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Koch / Schutz / Studer

Tales From 30 Unintentional Nights

Koch / Schutz / Studer: Tales From 30 Unintentional Nights (Intakt)


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product information:

Label: Intakt
Catalog ID: INT117
Squidco Product Code: 7129

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2006
Country: Switzerland
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded live by Daniel Schneider and Jean-Claude Pache.


Hans Koch-reeds, electronics

Martin Schütz-electric 5 string cello, electronics

Fredy Studer-drums, percussion

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track listing:

1. 9/10 (for Daniel & Jean-Claude) 10:57

2. 9/29 (for Walter & Marianne) 9:21

3. 9/30 (for Christine) 3:57

4. 9/28 (for Peter) 6:03

5. 9/21 (for Markus & Silvio) 7:06

6. 9/26 (for Evelyne) 6:22

7. 9/11 (for the <> barteam) 9:28

8. 9/23 (for Sonja) 2:35

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Koch-Schütz-Studers new release "Tales from 30 Unintentional Nights" is a collection of live recordings made during the 30 days performance in Zurich last year. "Thirty days, two sets every evening, always at the same time, always in the same place. In the laboratory atmosphere, black with age, of the Alte Schlosserei 12 [Old Locksmith's Shop] on Pfingstweidstrasse in Zurich, three researchers, tinkerers, lab techs of sounds, Koch-Schütz-Studer, are at work in the middle of a jungle that generates patterns of light. They play with their ingredients, experimenting and letting me get close enough to partake in how they cast spells and invent music, connecting yesterday through today with tomorrow, the very reason each concert is the best, each evening, each set different, coming out of nothing. [...] The laboratory in the Schlosserei expands, a radiating cathedral of sound, a freighter that cannot be localized by any radar as it vibrates and rolls through a churned-up sea, all sails set for a journey into the unknown."-Reto Hänny, from the liner notes

Artist Biographies:

"Hans Koch plays bass clarinet and soprano saxophone. He has played alongside of musicians such as Cecil Taylor, Evan Parker, Fred Frith, Paul Lovens, Barry Guy, Barre Phillips, Phil Minton, Peter Kowald, Hans Reichel, Tom Cora, Jim O'Rourke, Fennesz, Elliott Sharp, Anthony Coleman, DJ M. Singe, Voicecrack, Günter Müller, Jean-Marc Montera, and Joëlle Léandre in Europe, America, and Asia-and still managed to maintain his association with the Koch-Schütz-Studer Trio. He has put out compact discs on various labels." (Dame, Ambiances Magnetiques) (

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