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    PRES Revisited. Józef Patkowski in memoriam

    Label: Bolt

    Format: CDx2 digipack

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    The album's core is the recording of the concert dedicated to Polish Radio Experimental Studio in London's Cafe Oto (CD2). Electronic pieces from the Studio were turned into instrumental structured improvisations performed by legends of improvised music, members of AMM John Tilbury and Eddie Prévost, coming back to playing violin, Phil Durrant and two Polish musicians of the younger generation - guitarist Maciej Sledziecki based in Cologne and Warsaw cellist, Mikolaj Palosz. In their solo sets, they presented their individual variations on the compositions created in the Studio. Their collaborations were framed by graphic scores based on original recording and prepared by Denis Kolokol. His attempt was to make use of the idiosyncratic instrumental language of each of the improvisers; language that owes so much to the development of electronic music. CD1 consists of original, remastered recordings of the pieces that were performed in Cafe Oto as they seem to be among the greatest productions of the Studio.
    Cat. number: BR ES01
    Year: 2010
    Genre: Electronic
    Recorded at the Polish Radio Experimental Studio in Warsaw:
    Six Electronic Preludes (1981), Bozzetti (1967), From a Notebook (1983), Canti (1973), Sinfonia Rustica (1970), Ballade (1976), Pennsylvania Dream (1987), Children's Dreams (1976), Daisy Story (1977-79), Reverie (1989), Letter to Friends (1986), Epitaph (1st version)(1969).
    Second album in series "Polish Radio Experimental Studio".
    Comes in digipack sleeve.
    Included 36-page booklet of size 11,6 x 11,6 cm contains extensive biography of Bohdan Mazurek
    and detailed description of each piece. All texts bilingual: Polish/English.
    CDs sponsored by Ministry of Culture and National Heritage