012)- Onix EnsembleNeurocardiogénico- For Mixed Ensemble (2012)- Onix Ensemble

Spencer- For Mixed Ensemble (2018)- Vórtice Ensemble (my own ensemble that I conduct)

Glaub- For Cello & Electronics- Cello- Jeffrey Zeigler (Dedicated to Dr. Jill Tarter)

Chamber Music Reel

CampoSanto commissioned, played, and recorded by the Kronos Quartet