improvisation recorded on July 18, 1999. a
Eighteen-string guitar was connected by line and by two microphones wheel to a mackie mixing table and then directly to the cds digital recorder.
Vítor Rua (b. July 23, 1961, Mesão Frio, Portugal) is a Portuguese multi-instrumentalist, whose main instrument is the guitar. He was one of the founders of pop-rock group GNR, which he later abandoned to pursue a more experimental approach to music. With Jorge Lima Barreto he founded the group Telectu, an avantgarde free jazz duo.
He has played and recorded with several artists, including Louis Sclavis, Marco Franco, Chris Cutler, Elliott Sharp, Jac Berrocal, Carlos Zíngaro, Jean Sarbib, Evan Parker, Paul Lytton, Eddie Prévost, Sunny Murray, Ikue Mori, Paul Rutherford, Daniel Kientzy, among others.