Matthias Kaul performing percussion works recorded on using cymbalon, hurdy-gurdy, bicycle, telephone, voice, &c., with Stefan Romeyan providing and reciting his poetry on "Roma".
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Catalog ID: Hat[now]ART130
Squidco Product Code: 19205
Packaging: Cardstock gatefold foldover
Recorded at Saarlandischer Rundfunk, Germany, on May 18th, 19th and 20th, 1998, by Christoph Classen.
Matthias Kaul-percussion, voice, cymbalon, hurdy-gurdy, bicycle, telephone, &c.
Stefan Romeyan-spoken words
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1. Kutunga 10:02
2. Timpani Ride 16:11
3. Mazza 14:10
4. Roma 17:11
5. Hendrix 11:21
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"Imagine a young boy walking past an iron railing, a stick in his hand, exploring the various timbres of the resonating metal. Imagine the same boy riding his bicycle at full speed, discovering the sound produced by the airstream when he opens his mouth, relishing in the multitude of overtones resulting when he changes the shape of his oral cavity. ...The solo rectital on this CD is a vivid proof of such multi-faceted creativity, a good hour of music rich in musical adventureand rich in subtexts well beyond the confines of contemporary music, rich in musical allusions and illusions."-Peter Niklas Wilson
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