alle neune: rheinlnder partie
Sonically rich continuous sound work in minimal acoustic improvisations using percussive elements that are hit, struck, bowed, scratched, plugged and thrown. The duo present encounters from minimal interactive improvisation to glowing stringed environments to clattering minimalism or resonantly ringing worlds; a surprisingly wide sonic palette in distinct percussive and improvisational concepts. The opening “Vorderkranz, grosser Keil” is an amazing sound environment, never grating, but not simply meditative, 9 minutes of motion and progression in an ecstatic state, where guessing the source of the sound is half the fun. The variety and permutations of music that these two create taken together make a fascinating and sometimes intensely encompassing listen.
Wolfgang Schliemann – asorted percussion and found objects hit, bowed, scratched and thrown
Michael Vorveld – percussion and stringed instruments hit, bowed, scratched and plugged
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