What is the sound of one hand clapping? We may never know. What does the Eiffel Tower sound like? Hah! There’s an answer to that one.
Never one to shy away from a compositional challenge, Joseph Bertolozzi undertook what became a twelve-year odyssey to sample and write music using only the sounds of the Eiffel Tower. Without the aid of supplemental instruments or effects, he worked with the raw surfaces of this architectural landmark.
 A Thousand Feet of Sound / Trois cents mètres de son (5:11)
 The Harp That Pierced the Sky / La harpe qui a percé le ciel (3:11)
 Continuum / Continuum (3:19)
 Prelude / Prélude (0:49)
 Ironworks / Ferronnerie (4:05)
 The Elephant on the Tower / L’éléphant sur la Tour (3:29)
 Glass Floor Rhythms /Rythmes sur le parterre vitré (2:45)
 Evening Harmonies / Harmonies du Soir (4:31)
 Tower Music / Musique de la Tour (10:53)
 BONUS TRACK: Audio Tour of Eiffel Tower (11:25) TOTAL: 49:41