Tintin Patrone is a German-Filipino composer and sound-artist based in Hamburg, Germany. Her minimal sound work and long duration performances are essentially shaped by her studies in microtonality and music making animals like the chanting huskies from Yukon Territory, Canada or the Thai Elephant Orchestra from Northern Thailand. Her debut solo album called ‘Oswald Wiener Dog' focus on tuning, intonation and harmonic modulation. The work moves gradually through a series of long, sustained tones played by trombone and various modulation devices.


Tintin Patrone recently toured Europe and Japan, her next tape release called “When you and your goat find bread” will be on “Stoffe” in April 2019.

yellow dog blues (since 2017)

music and video project


studies on the emotional impact of music mainly concerned with the principled relationship between form and function in evolved animal signals. The songs and improvisational pieces rely on the perceptual effects of controlled tones to re- calibrate the listener’s relationship to natural sound.



© Christina Köhler 2019