The electroacoustic improvising trio of trumpeter/electronic artist Axel Dorner, bassist Werner Dafeldecker and percussionist Sven-Ake Johansson in a studio release from Gothenburg, 2010.
Dorner / Dafeldecker / Johansson
Der Kreis Des Gegenstandes [VINYL]
Released in: Poland
"Axel Dörner. trumpet, electronics, composition; Born in Cologne,1964. Studied piano and trumpet (with Malte Burba) at the Musikhochschule, Cologne. Moved to Berlin in 1994. He has worked together with numerous internationally respected figures in the fields of "Improvised Music", "Composed Contemporary Music", "Jazz" and "Electronic Music". He has developed a unique style of trumpet playing based in part on unusual, often self-invented techniques. He has toured in Europe, North and South America, Australia, Japan and Asia (Hongkong) and appeared on numerous CD and record releases.
Werner Dafeldecker. background: european modern music and improvisation. examination of graphical notations, fluxus, minimal music, electroacoustic music, jazz and field recordings. his musical projects are often inspired and deduced byoutside influences such as architecture, physics, photography and film. longtime sound and structure studies and the formulation of distinct articulations are in the center of his work as a composer and musician and are parallel to technological developements often connected with with electronic formats. Remittance works, exhibitions, concerts (assortment) : kammermusiktage witten; contemporary arts museum houston; berliner festspiele maerz musik; sound field festival chicago; festival wien modern - vienna; sammlung essl - austria; centre pompidou - paris; new langton arts - san francisco; festival steirischer herbst graz; what is music festival australia; international music festival vancouver; lmc festival london; dundee media festival; ultraschall festival berlin; salzburger festspiele; fmp festival berlin; renaissance society chicago.
Sven-Åke Johansson. Born 1943 in Mariestad/Sweden. Sven-Åke Johansson is a composer, musician, poet and visual artist, as well as the writer and initiator of several music and performance art productions - among: "Die Harke und der Spaten", "Über Ursache und Wirkung der Meinungsverschiedenheiten beim Turmbau zu Babel" in collaboration with Alexander von Schlippenbach (Hebbel Theater Berlin) - and has worked as an actor at the Burgtheater in Vienna. He has created numerous exhibitions, publications and released over forty LPs and CDs. A legendary protagonist within the european free improvised music scene, he was a pivotal figure in the development of the european style of freejazz along side Alexander von Schlippenbach, Peter Kowald und Peter Brötzmann. He has collaborated on notable projects with Rüdiger Carl und Hans Reichel, Dietmar Diesner, Axel Dörner, Shelley Hirsch, Andrea Neumann, Manfred Schoof, Ludwig Gosewitz, Martin Kippenberger, Albert Oehlen, Heiner Goebbels, Sonic Youth and Blixa Bargeld. He is well known as a virtuosic drummer but also performs as a singer and narrator. Compositions: "Seewetter 69" (radioplay comissioned by Deutschlandradio - 2001), "Polis, Wachs und Pomade" (chamberpiece for strings, wind-section and voice comissioned by SWR, first performance at Donaueschinger Musiktage 2001. ) "MM" schäumend" - Ouvertüre für Handfeuerlöscher 2003, "Konzert für 12 Traktoren" (firstperformance1996) "Stereofür8"(firstperformanceBerlin2005)) Lives in Berlin since 1968."-Monotype
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Full color inner sleeve.
Catalog ID: monoLP008
Squidco Product Code: 15157
Packaging: Vinyl 12" LP
Recorded in May 2010 in Gothenburg by Bengt Pettersson and Bertil Karlsson.
Axel Dorner-trumpet, electronics, composition
Werner Dafeldecker-double bass
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