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Henning Christiansen Archive

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This is the latest in October 2022 in the Henning Christiansen archive series.A 10-page full-color booklet is attached to the 5-disc set of angry waves.Below is an explanation by the label.Music for the tragedy/play "Pentesileia" (a tragedy consisting of 32 scenes) by director: Carlo Quartucci, playwright: Heinrich von Kleist. Premiered at the Teatro Olimpico in Rome, Italy on November 24, 1986. A four-and-a-half-hour audio work that develops the sound source of HC11 8LP performed at Rosenfest in 1984.This CD is a gorgeous 4-disc set that contains the full backing tapes prepared for the performance directed by Carlo Quartucci at the Teatro Olimpico in Rome in 2 (live recordings of this performance have not yet been found). not).One of Henning's most ambitious projects, the Penthesilea project, is also one of his most successful, drawing on the many experiments and techniques he developed throughout his creative career leading up to this ambitious and important work. is a quest for .Field recordings featured in the Rosenfest recordings are presented along with a wealth of new sound environments.Horse hooves and boxing matches are electronically treated to create an otherworldly atmosphere. In XIII XIV, a moment like Henning's early classical work arrives, gentle mechanical sounds sinking into the valleys amid whispering ghost melodies.Also, proto-techno beats stomp on the snow we once heard on a Rosenfest recording, rustic croakings become horn solos, the wind picks up and the story gets tougher...Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Henning Christiansen Archive...
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It is a set of 300 records of the latest archive limited to 2 copies of Henning Christiansen, a representative of Fluxus in Denmark. This is a live recording at the Rosenfest in Berlin, Germany in December 1984.A magnificent collage scape masterpiece with soprano, tape and cello based on field recording.Click here to see more Henning Christiansen Archive releases available at ...
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This is the latest CD from the Henning Christiansen Archive, a reissue label of the Danish Fluxus writer Henning Christiansen's work.In this work, the unreleased sound source produced in 1984 is recorded.Below is a commentary by the label.This work is dedicated to George Orwell. In 1977, Henning visited the Soviet Union and became an anti-Stalinist.Although he is a Trotskyist, when he visited the United States, he witnessed through the media and journalists the Big Brother, who, like the Soviet Union, monitored the United States and manipulated the masses.This year, Henning painted his ears green, trying to listen to the voice of nature, not the media or politicians. In 1984, in the year of Green Ears, he performed at the Møn Musik festival with his eldest son, Esben.Esben was a local celebrity as a rock musician.The people who came across this performance were very angry that Esben wasn't playing the famous rock music, igniting and yelling at our trusted duo during the performance.However, Henning and Esben continued to play until the end.This was Esben's last performance, and since then he has neither played nor played rock.This radio song was recorded on Møn's Christiansen farm and Møn's hometown.Click here to see more Penultimate Press releases available at ...
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The third work from the Danish Fluxus writer Henning Christiansen's reissue label Henning Christiansen Archive is an unpublished work for vocalists in 3. Giuseppe Ielashi Mastering.Comes with a booklet.Click here to see more Henning Christiansen Archive releases available at ...
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The second work from the Danish Fluxus writer Henning Christiansen's reissue label Henning Christiansen Archive is a collection of four works from 2 to 1967.Mastering is Giuseppe Ielashi.Includes poster and postcard.Click here to see more Henning Christiansen Archive releases available at ...
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A live sound source of seven writers playing songs by Danish Fluxus writer Henning Christiansen (1932-2008). Henning Christiansen / Ursula Reuter Christiansen Exhibition "THEY WON'T SURVIVE WITHOUT ..." held at The Box gallery in Los Angeles in 7
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