Quebec AM | Feb 1, 2013 | 2:05

Sauerkraut Synthesizer

Ontario-based sound artist Gordon Monahan is in Quebec City for the Mois Multi festival. He tells CBC's Julia Caron about how his cabaret audio performance "Sauerkraut Synthesizer" came about.

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