Saint-Petersburg saxophonist Ilia Belorukov & Moscow-based electronic and computer musician Kurt Liedwart in a release balancing silence, space and chance using sinewaves & computers and prepared saxophone, a mix of modern ea-improv and Wandelweiser intent.
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Label: Mikroton Recordings
Catalog ID: mikroton cd 25
Squidco Product Code: 17994
Packaging: Cardstock gatefold foldover
Recorded live at Experimental Sound Gallery and at Studio Spina, Saint-Petersburg on September 23rd through 25th, 2012.
Ilia Belorukov-prepared alto saxophone, iPod with mini speaker, contact mic with mini amplifier, motors, objects
Kurt Liedwart-ppooll, objects, field recordings
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1. Antra 10:42
2. Teine 6:55
3. Ikkemesh 23:11
4. Otrais 4:45
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sample the album:
"The first Mikroton release featuring Russian musicians Ilia Belorukov, a saxophonist from Saint-Petersburg, and Kurt Liedwart, an electronic and computer musician from Moscow who also runs the label. It's their second longplaying work following Obwod which was released on Copy For Your Records. On the new CD the duo goes even further into the realm of unknown contriving to work with silence, space and chance with their traditional means like sinewaves and saxophone's long tones. Saxophone preparations went into the background now and Ilia focuses on working with the saxophone's surface using contact microphones which he feeds into a guitar mini-amp. At the same time Liedwart actively uses field recordings which he unexpectedly intertwines into the music texture. The duo offers its listeners to witness the investigation of saxophone's new possibilities and synthesizer capabilities of ppooll. Eventually the duo finds itself not only in the field of contemporary improvised music but it also employs the means of Wandelweiser composers and noise music."-Mikroton
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