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Ensemble Phoenix Basel & Jerome Noetinger: Les Voix De L'Invisible  [VINYL] (Bocian)

Jerome Noetinger was commissioned by the Ensemble Phoenix Basel, a challenge for a non-notational conceptualist, which he accepted, creating this work in collaboration with the Ensemble, and based on the book by Pascal Quignard, "La haine de la musique" (The hate of music).
 

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Label: Bocian
Catalog ID: BC NxP
Squidco Product Code: 22669

Format: LP
Condition: New
Released: 2016
Country: Poland
Packaging: LP
Recorded live at Gare du Nord in Basel, Switzerland on June 14th and 15th, 2013, by Alex Buess.


Personnel:

Jerome Noetinger-Revox tape machines

Christoph Bosch-flute

Toshiko Sakakibara-clarinet

Raphael Camenisch-saxophone

Samuel Wettstein-synthesizer

Maurizio Grandinetti-electric guitar

Aleksander Gabrys-doublebass

Daniel Buess-percussion, electronics

Thomas Peter-electronics

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SIDE A



1. Les Voix De L'Invisible

SIDE B



1. Les Voix De L'Invisible




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"In June 2012, Ensemble Phoenix Basel commissioned me to create a work for them to play. It was the first time in my life I had received such a request. After several months of reflection, I accepted and began working on a way of communicating a music with other musicians. Not knowing classical notation, I decided to do what I do know: that being, working with recording and loops, and thereafter, ask the musicians to play by ear. After a first session, having their interpretations in mind, I could reorganise it all taking into account the physical limits of each instrument. I am very happy with this experience and warmly thank everyone in the Ensemble Phoenix for having made this possible. The title, Les voix de l'invisible (The voice of the invisible) is inspired by Pascal Quignard's book, "La haine de la musique" (The hate of music)."-Bocian


Artist Biographies:

"Born April 1966, in Marseille, Jérôme Noetinger discovered experimental music under the influence of the Déficit Des Années Antérieures in Caen. Composer/improviser/sound artist working with electroacoustic devices. Composing sometimes musique concrete in the studio, and performing improvised music using electroacoustic devices such as: the reel to reel tape recorder Revox A77 and magnetic tape, analogue synthesisers, mixing desks, speakers, microphones, various electronic household objects and home-made electronica. Performing both solo and in ensembles, and collaborating often, and touring extensively internationally. Director of Metamkine, non-profit organisation dedicated to the distribution of improvised and electroacoustic music, which operates with an on-line mail order catalogue. Member of editorial committee of quarterly journal of contemporary sound, poetry and performance, Revue & Corrigée since 1987 Studied electronic music under the direction of Xavier Garcia from 1986 -1988 at COREAM in Fontaine. Organises studio workshops and conferences around such subjects as: musique concrete, improvisation, audiovisual experiments, questions of distribution and production. Active in the international music network since 1984 working with music, dance, films and painting Member of 102 rue d'Alembert, programming coordinator of exhibitions, concerts and experimental cinema from 1989 -1998 [bio continues...]"

-Echoraum (http://www.echoraum.at/bios/jnoetinger.htm)
5/19/2017

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