A collection of more than two hundred Hebrew religious chants compiled and published by cantor Abraham Berenstein in 1927 in Vilna, Poland (today Vilnius, Lithuania), re-composed by Arturas Bumsteinas using fragments of melodies found found in the Berenstein's book, with electronics recorded on the old Russian analogue synthezier Polyvox then mixed in EMS.
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Catalog ID: BR 1041
Squidco Product Code: 25248
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold 3 Panels
Recorded in 2013. Originally issued in 2013 on cassette on the Slip Imprint label. This edition is supplemented with recordings provided by Arturas Bumsteinas.
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"This music was inspired by "Musikaliszer Pinkos" - a collection of more than two hundred Hebrew religious hymns and Chassidic songs compiled and published by Abraham Berenstein in the year 1927 in Wilna (nowadays Vilnius). The selection of songs from "Musikaliszer Pinkos" was used by Arturas Bumsteinas as a source of fragmentary pitch material and re-interpreted in a new context of electronic sound and cut-up composition. All music was recorded with the use of Soviet-era Russian synthesizer Polyvox. The premiere of this project was presented as a 6-channel surround sound concert with additional improvisation parts provided by trumpetists Dominykas Vysniauskas and Kamil Szuszkiewicz. The premiere performance took place in St. Catherine's concert hall in Vilnius, during a festival Virtual Memorial, September 26th, 2013."-Arturas Bumsteinas
"Musikaliszer Pinkos is the title of a collection of more than two hundred Hebrew religious chants compiled and published by cantor Abraham Berenstein in 1927 in Vilna, Poland (today Vilnius, Lithuania). The electronic music on this album was composed by Arturas Bumsteinas using fragments of melodies found found in the Berenstein's book. Electronics was recorded in Vilnius on the old Russian analogue synthezier Polyvox, then mixed in EMS, Stockholm and released on a cassette by Slip Imprint in 2013.
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"Arturas Bumšteinas is Lithuanian composer and sound artist. Active in the field of art music since the end of the 90s, in the year 2012 he started performing under his Refusenik moniker.
Bumšteinas was born in 1982 in Vilnius, Lithuania. He is a composer of acoustic and electronic music (graduated from Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theater), founder of international ensembles Works and Days, Zarasai (together with Anton Lukoszevieze), Wolumen (together with Dominykas Vyšniauskas) and Quartet Twentytwentyone; conceptual artist with various projects presented in more than 30 exhibitions around Europe. The festivals where Bumšteinas participated with his music and audiovisual projects among others include the Holland Festival, Angelica, Sensoralia/Romaeuropa, Avanto, Sonic Circuits, Skanumezs, Full Pull, Cut & Splice, Wundergrund, Vilnius Jazz Festival etc. Since the beginning of his career he has collaborated with various musicians and visual artists. Amongst the publishers of Bumšteinas's music are such labels as Polish Bolt Records, Portuguese Cronica, Spanish con-v, Lithuanian Semplice Records; his exhibition-related work is represented by Galerie Antje Wachs in Berlin. His work is featured on UbuWeb (a prominent online resource for the avant-garde arts), his work has been numerous times commissioned by the Deutschlandradio Kultur and various other international cultural institutions. In year 2013 he was awarded "Palma Ars Acustica" prize for radiophonic arts."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arturas_Bumsteinas)
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