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Institute for Danish Sound Archeology

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Recorded by Danish artists in 1848, this is the first release of a phantom song that was sleeping in the collection of the National Museum of Art in Copenhagen.The following is an explanation by the label. Includes DL code and booklet. The story of Linien II's sound experiment was told in 1948 by a handful of young, idealistic and self-revealing stupid Danish artists Richard Winther, Hans “Bamse” Kragh-Jacobsen, Niels Macholm, Ib Geertsen and others. , A detour that invented its own concrete art of sound, about the same time that radio engineer and composer Pierre Schaeffer worked on the development of Musique Concrète in Paris-- Schaeffer's first groundbreaking musique concrète, "Cinq études de bruits," was even released to the public in Copenhagen before it premiered on French radio.In this release, five experiments in different ways of expressing the artist's attempt to find new solutions by replacing a series of formal aesthetic concerns related to Gutai Art with the medium of sound. Gutai sound works are introduced.So far, there are only two sets of works copied to the original record of the fragile lacquer board, both of which are trapped deep in the museum's archive, so it is a story that has never been told before.This time, the Danish Institute of Acoustic Archeology released it on LP about 5 years after recording, and finally it became possible to listen to the historical sound source.With this release, a comprehensive art history textbook has been created.This release was made possible with the support and cooperation of the artist's heirs, in collaboration with the National Museum of Art in Copenhagen and the Jorn Museum of Art. ...
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As the title suggests, the Institute for Danish Sound Archeology, a label specializing in recurrence in Denmark, compiled from songs submitted to the Danish amateur music contest from 1959 to 1976, reissued on a 180g heavy board.There are a lot of songs with a high degree of freedom, and even if you listen to them now, they are fresh and fresh.Comes with a 12-page booklet that gives a glimpse of the Danish scene at the time.Click here to see more Institute for Danish Sound Archeology ...
¥2,728

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Knud Viktor, a photographer / painter / videographer from Copenhagen who passed away in 2013, reissued a song produced at the request of French radio station France Musique in 1977 by the Institute for Danish Sound Archaeology, a label specializing in recurrence in the country.From the sound of Suikinkutsu to the sounds of birds and insects, it is a refreshing piece that you can enjoy as ASMR. Includes DL code and 24-page photo book. 180g weight board.Click here to see more Institute for Danish Sound ...
¥2,920

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Knud Viktor, a photographer / painter / videographer from Copenhagen who passed away in 2013, released an unpublished work recording an owl's nest in 1978 by the country's recurrence specialty label Institute for Danish Sound Archaeology in 7 inches.Contains his own narration.Click here to see more Institute for Danish Sound Archeology ...
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The masterpiece of Danish mogul electronic music Bent Lorentzen is reissued on a 180g weight board from the Danish recurrence specialty label Institute of Danish Sound Archeology.Contains all 8 songs.Click here to see more Institute for Danish Sound Archeology ...
¥2,508

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Two tapes produced by Danish composer Henning Christiansen who was enrolled in Fluxus from 1986 to 87 are released on a two-disc vinyl from the country's recurrence specialty label Institute for Danish Sound Archeology.Contains 2 gem collages that will not fade even if you listen to them now. Includes DL code and scorebook. It is a 2g heavy board. Peter der Große / Gudbrandsdal by Henning Christiansen ...
¥3,480

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A reissue of the work of Danish artist Stig Brøgger, who was active in the 1960s. DL code included.Click here to see more Institute for Danish Sound Archeology releases available at Tobira. ...
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Knud Viktor, a photographer / painter / videographer from Copenhagen who passed away in 2013, compiled two masterpieces released in 1972, and the Institute for Danish Sound Archaeology, a label specializing in recurrence in the country, reissued in a two-disc LP.It is a concrète work that makes heavy use of the sound of water, and can be enjoyed as ASMR. 2g weight board, DL code included.Click here to see more Institute for Danish Sound Archeology ...
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Danish New Age pioneer Per Nørgård reissued a masterpiece released on cassette from Fønix Musik in 1987 by the Danish recurrence specialty label Institute for Danish Sound Archeology in a two-disc vinyl.Includes all 2 songs that you can fully immerse yourself in.It is a double-page spread jacket specification. DL code included. Expanding Space by Per Nørgård Expanding Space ...
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