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File under: Abstract

Marcus Schmickler, John Tilbury


Label: A-Musik

Format: CD

Genre: Experimental

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"the piano's harmonic figures meet with computer sounds unexpectedly within a slowly changing acoustic environment. piano pixies sing and dance serenely in a virtual space while the noises from the instrument insitage dialogues with the computer. the music is tranquil, never aggressive and is at almost every moment polyphonic in the good old sense of the word. pretty often, the two musicians play on two different planes so that in spite of the slowness of the whole thing, the resulting complex relationships offer a lot of surprises. the sureness and the tranquility which emanats from these musical actions, figures, shapes and processes, acknowledges and asserts the ghost of morton feldman, who seems to hover benevolantly over these sounds: stop asking questions." (johannes fritsch)
File under: Abstract
Cat. number: a 29
Year: 2005

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