Today, after some considerations, Rodrigo decided he should only complete one of the sailcloth screens. Beyond the eminence of falling dead had he not chosen to do so, we discovered that all the material accumulated in only one of the screens will suffice to fill up the whole place with sound.
Ricardo Correia from the band Fado Funcho knocked on our door when it was late evening already, armed his bass ukulele. A bass ukulele is really what it says it is: a ukulele but fatter than usual and with the 4 strings tuned on the same notes as those of double basses. Ricardo navigated nicely though fragments and ended up basing himself on the relations between concepts of monotony, periodicity, complexity and chaos, promptly pulling up a musical structure which represented the diagram.
Finally, Helena B. Camacho shuffled through a number of songs and tongue-twisters, based on the numbers from 1 to 10, having covered from Fernando Pessoa to the best of Madeira's Children's Song Festival.
Again, more interested tourists were curiously appearing at PIPINOIR's door. We truly enjoy discovering other's discoveries.
Photographs by Rui A. Camacho