This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.Learn more

Soundohm

play
Acoustic Solo Percussion Vol. 1-4 - Excerpt 1
Acoustic Solo Percussion Vol. 1-4 - Excerpt 2
Acoustic Solo Percussion Vol. 1-4 - Excerpt 3
Acoustic Solo Percussion Vol. 1-4 - Excerpt 4
File under: Percussive

Christian Wolfarth

Acoustic Solo Percussion 1-4 (7"x4)

Label: Hiddenbell Records

Format: 7"x4

Genre: Experimental

In stock

€60.00
+
-
The Box contains all of four 7" vinyl singles from the "acoustic solo percussion" series. It comes with a booklet including texts written by Franz Aeschbacher, Tomas Korber, Nina F. Schneider and Michael Vorfeld, with photos by Christian Wolfarth.

** Edition of 99. 2021 Stock ** "Originally issued as distinct items, the four volumes of Acoustic Solo Percussion by Christian Wolfarth have been re-released in a small cardboard box together with a booklet with notes by Michael Vorfeld, Nina F. Schneider, Tomas Korber and Franz Aeschbacher. The coloured vinyl and the restricted quantity (the edition is limited to 99 copies) might be enough for the compulsively collecting specimens to hurry up, however the actual reason behind the need of getting this thing fast is the quality of the works that is comprises. Not that there were any doubts, for Wolfarth has demonstrated over the years that mixing seperate mutations of percussive action into steady washes of soul-sympathetic humming is possible.

Just not for everybody. The field of timbral research coincides to the place where single components of an instrumental set get energized to the point of working almost autonomously, producing - depending on circumstance - imposing drones, slow growths toward an immediate future of danger, scattered decompositions of one-time drum patterns and a blue-collar majesty scarred by the piercing acids of bowed metals and clangorous clashing.

Our personal respone to each event is like the feedback to an initiation of sorts; we believe to have understood, then realize that additional greyer shades and emaciated structures are gradually being revealed. A jeopardized stability that's better perceived by measuring the effects of the various combinations in different corners and spots of a room. The frequencies command, therefore obey bringing forth useless questions...This is a must-own object under any angle: great music throughout, to be played loud in spite of a few plastic-derived disturbances." - Massimo Ricci touching extremes, 2012

Details
File under: Percussive
Cat. number: HR006-007
Year: 2012

More from Hiddenbell Records