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Komuna// Warszawa

plays Luc Ferrari Tautologos III [Used Item]

Komuna// Warszawa: plays Luc Ferrari Tautologos III <i>[Used Item]</i> (Bolt)


A fascinating rendering of Ferrari's Tautology--everyday activities enacted in gesture, noises, words, &c.--used as a framework for a chamber work where the performers recorded their parts independently, which were then overlapped and played alongside Ferrari's tapes and narration.
 

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Label: Bolt
Catalog ID: BR POP11
Squidco Product Code: 21602

Format: CD
Condition: VG
Released: 2015
Country: Poland
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold 3 Panels
Recorded in Komuna// Warszawa on April 14th, 2014, Ralf Mein Ralf Meinz.

This is a USED (previously owned) item

Personnel:

Filip Rzytka-cello

Luc Ferrari-composer, tape

Edyta Jarzab-organ

Grzegorz Laszuk-organ, voice

Michal Libera-organ, voice

Ralf Meinz-organ

Wojciech Walczak-viola

Julia Kubica-violin

Alina Galazka-voice

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track listing:


1. Overture 4:00

2. Act I 5:51

3. Act II 6:09

4. ACT III 6:36

5. Coda 6:08
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Previously played Squidco store copy, used for cataloging and samples, in excellent condition.

"In 2011, the prose score of 'Tauologos III', served as framework for a chamber opera prepared in Komuna// Warszawa. Its core element consisted of three separate performances of a short fragment of Alfred Schnittke's String Trio. Violinist (Julia Kubica), violist (Wojciech Walczak) and cellist (Filip Rzytka) played their own parts of the given movement one after the other. Their performances were recorded live and finally overlapped and played back with no synchronization. The procedure was sprinkled and scattered by dance movements and lecture dealing with notions of division of labor in music informed by both sociological and musicological insights into the topic (references to Max Weber, Emile Durkheim, Jacques Attali and Christopher Small). Album release is an updated and re-recorded version of the performance and hopefully a self-explaining tautology as well."-Bolt


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