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Wodrascka / Lacoste: Erythro (Creative Sources)

"The pianist Christine Wodrascka and the percussionist Jerome Lacoste, in forty-eight minutes and thirteen pieces of remarkably well-constructed works, offer a whole panorama of sounds, articulations, vibrations, timbres, crazy pulsatio...
 

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UPC: 5609063403770

Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs377
Squidco Product Code: 23885

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2016
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Cardboard foldover
Recorded by Patrick Arpaillange.


Personnel:

Christine Wodrascka-piano

Jerome Lacoste-percussion

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track listing:


1. Shaolin Sl 1:21

2. Reve Il 4:21

3. Erythro 6:21

4. Hokusai 3:55

5. La Pierre Jaune 3:41

6. Manga No 3:54

7. Erichtho 1:39

8. Plu Bailey 6:54

9. Wei Wu Wei 1:42

10. Isa 5:31

11. Ryokan 3:30

12. Mononoke 2:58

13. Taigi 2:50
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Improvised Music
Free Improvisation
European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
Piano & Keyboards
Percussion & Drums
Duo Recordings
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"The pianist Christine Wodrascka and the percussionist Jerome Lacoste, in forty-eight minutes and thirteen pieces of remarkably well-constructed works, offer a whole panorama of sounds, articulations, vibrations, timbres, crazy pulsations ... The piano is carefully prepared, filled with objects And hammered beyond the reasonable, its timbres and resonances entangled in the percussive proliferation. After the furious obstinato of the second piece, Shaolin Si, comes the hovering sounds of the cymbals with the bow and the ethereal vibration of a great gong supendu supplemented by the deep rumble of the depths of the great piano. Total symbiosis worthy of the best AMM! The fourth movement, Hokusai, is intended to be mobile, volatile with the keyboard and sharpened with metallic percussions, punctuated by a big drunk and thundering drum. The gestures of the instrumentalists shake literally and make the objects that clutter the piano and the drums resound. The number five, La Pierre Jaune, solicits the violent scraping of the cordiers of the carcass and the expressive and moving sawing of a twisted cymbal resonating on a skin. From a sound point of view, one is thoroughly free music that does not hesitate to put forward the unusual sound possibilities with a real expressive force as did Paul Lytton and Paul Lovens three or four decades ago . What is fortunate is that their duo owes nothing to anyone. They chose to distinguish the sound atmosphere and the musical content for each of the pieces, which are all really successful. Focused on the richness of sounds rather than the articulation of phrases, arpeggios and bearings. We hear voices haunting the frictions of percussion and the creaking of the strings. In the very short 7, Erichtho, it is a delirious harp which asserts itself produced on the strings of the piano. And the next piece brings something new again. Divergent instrumental ensembles are combined and combined with each other, creating a surprise. Inthe end, Erythro is a wonderful album and among the most interesting for the pleasure of listening and discovery. Excellent from start to finish."-Jean-Michel van Schouwburg, Orynx (translated with Google Translate)


 
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