The duo of saxophonist Boris Hauf and pianist D Bayne team up with guitarist Martin Siewert in this collection of tracks inspired by different U.S. national parks and their representation in iconic posters.
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Recorded by Martin Siewert in Vienna in 2012.
Martin Siewert-guitar, electronics
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"Multi-intrumentalist, composer, producer and performer Boris Hauf plays saxophones, flutes, synths, organ, various computer-based applications, cymbals, bells, rudimentary guitar and sings. He composes for large and small ensembles, performance artists, film, radio, soloists, video and installation art. More than 40 releases on vinyl, CD, tape and online. He initiated and curated the annual composition festival Chicago Sound Map in Chicago and the concert series Playdate in Berlin and lectures at the University of the Arts in Berlin. Hauf tours worldwide in a variety of bands, ensembles as well as in various performative contexts and if necessary as a solo artist. Current bands include Owl & Mack, Postmarks, Next Delusion, The Peeled Eye. As performer and composer he collaborates closely with Choreographers Christina Ciupke, Martin Nachbar, Karen Christopher and many others with in the performance context. He owns and runs the independent record label shameless and lives in Berlin, Germany."-Boris Hauf Website (http://hauf.klingt.org/bio/)
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1. Bandelier National 1:23
2. Big Thicket 1:03
3. Bryce Canyon at dawn 4:37
4. Gila Cliff Dwellings 4:38
5. Capitol Reef at dusk 6:48
1. Hubbell Trading Post at dusk 5:14
2. Fossil Butte 1:11
3. Capitol Reef at dawn 9:57
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"Postmarks is a duo comprised of saxophonist Boris Hauf and pianist D. Bayne. Their first album Western Ave was recorded in Chicago (2005) and released as a limited-edition CD on Luminescence Records. The 100 copies were packaged in unique covers, each a handcrafted collage from 1920s Chicago postcards by T. Kellers of Studio Twelve 3. For National Parks, Hauf and Bayne went to Vienna, Austria to record with guitar experimentalist Martin Siewert. Musical outlines for the pieces were inspired by U.S. national parks and their representation in iconic posters from the 1930s and 1940s. Boris Hauf (London) works as musician, composer, curator and lecturer. He plays reeds, keyboards, computer-based applications, cymbals and bells and tours worldwide in a variety of bands, ensembles, and in various other performative contexts and, if necessary, as a solo artist. He also composes for large and small ensembles, performance artists, film, radio, soloists, video and installation art."-MonotypeAlso available on CD.
European Improvisation and Experimental Forms