It’s amazing what you can run across by accident.In the process of cleaning up some old mail, I came across a reference to the Dartmouth College Electro-Acoustic Music group. Idly looking there, I foundÂ MP3′s of a project in which “Triennale” (from Eno’s “The Shutov Assembly”) was reprocessed and reimagined by five students. The results are fascinating.Kyoko Kobayashi’s A Frog Named BrianÂ combines tree frogs, retuned bits of ambiance, and pure computerklangfarben into a completely new piece. Masaki Kubo’sÂ Eno DesukaÂ starts off with quiet time-travel quotes and veers off into happily detuned weirdness, sliding slowly back into the quiet.Â En-o-scope, by Steve Pierce, shows us a picture of the inside of the atoms making up the original piece – a tight, complex and gorgeous space. Bruno Ruviaro’sÂ Sal de FrutaÂ combines a wandering shivery fragility with ghosts of the original track, adding a spoken track that fits just right. The final version, sTEfan Tomic’sÂ one + 1.7×103, combines brittle indistrial hums with excerpts from the original received over a broken shortwave receiver.All highly recommended. Go get ‘emÂ now.