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Belgian violinist Elisabeth Klinck released this record in June 2023 on the Swiss experimental label Hallow Ground.

Includes 8 neo-classical ambient and drone songs by violin.It's a whiteboard. Comes with DL code. 

"Belgian composer Elisabeth Klinck's debut album Picture a Frame was born out of austere solitude, but the artist Oscar ClausIt is also the result of close collaboration withEnriching her compositions for violin with electronic soundscapes and ambient field recordings, the duo enter into an artistic dialogue in their own singular space, defying conventional time frames. I was.Klinck's expressive playing, incorporating unconventional techniques, is an intimate record that lays the foundation for something larger.

Spring 2021,Klinck and Clausspent a whole week in a ruined monastery with no electricity or running water, surrounded by beautiful gardens.Its purpose isIt was about recording Klinck's musical ideas on the violin, experimenting with electronics and acoustic spaces, and getting to know each other on a musical level.This proved to be an exciting, deeply moving process and a starting point for further.That winter, the duo traveled to the Spanish Pyrenees to set up a DIY studio in a small mountain village and record the eight songs that make up "Picture a Frame."The idea of ​​losing track of time and space is a theme found in these recordings.Day and night, they read, took walks, talked, cooked, and looked after the animals that lived there, while also experimenting with sounds, improvising, and field recordings. I also did

Being in the present moment and being deeply focused on listening to the world around us and each other resulted in a holistic experience that was translated into music and sound.Klinck and Claussees the album as a collage, an attempt to evoke the implicit, an essay suggestive of time and space, a gentle clash of two people who deeply resonate with each other.It's impossible to argue against, and even harder not to be drawn in. "

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Hallow Ground releases available at Tobira. 

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12" white vinyl. Includes DL code.

Hallow Ground:

"'Picture a Frame' the debut album by the Belgian composer Elisabeth Klinck, was born out of strict isolation and is nonetheless a result of a collaborative process that saw her working closely with artist Oscar Claus. Enriching her compositions for violin with electronic soundscapes and field recordings from their surroundings, the two entered an artistic dialogue that took place inside its own idiosyncratic space outside of conventional time. It is an intimate record in which Klinck's expressive playing that incorporates unconventional techniques the basis of something much bigger: an invitation to inhabit a specific space at a specific time together with the two of them.

For an entire week in the spring of 2021, Klinck and Claus stayed at an abandoned monastery surrounded by beautiful gardens, but with no power or running water. The intention was to record some of Klinck's musical ideas on violin, experiment with electronics and acoustic spaces and to get to know each other on a musical level. This proved to be an inspiring and deeply moving process—and the starting point for more. in a small village on a mountain top and record the eight pieces that form »Picture a Frame. « The idea of ​​losing track of time and space is a theme that found its way in these recordings. The two spent their days and nights reading, walking, talking, cooking and taking care of the animals living there but also experimenting with sound , improvising together and making field recordings.

This deep focus on being present in the moment, listening to the world around them and each other resulted in a holistic experience that was translated into music and sound. Klinck and Claus understand this album as a collage, an attempt to evoke the implicit, an essay that suggests a time and space, and a gentle collision between two people that deeply resonate with one another. It's impossible to argue with that, and even harder not to be drawn into it."

Artist: Elisabeth Klinck

Label: Hallow Ground

Belgian violinist Elisabeth Klinck released this record in June 2023 on the Swiss experimental label Hallow Ground.

Includes 8 neo-classical ambient and drone songs by violin.It's a whiteboard. Comes with DL code. 

"Belgian composer Elisabeth Klinck's debut album Picture a Frame was born out of austere solitude, but the artist Oscar ClausIt is also the result of close collaboration withEnriching her compositions for violin with electronic soundscapes and ambient field recordings, the duo enter into an artistic dialogue in their own singular space, defying conventional time frames. I was.Klinck's expressive playing, incorporating unconventional techniques, is an intimate record that lays the foundation for something larger.

Spring 2021,Klinck and Clausspent a whole week in a ruined monastery with no electricity or running water, surrounded by beautiful gardens.Its purpose isIt was about recording Klinck's musical ideas on the violin, experimenting with electronics and acoustic spaces, and getting to know each other on a musical level.This proved to be an exciting, deeply moving process and a starting point for further.That winter, the duo traveled to the Spanish Pyrenees to set up a DIY studio in a small mountain village and record the eight songs that make up "Picture a Frame."The idea of ​​losing track of time and space is a theme found in these recordings.Day and night, they read, took walks, talked, cooked, and looked after the animals that lived there, while also experimenting with sounds, improvising, and field recordings. I also did

Being in the present moment and being deeply focused on listening to the world around us and each other resulted in a holistic experience that was translated into music and sound.Klinck and Claussees the album as a collage, an attempt to evoke the implicit, an essay suggestive of time and space, a gentle clash of two people who deeply resonate with each other.It's impossible to argue against, and even harder not to be drawn in. "

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Hallow Ground releases available at Tobira. 

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12" white vinyl. Includes DL code.

Hallow Ground:

"'Picture a Frame' the debut album by the Belgian composer Elisabeth Klinck, was born out of strict isolation and is nonetheless a result of a collaborative process that saw her working closely with artist Oscar Claus. Enriching her compositions for violin with electronic soundscapes and field recordings from their surroundings, the two entered an artistic dialogue that took place inside its own idiosyncratic space outside of conventional time. It is an intimate record in which Klinck's expressive playing that incorporates unconventional techniques the basis of something much bigger: an invitation to inhabit a specific space at a specific time together with the two of them.

For an entire week in the spring of 2021, Klinck and Claus stayed at an abandoned monastery surrounded by beautiful gardens, but with no power or running water. The intention was to record some of Klinck's musical ideas on violin, experiment with electronics and acoustic spaces and to get to know each other on a musical level. This proved to be an inspiring and deeply moving process—and the starting point for more. in a small village on a mountain top and record the eight pieces that form »Picture a Frame. « The idea of ​​losing track of time and space is a theme that found its way in these recordings. The two spent their days and nights reading, walking, talking, cooking and taking care of the animals living there but also experimenting with sound , improvising together and making field recordings.

This deep focus on being present in the moment, listening to the world around them and each other resulted in a holistic experience that was translated into music and sound. Klinck and Claus understand this album as a collage, an attempt to evoke the implicit, an essay that suggests a time and space, and a gentle collision between two people that deeply resonate with one another. It's impossible to argue with that, and even harder not to be drawn into it."

Artist: Elisabeth Klinck

Label: Hallow Ground