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Henning Christiansen // Peter der Große / Gudbrandsdal 2xLP

Henning Christiansen // Peter der Große / Gudbrandsdal 2xLP

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Two tapes produced by Danish composer Henning Christiansen who was enrolled in Fluxus from 1986 to 87 are labels specializing in recurrence in the country.Released as a 2-disc vinyl from the Institute for Danish Sound Archeology.Contains 14 gem collages that will not fade even if you listen to them now. Includes DL code and scorebook. It is a 180g heavy board.

Two of Henning Christiansen's tape works from the 1980's,'Peter der Große op. 174' (1986) and'Gudbrandsdal op. 178' (1987), are now released for the first time by the Institute for Danish Sound Archeology. Originally composed for different contexts –'Peter der Große' as the score for a German radio feature and'Gudbrandsdal' for a performance in collaboration with Joseph Beuys and later Bjørn Nørgaard – the two works stand out in Christansen's extensive and many-faceted oeuvre by Аans electronic sounds. Peter der Große involves electronic instruments like synthesizer and a crackle box, while Gudbrandsdal employs a more minimal approach and aesthetics through the heavy use of echo effects and manipulation of the tape speed. Both of the tape works carry a heavy atmospheric tone and are set in a largely electronic sound world. Two absolutely enthralling and immersive pieces of tape music, now available for the first time.
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Penultimate Press

Artist: Henning Christiansen

Label: Institute for Danish Sound Archeology

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Two tapes produced by Danish composer Henning Christiansen who was enrolled in Fluxus from 1986 to 87 are labels specializing in recurrence in the country.Released as a 2-disc vinyl from the Institute for Danish Sound Archeology.Contains 14 gem collages that will not fade even if you listen to them now. Includes DL code and scorebook. It is a 180g heavy board.

Two of Henning Christiansen's tape works from the 1980's,'Peter der Große op. 174' (1986) and'Gudbrandsdal op. 178' (1987), are now released for the first time by the Institute for Danish Sound Archeology. Originally composed for different contexts –'Peter der Große' as the score for a German radio feature and'Gudbrandsdal' for a performance in collaboration with Joseph Beuys and later Bjørn Nørgaard – the two works stand out in Christansen's extensive and many-faceted oeuvre by Аans electronic sounds. Peter der Große involves electronic instruments like synthesizer and a crackle box, while Gudbrandsdal employs a more minimal approach and aesthetics through the heavy use of echo effects and manipulation of the tape speed. Both of the tape works carry a heavy atmospheric tone and are set in a largely electronic sound world. Two absolutely enthralling and immersive pieces of tape music, now available for the first time.
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Penultimate Press

Artist: Henning Christiansen

Label: Institute for Danish Sound Archeology