Zumbach, Andre / Werner Kaegi / Eric Gaudibert / Bernard Schu - Musiques Electro-Acoustiques Et Instruments: Cris / Kyoto / Solstice / Ge

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Mega Rare 1971 Musique Concrete Original. Appears Unplayed. First Copy We Have Laid Eyes On In Over 25 Years. A Once In A Lifetime Chance To Get This Gemm Of Swiss Experimental Electronic Music History. Privately Issued By The Romandic Guild Of Swiss Composers "Communauté Du Travail" In Very Limited Quantities. Side A: André Zumbach - Cris (For Recitative Voice, Flute, Percussion And Magnetic Tape). Theatrical Instrumental And Concrete Piece With Sound-Poetry ("Cris" Means "Shouts"). An Expressive Work That Differs From The Others Recorded On This LP For Its More Conventional Facture. Werner Kaegi – Kyoto (For Instruments And Magnetic Tape). One Of The Very Few Werner Kaegi Recording On Vinyl. "Kyoto" Is A Wild Musique Concrète Opus With Spectral Moments Reminding Of The Best Iancu Dumitrescu Or Gérard Grisey Works. Both Instrumental And Electronic Parts Dialogue With Intense Dynamics And A Great Variety Of Sound Textures. The Aggressive Movement Of The First Part Dissolves In A Quiet And Hypnagogic Electronic Soundscape. Stunning! Side B: Eric Gaudibert – Solstice (For Piano And Magnetic Tape). Very Deep Electronic Sounds Are Underlying Suspended Amplified And Prepared Piano Attacks That At Times Seem Uncontrolled And Salvage To Eventually Be Tamed And Organized In A Beautiful Harmonic Part Of Maximalist Piano Convulsion That Ends In A Mere Suspended Coda. The Only Eric Gaudibert Tape Music Ever Released On Vinyl. Waouhi. Bernard Schule – Géometrie Animée (For Pre-Recorded Harp, Percussion And Magnetic Tape). Again Here A Challenging Mixed Work Of Electronically Transformed Instrumental Sounds And Tape. The Percussions Melt Into Electronic Flocks Of Titillating Drops While The Pre-Recorded Harp Sounds Tend To Thicken The Veil Of Their Acoustic Source.

Artist: Zumbach, Andre / Werner Kaegi / Eric Gaudibert / Bernard Schule Title: Musiques Electro-Acoustiques Et Instruments: Cris / Kyoto / Solstice / Geometrie Animee Genre: Classical Type: Used - LP Label: CTS Catalog ID: CTS 44 Country: Switzerland Our ID: 127639
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