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*Free shipping *Last arrival A complete box containing the past works of Bengt Nordström, a Swedish saxophonist who passed away in 2000. Includes 4-disc record, 10", 7", 32-page booklet and DL code.Below is an explanation by Jim O'Rourke. "Bengt 'Frippe' Nordström's explosive music on the Bird Notes label and his own radical approach to solo saxophone is here in one stunning package. Thoroughly researched and lovingly crafted. This restored music is now finally back out of reach and ready to reset the timers once again." More from the label /// Click here to see...
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An improvised set by American trumpeter Liz Allbee, British saxophonist John Butcher, German saxophonist Ignaz Schick, and experimental musician Marta Zapparoli. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Ni Vu Ni Connu...
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An improv set by German synth player Thomas Lehn, British saxophonist John Butcher, and American percussionist Gino Robair. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Ni Vu Ni Connu releases...
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Nicholas Bussmann, a cellist from Berlin, Germany, and Werner Dafeldecker, a contrabass player from Vienna, Austria, collaborated on a limited edition record of 2023 copies released in March 3 from Luxembourg's experimental/contemporary label NI VU NI CONNU.Includes 300 hardcore minimal sound drone songs with no melodies.Comes with insert and DL code.Below is a commentary by New Zealand multi-instrumentalist Dean M. Roberts. "The lockdown in early 2 brought silence to Berlin. "It was like the early '2020s in East Berlin," recalls Nicholas Bussmann, as he grew up and embraced social change and uncertainty. A place of experience, perhaps with many empty and quiet spaces pervasive.In a duo with long-time partner Werner Dafeldecker, the two instrumentalists explore the nature of their respective instruments, receiving timely and thoughtful instruction, to express their sound without intervention or overt display of virtuosity. can hearPablo Casals famously instructed his students to ``Put air around the instrument.''The instrument is stripped bare of its obligation to produce 'music'.The creaky sound recalls the atmosphere of tragedy that prevails in Fellini's Orchestral Rehearsal (90).As the boundaries between sound and society become blurred and the medium of music becomes a metaphor for the conundrum of composition and performance, psychodrama unfolds through scenarios of despair and questions of purpose.When the dust of music piles up, all that remains are surface sounds, scratches, creaks, scratches. Freed from the obligation to support established narratives and politics, the two performers engage in a tactile relearning of sound while teaching each other new airs.For centuries, imagine violoncellos and double basses enduring physical strain and mental stress, being taken to remote locations to perform historic grand symphonies or frantic jazz performances. please.And in 2, put on indefinite hiatus due to a global pandemic, they will be taken out of their cases like sleeping giants, dusted and groomed by their keepers.In recent years, Dafeldecker and Bussmann have made a name for themselves with work that critically and inquisitively examines the medium of music and, to some extent, concerns about the meaning and purpose of the sound-making process - research as a practice, a language in itself. It is practice as research that becomes.This project is a consortium that aims to scratch the fringes of formal music by questioning the limits of classical instrumentation and ensembles and experimenting with extended techniques. In recent years, Bussmann has embarked on participatory vocal ensemble performance works, such as News Trilogy/Songs of Revolution in an AI Environment.The reason for this is that improvisational music is biased towards what he calls "a kind of sonic dress code", and he began to question it. As Bussmann says, algorithms can provide a framework for musicians from very different backgrounds to make music together.Other algorithm-based works include performances and installations for a robot piano and the duo Kapital...
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German pianist Magda Mayas, British saxophonist John Butcher, and Australian percussionist Tony Buck. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Ni Vu Ni Connu releases...
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German percussionist Burkhard Beins, British saxophonist John Butcher, and Austrian bassist Werner Dafeldecker. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Ni Vu Ni Connu releases...
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