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Noah Ophoven-Baldwin // Time pieces (and I'll go to bed at noon) CD

Noah Ophoven-Baldwin // Time pieces (and I'll go to bed at noon) CD

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Experimental musician Noah Ophoven-Baldwin from Minneapolis, USA released this CD in June 2023 from Tokyo's experimental label zappak.

Includes 4 improvisational songs with acoustic instruments and noises.Below is an explanation by the label.

"A memorable first solo album by Noah Ophoven-Baldwin, a multi-instrumentalist living in Minneapolis, USA and a member of the music group "Realtree". This work has the theme of "time/clock", and Baldwin plays the metronome. Combining cyclical sounds with acoustic instruments, I tried to traverse performance and conceptual sound art.
The cornet and harmonium create organic textures (Mitch Stahlmann joins the flute on the second track), while the metronome repeats sharp, short notes like driving stakes.The instrumental sounds that sound like they were played in a relaxed room and the sharp metronome sounds seem to be in contrast, and the careful arrangement of the field-recorded sounds creates a wonderfully beautiful unity. ing. "

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

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Noah Ophoven-Baldwin: Cornet, harmonium, metronome, and field recordings
Mitch Stahlmann: Flute (Track 2)

zappak:

"This is the commemorative first solo album by Noah Ophoven-Baldwin, a Minneapolis-based multi-instrumentalist and a member of the group "Realtree". The theme of this work is "time and/or clock". By mixing acoustic instruments' sounds and a periodic metronome sound, Baldwin tried to cross the boundaries of an instrumental performance and a conceptual sound art.
A cornet and a harmonium make organic texture (and Mitch Stahlmann joined with a flute on track 2). On the other hand, a metronome keeps repeating solid and short sounds like hitting a stake. Instrumental sounds like he played in a room while relaxing and the sharp metronome sounds seem to be in contrast, however, the careful arrangement of the field-recorded sounds creates a wonderfully beautiful unity as a whole."

Artist: Noah Ophoven-Baldwin

Label: zappak

Experimental musician Noah Ophoven-Baldwin from Minneapolis, USA released this CD in June 2023 from Tokyo's experimental label zappak.

Includes 4 improvisational songs with acoustic instruments and noises.Below is an explanation by the label.

"A memorable first solo album by Noah Ophoven-Baldwin, a multi-instrumentalist living in Minneapolis, USA and a member of the music group "Realtree". This work has the theme of "time/clock", and Baldwin plays the metronome. Combining cyclical sounds with acoustic instruments, I tried to traverse performance and conceptual sound art.
The cornet and harmonium create organic textures (Mitch Stahlmann joins the flute on the second track), while the metronome repeats sharp, short notes like driving stakes.The instrumental sounds that sound like they were played in a relaxed room and the sharp metronome sounds seem to be in contrast, and the careful arrangement of the field-recorded sounds creates a wonderfully beautiful unity. ing. "

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

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Noah Ophoven-Baldwin: Cornet, harmonium, metronome, and field recordings
Mitch Stahlmann: Flute (Track 2)

zappak:

"This is the commemorative first solo album by Noah Ophoven-Baldwin, a Minneapolis-based multi-instrumentalist and a member of the group "Realtree". The theme of this work is "time and/or clock". By mixing acoustic instruments' sounds and a periodic metronome sound, Baldwin tried to cross the boundaries of an instrumental performance and a conceptual sound art.
A cornet and a harmonium make organic texture (and Mitch Stahlmann joined with a flute on track 2). On the other hand, a metronome keeps repeating solid and short sounds like hitting a stake. Instrumental sounds like he played in a room while relaxing and the sharp metronome sounds seem to be in contrast, however, the careful arrangement of the field-recorded sounds creates a wonderfully beautiful unity as a whole."

Artist: Noah Ophoven-Baldwin

Label: zappak