|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Two Stories In One||14||Audio||1994-01-07||Natural Symphonies|
Bronze Age Irish Horns have been recovered from many parts of Ireland. Dating from approximately 1000 to 800 B.C., their casting and design represent one of the high points of Bronze Age craftsmanship and technology. Although Bronze Age horns have been in museum collections since at least 1750, it's only recently that the method of playing them has been rediscovered.
In 1988 Simon O'Dwyer dicovered that Bronze Age Irish Horns can be played with the same techniques used to play the Australian Aboriginal didgeridoo.
The members of Reconciliation are Irish musicians Simon O'Dwyer and Maria Cullen on Bronze Age Irish Horn and percussion respectively and Australians Alan Dargin and Phillip Conyngham on didgeridoo.