The unlikely combination of tuba and spinet from Carl Ludwig Hubsch and Christoph Schiller (Millefleurs) taking each instrument beyond their traditional sound through extended technique and style.
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Label: Another Timbre
Catalog ID: at32
Squidco Product Code: 13368
Packaging: Jewel tray, not sealed.
Recorded November 18th and 19th, 2009 at The Kitchen Cologne, Track 6 recorded February 2009 at Atelier Klingentalstrasse, Basel.
Carl Ludwig Hubsh-tuba
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1. 1 7:27
2. 2 9:41
3. 3 5:37
4. 4 10:53
5. 5 8:08
6. 6 6:02
7. 7 5:18
European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
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"Another tuba - played this time by Cologne-based Carl Ludwig Hubsch - in another unique and unlikely pairing - this time with the spinet of Christoph Schiller. Outside their native Germany both are relatively unknown and under-rated players, but hopefully Giles U will help put an end to that. Seven tight and powerful improvisations bordering the most interesting areas of contemporary classical music."-Another Timbre
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"Christoph Schiller was born in 1963 in Stuttgart. He studied fine arts at the Kunstakademie Stuttgart and HfBK Hamburg. He later studied piano with Daniel Cholette and music theory in Basel. He has been playing concerts of improvised music on piano since 1987. In recent years the piano has been abandoned in favour of the lighter spinet, for which he has developed specific playing techniques which are influenced by inside piano techniques. Besides keyboard instruments his work with the voice has become increasingly important. He lives in Weil am Rhein and Basel."-Christoph Schiller Website (http://www.christophschiller.net/)
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