Udo Schindler marks his 80th Salon fur Klang+Kunst in Munich as his first duo recording with a drummer, in a first-time meeting with long-time acquaintance, drummer/percussionist Eric Zwang Eriksson, joining him as they find inspired common ground with Schindler on alto sax, bass clarinet, cornet and euphonium and Eriksson using all aspects of his drums and percussive devices.
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Recorded live at the 80th Salon fur Klang+Kunst in Krailling, in Munich, Germany, on January 19th, 2018, by Udo Schindler.
Udo Schindler-alto saxophone, bass clarinet, cornet, euphonium
Eric Zwang Eriksson-drums, percussion
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"Udo Schindler is a German improvisation musicians (bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet, saxophone, flute, cornet, also accordion, guitar, percussion, analog synthesizer) and architect. Schindler was active in the 1970s in Franconia first as rock and rock jazz musician before he had flute lessons at the conservatory Nuremberg. Subsequently, he studied architecture at the Technical University of Munich and worked as an architect. In the 1990s he turned to contemporary music (Arch.Ensemble) and improvised music (Schindler.Interferenz.3). In addition to the single tube instruments (saxophones and clarinets), he studied the cornet. In addition to his sound research, he also worked as a director, performer, musician and composer for various theater productions. In the following years he performed with solo and duo projects at new music festivals (Musica Viva, Klangaktionen, etc ...), jazz, experimental music, among others. This led to collaborations with musicians like Hubert Bergmann, Gerry Hemingway, Eddie Prevost, Sebi Tramontana, Georg Wissel, John Russell, Blaise Siwula, Frank Gratkowski, Hans Koch, Urs Leimgruber, Elisabeth Harnik, Katharina Weber and Frank Paul Schubert. In addition to his activities in solid cast he initiated in Munich a series of concerts to free improvisation in ad hoc to test instrumentation."-Wikipedia (translated by Google and Squidco) (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Udo_Schindler)
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2. Jeder Gedanke Wagt Einen Wurfelwurf 4:20
3. Das Geheimnis Verschleudert Hinausgeschrien 17:33
4. Einsam Taumelnde Feder 11:09
5. Uberlaute Klange Storen Schwebende Gesänge 10:19
6. In Fieberhaften Mund, Begierig Nach Blaue 10:29
7. Ein Zwischenspiel von Stille 6:15
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"This recording is my first in a duo with a drummer, which is a new challenge and allows a more open playing style. The rhythmic elements come to the fore. The quest of my 80th salon was the local Eric Zwang Eriksson, whom I have known for decades, but with whom I have not yet played together. A cooperation was addressed in the nineties, was not realized. All the more surprising and enjoyable is the result of our common interaction. The sensitive spatial arrangements of the actores in the audio sound image by Wolfgang Obrecht adds an important quality to the concert document and enhances its impact."-Udo Schindler.
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