Arias, Ricardo / Gunter Muller / Hans Tammen
Intersecting a Cone with a Plane
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Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: CS069
Squidco Product Code: 6790
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded in New York on March 26th, 2003.
Hans Tammen-endangered guitar
Ricardo Arias-bass balloon kit
Gunter Muller-selected percussion, mds, ipod, electronics , processing
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"Born München, Germany, 1954; drums and electronics. Though born in Germany, Günter Müller has lived in Switzerland since 1966. From 1981 he has been playing a unique drum set with a mobile pick-up and microphone system of his own invention which allows hand-generated sounds on drums and percussion to be modulated electronically. Since 1998 minidiscs, and since 2002 an ipod, have been included in his electronic set. Nowadays he often plays ipod and electronics only.
Müller was a founding member of the trio Nachtluft, with Andres Bosshard and Jacques Widmer, a group that have created sound-installations and sound-architecture, and of the electronic quartet POIRE_Z with Erik M and Voice Crack. He has worked in a wide variety of contexts: solo; in ad-hoc groupings; and often in duo with, among others, Taku Sugimoto, Jason Kahn, Steinbrüchel, Norbert Möslang, Toshimaru Nakamura, Tomas Korber, Lê Quan Ninh, Keith Rowe, Erikm, Carlos Zingaro, Sachiko M, Michel Doneda and Fabrice Charles. Günter Müller runs the record label For 4 Ears.-European Free Improv (EFI) (http://www.efi.group.shef.ac.uk/mmuller.html)
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1. A Spherical Triangle 13:46
2. A Lune 5:21
3. The Congruence Of Triangles 22:29
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"A disc/sound instalation that show some of the characterictic and representative signs of current trends in improvised music of a European type, a work in progress that I personally consider one of the best ones of its kind that I have heard in 2006."-Eduardo Chagas (Jazz e Arredores).
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