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Eno, Brian Performed by Dedalus Ensemble

Discreet Music / Music For Airports / Tuesday Afternoon [2 CDs]

Eno, Brian Performed by Dedalus Ensemble : Discreet Music / Music For Airports / Tuesday Afternoon [ (Sub Rosa)

The French Dedalus Ensemble render three works from the ground-breaking ambient work of Brian Eno--Discreet Music (1975), Music for Airports (1978), and Thursday Afternoon (1985)--performed as an 11-piece acoustic ensemble and remaining faithful to the introspectively intelligent intention and peaceful elegance of Eno's original electronic works.
 

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Double-CD version includes eight-page booklet.

UPC: 5411867115403

Label: Sub Rosa
Catalog ID: SR 540CD
Squidco Product Code: 33031

Format: 2 CDs
Condition: New
Released: 2023
Country: Belgium
Packaging: Digipack - 3 panel w/ booklet
Recorded at The Abbaye De Sylvanes, in Aveyron, France, on November 2ns, 3rd, 4th and 5th, 2020, by Benjamin Maumus.


Personnel:



Brian Eno-compsoer

Didier Aschour-guitar, direction

Denis Chouillet-piano

Amelie Berson-flute

Fabrice Villard-clarinet

Pierre-Stephane Meuge-saxophone

Christian Pruvost-trumpet

Thierry Madiot-trombone

Silvia Tarozzi-violin

Cyprien Busolini-viola

Deborah Walker-cello

Eric Chalan-double bass, vibraphone


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Descriptions, Reviews, &c.

"With Discreet Music (1975), Music for Airports (1978), and Thursday Afternoon (1985), Brian Eno invented a new music genre, ambient music, which he defined as "able to accommodate many levels of listening attention without enforcing one in particular; it must be as ignorable as it is interesting." These versions performed and arranged by Dedalus Ensemble, according to the musicians and the critics who listened to it, goes beyond what you expect from it. A mental base that takes you far away. One of the only music without beginning or end in which we want to stay as long as possible."-Sub Rosa

Also available on vinyl LP.
Double-CD version includes eight-page booklet.

Artist Biographies

"Brian Eno, in full Brian Peter George St. John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno, (born May 15, 1948, Woodbridge, Suffolk, Eng.), British producer, composer, keyboardist, and singer who helped define and reinvent the sound of some of the most popular bands of the 1980s and '90s and who created the genre of ambient music.

While an art student in the late 1960s, Eno began experimenting with electronic music, and in 1971 he joined the fledgling band Roxy Music as keyboardist and technical adviser. A rivalry with singer Bryan Ferry led Eno to leave the group in 1973, whereupon he launched a solo career. No Pussyfooting (1973), a collaboration with guitarist Robert Fripp from King Crimson, used tape-echo and tape-delay techniques to create new sounds and reached the Top 30 in Britain. Eno's next album, Here Come the Warm Jets (1973), was soon followed by the proto-punk single "Seven Deadly Finns." In the mid-1970s Eno began developing his theory of ambient music, creating subtle instrumentals to affect mood through sound. Albums such as Discrete Music (1975), Music for Films (1978), and Music for Airports (1979) exemplified this approach.

During this period Eno also began producing albums for other artists, and his experimental approach to music making was well suited to such alternative performers as Devo, Ultravox, and David Bowie (especially on Bowie's trilogy of albums recorded primarily in Berlin). Although Eno's work was influential, it was not until his collaborations with Talking Heads and U2 that mainstream listeners became familiar with his sound, most notably on Talking Heads' Top 20 album Remain in Light (1980) and U2's chart-topping albums Unforgettable Fire (1984), The Joshua Tree (1987), and Achtung Baby (1991).

Throughout the 1990s, Eno joined a number of visual artists to provide sound tracks to installation pieces, and in 1995 he worked with Laurie Anderson on Self Storage, a series of installations housed in individual lockers at a London storage facility. Anderson provided the vocals for a track on Eno's electronic album Drawn from Life (2000), and Eno followed with a rare vocal album of his own, Another Day on Earth (2005). He returned to the producer's chair for Paul Simon's critically lauded Surprise (2006) and Coldplay's multi-platinum Viva la Vida (2008). In 2008 Eno teamed with former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne for their first collaborative effort in nearly three decades. Adopting the self-publishing model popularized by Radiohead, Byrne and Eno released Everything That Happens Will Happen Today on the Internet, where listeners could stream the entire album for free or purchase physical or digital copies directly from the artists."

-Britannica (https://www.britannica.com/biographay/Brian-Eno)
5/25/2023

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"After studying the guitar at the CNSM of Paris, Didier Aschour was awarded a prize from the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation and a scholarship from the Darmastadt Ferienkurse für Neue Musik (1992 and 1994). A committed soloist fond of contemporary music, he premieres many works written for him and performs with Ensemble 2e2m, TM+, Aleph, L'Instant Donné, Zellig and Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1996, he founded Ensemble DEDALUS, specializing in minimalist music and free instrumentation scores, with which he stands in favour of experimental contemporary music. He plays with Sejiro Murayama, Kristoff K.Roll duett, La Fanfare E. and Kasper T. Toeplitz.

As a composer, he works for dance - with choreographers such as Mathilde Monnier, Germana Civera, Patrice Barthès - and performance, imagining acoustic devices that question the relationship between music and sound phenomena.

Since 2007, he has been taking part in the Montpellier Sonorités Festival collective activities."

-Ensemble 2E2M (http://www.ensemble2e2m.com/en/page-4/bio-78-17/didier-aschour.html)
5/25/2023

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Denis Chouillet is a French pianist, known for the Dedalus Ensemble.-Squidco 5/25/2023

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"After her classical studies at the CRR in Lille, she quickly turned to the contemporary music repertoire, joining L'Instant Donné from 1994-1998, then the Ensemble Dedalus, which was particularly focused on American minimalist music.

Over the course of the encounters, the theater has become obvious to her:

She participates in shows by Sophie Le Carpentier, Agnes Delume, as well as those of La Compagnie Grand Magasin.

She plays in concert both the romantic flute, with the Trio Mario Praz (flute, viola, guitar) and, more recently, the baroque flute.

She teaches at the conservatory of Saint-Cloud."

-Les Recontres Musicales de Penmarc'h (https://rmpenmarch.com/artiste/amelie-berson/)
5/25/2023

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"Fabrice Villard is a musician who writes, or the contrary.

He is a clarinet player in the ensemble Dedalus and collaborates regularly with the ensemble Offrandes.

He teaches improvisation and non-conventional writing at the Centre de formation des musiciens intervenants d'Orsay in the programme of the Faculté Paris-Sud. He has studied and played Tom Johnson's music for over 20 years.

He develops a work of literary writing for performances mixing music and sound poetry (programmes 'A l'Improviste' on France Musique in 2017 and 2018) and solo 'word recitals'.

He sometimes responds to commissions (text entitled 'Abricadabrac', from the Musiques Démesurées festival in Clermont-Ferrand, created in November 2018, with music by Vincent Bouchot)."

-Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers (http://www.leslaboratoires.org/en/ctxnode/3250/904)
5/25/2023

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"Born in 1964 in Bordeaux, Pierre-Stéphane Meugé began studying the piano at the age of six in Vannes, Brittany. He continued his studies in harmonic analysis, acoustics, double bass, viola, saxophone, harmony, counterpoint and conducting at the Strasbourg Conservatory.

In 1986 he participated in the seminar on musical phenomenology and conducting with Sergiù Cèlibidache, a life-changing encounter along with that of Emmanuel Nunes, with whom he studied composition at the workshop of instrumental research of IRCAM. He began his studies of improvisation with Vinko Globokar, Derek Bailey and Evan Parker.

In 1988 the International Musikinstitut named him professor of saxophone for the summer courses for New Music in Darmstadt. There he frequented numerous composers, amongst them such great men as John Cage and Morton Feldman, whose influence is ever growing. BBC radio interviewed him for the show Tuningin 1992.

As a soloist, he notably performed Hot by Franco Donatoni with the Ensemble Intercontemporain at the Festival d'Automne in 2007. His numerous premieres include P.S., which Georges Aperghis dedicated to him in 2009. In addition to his work in musical theatre, he has also been active in the field of improvisation and music of our time, collaborating with dancers, actors, pantomimes and film directors.

Since 1999, Pierre-Stéphane Meugé teaches saxophone and chamber music at the Haute Ecole de Musique of Lausanne, where he also runs the workshop in contemporary music."

-Selmer Paris (https://www.selmer.fr/en/artist/pierre-stephane-meuge)
5/25/2023

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"Christian Pruvost plays in Circum Grand Orchestra, Feldspath, La Pieuvre, Flu(o) / Impression, Kaze, Christian Pruvost, Pruvost / Mahieux, Signal Box, Quartet Base, Ziph, Wabla, Moondog Madrigals, PCM Bla∫t, Intento, Le Grand Orchestre de MuzzixGenerous, insatiable and prolific musician, Christian Pruvost multiplies the cooperations for several years, whether it is in jazz, improvised music or live performing arts.Solo, (" Ipteravox " released in 2010 on Helix / Circum-Disc), he explores the spectrum of the trumpet, from the softest blowing to the strongest bursts. Playing all acoustic, he develops his repertoire very serenely, and adds some objects that bring him a wealth of extra tones. His inventiveness and the originality of his approach has taken him to perform solo in Brest, Montreuil, Paris, Besançon, Tours, Nantes, Montpellier, Amsterdam and Australia (Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane), invited by pianist Anthony Pateras.With Didier Aschour, he is a co-director of " Round the World of Sound ", creation gathering 14 musicians from the Muzzix collective and Dedalus ensemble in a work on Moondog's madrigals. He can be seen alongside Satoko Fujii, Natsuki Tamura and Peter Orins in the spectacular franco-japanese quartet Kaze (2 albums and several tours in Japan, Israel, and in the USA/Canada since 2011, and a Japanese tour in preparation for september 2014).In a new project called PCM Bla∫t, Christian Pruvost surrounds himself with Maxime Morel (tuba) and Samuel Carpentier (trombone). Together they explore many repertoires - from medieval music to the composers of the XXIst century - but also improvised forms ; altogether in a theatrical and experimental approach. He is also a member of Circum Grand Orchestra, which releases its third album composed by Christophe Hache in 2014, and la Pieuvre, the improvisation orchestra conducted by Olivier Benoit.Blowing masseur in Ziph (collective of individual balloon-membrane horns and creator of the concept of sound massages), he also takes part in the Wabla project with Thierry Madiot, Yanik Miossec and David Bausseron. He can be seen in duo with bass player Nicolas Mahieux, in Flu(o), Arsis quartet, in the orchestra of Zoone Libre collective Vazytouille and in two shows carried by la Cie Générale d'Imaginaire [dukõne] and [ nu ].Collaborations with Axel Dörner, Olivier Benoit, Jérémie Ternoy, Nicolas Mahieux, Otomo Yoshihide, Mina Small, Sean Baxter, Benoît Delbecq, Alain Gibert, Carole Rieussec, Roger Cochini, Sophia Domancich, Giovanna Marini, Didier Levallet, Lucia Recio, Li Ping Ting, Patricia Kuypers, Thierry Madiot, Sophie Agnel, Satoko Fuji, Natsuki Tamura, Jérôme Noetinger, Benjamin Duboc, Didier Lasserre, Makoto Sato, Lionel Marchetti, Cor Fuhler, John Edwards, Tony Buck, Daunik Lazro..."-Muzzix (http://muzzix.info/Pruvost?lang=en)
5/25/2023

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"Thierry Madiot French parisian sound artist

a breather, inventor of instruments and collector of accessories, sound massage maker and trombonist who furrows the improvise and the contemporary music and leads musical time by a perpetual transgression with a true direction of improvisation and the deep interest in collaborations.

He is near of the "Instants chavirés team" until the beginning (18 years) where he organize a lot of concerts, performances and last years a festival "ça vaut jamais le réel". He work a lot too until ten years with CCAM, musical scene of the well known Vandoeuvre festival of experimental music "musique action international" in East France.

He work recently with Le Quan Ninh, Thomas Lehn, Malcolm Goldstein, Jim Denley, Matthias Kaul, Axel Dörner, Seijiro Murayama, Tom Johnson (recording)...

He was invit by Derek Bailey in 1993 at "the company week" at the place theater in London with Ikue Mori Phil Minton ...

Improvised and composed Music with or without texts, images, dance, in solo or with for ea those musicians and artists: Frédéric Acquaviva, Sophie Agnel, Noël Akchoté, Steve Arguelles, Didier Aschour, Derek Bailey, Richard Barrett, Pascal Battus, Claude Barthelemy, Christoph Baumann, Olivier Benoit, Frédéric Blondy, Jaap Blonk, Pierre Boesflug, Raymond Boni, Hélène Breschand, Hans Burgener, Don Byron, Jean-François Canape, Mathieu Chamagne, Fabrice, Laurent et Xavier Charles, Denis Charolles, Bruno Chevillon, Denis Colin, François Corneloup, Pablo Cueco, Roland Dahinden, Laurent Dehors, Benoit Delbecq, Caroline Delume, Axel Dörner, Quentin Dubost, Marc Ducret, Daniel Erdmann, Jean-Christophe Feldhandler, Esther Ferrer, Alexander Frangenheim, Stéphane Garin, Anne Garrigues, Olivier Gelpe, Christian Germain, François Guell, Jean-Luc Guionnet, Olivia Grandville, Kamal Hamadache, Günter Heinz, Jean-Pierre Jullian, Kristoff Kroll, Franck Lambert, Daunik Lazro, Le Quan Ninh, Urs Leimgruber, Didier Levallet, George E Lewis, Joëlle Léandre, Ramon Lopez, Kamel Maad, Alain Mahé, Jean-Michel Marchetti, Lionel Marchetti, Jim Meneses, Phil Minton, Yanik Miossec, Jean-Marc Montera, Ikue Mori, Seijiro Murayama, Theo Nabicht, Michael Nick, Jérôme Noetinger, Annick Nozati, Stéphane Oliva, Guillaume Orti, Evan Parker, Didier Petit, Emmanuel Petit, Ulrich Philipp, Dominique Répécaud, Margritt Rieben, Stéphane Rives, Jean-Pierre Robert, Yves Robert, Carol Robinson, Felix Rückert, Joël Ryan, Camel Zekri, Alexander von Schlippenbach, Jacques Siron, Alfred Spirli, Claude Tchamitchian, Patricio Villaroël, Bert Wrede, Carlos Zingaro ...

Last years Works: "In-ouïr" (performances in duet with dancer Li-Ping Ting), "Lo" with Pascal Battus and Seiji Murayama, "Rekmazladzep" with Dominique Répécaud, Daunik Lazro and Camel Zekri, duo with Alfred Spirli, " In sonoris Causa " of Daunik Lazro, " Garazi ", ", Informo live revue and "Ziph" Tub ensemble with " le Crime ". He ground in collaboration with Pascal Battus the " sound massages " cf http://soundmassage.free.fr wich is not a new age experience but an individual art sound concert with tiny object near the ears.

And work with a air compressor and long telescopic tubes on an sound installation (without electronics)

It's happen for example at "Musique Action" Scène nationale de Vandoeuvre, at Fondation Cartier, at Le Mans Europa festival, Musée de Tourcoing, de Villeneuve d'Asq, in Le tipi centre Georges Pompidou, at Banlieues Bleues, at la Company Week 93, WIM Bern, at Instants Chavirés, at Cyclop of Jean Tinguely, at festivals "Musiques en scène" de Lyon, "Fruits de Mhere", Asprojazz, Polysonneries in Lyon, de Mulhouse, "Densités", "Ouverture Danse" in Marseille, "Ecoute si il pleut" in Rouen, de jazz de Grenoble, d'Apt, in la Seyne sur mer, "Xiru", Ixtaxou, Jazz au fil de l'eau, in Lausanne, at Geneve AMR, "Humanoise", "Résonances" in Saint Nazaire, "Poésie Mode d'emploi" in Béssèges, "Audio Frames" Lille 2004, Rurart... In Germany, England, Belgium, Antigua, Armenia, Belgium, Congo, Espana, Finland, Italia, Algeria, Lebanon, Sweden, Swiss, Taiwan and of course France. He ground some experimental art production associations, Astrolab, In-ouïr, Topophonie" or Informo. He had been invited by collectives as LMC of London, Le Crime/ Malterie in Lille, Wim Bern, Wie of Wiesbaden, ARFI of Lyon, Emil 13 Nancy... Organize the festival In ouïr "Ca vaut jamais le réel" until 2004 to 2009 at Instants Chavirés.(Ben Patterson, Roi Vaara, Malcolm Goldstein, Luiz Enrique Yudo, Esther Ferrer, Tom Johnson, Serge Pey, Julyen Hamilton...) He also play often some modern written music in various group as Dedalus (dedicated to minimal music) or Hiatus (dedicated to improvised and written music) as John Cage, Tom Johnson, Giancinto Scelsi, Vinko Globokar, Dieter Schnebel, Pierre Jodlovsky Jean-Christophe Feldhandler, Art Clay, quatuor Hélios, Pascale Criton."

-Thierry Madiot Website (http://madiot.free.fr/spip.php?article109)
5/25/2023

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"Silvia Tarozzi (1975) is a violinist, performer and improviser.

She obtained her diplomas at the Bologna and Rovigo conservatories (Italy), specialising under Master Enzo Porta (with whom she went on to establish a violin duo for a short and lucky period). Subsequently, she moved to Paris, where she studied with Jeanne Marie Conquer (Ensemble Intercontemporain) and Patrick Bismuth (baroque violin).

Her research on sound and instrumental gestures, fuelled by her own experience as an improviser, finds expression through several collaborations with composers.

She writes music for her own musical projects.

A few recent collaborations:

"Scrap" for violin and interactive electronics, by the Korean composer Hyun-Wa Cho, performed at the IRCAM institute in Paris;Original music for the contemporary dance production "DONC", for one violinist and four dancers, for Sylvain Groud's dance company;Original music for the poetry reading/concert "21 a Primavera", with poems written by Alda Merini and read by the actress Margherita Zanardi;

She plays violin with the Ensemble Dedalus, which boasts collaborations with many American and European composers (Christian Wolff, Alvin Lucier, Phill Niblock, Jürg Frey, Michael Pisaro, Jean-Luc Guilonnet, etc.). With the Ensemble Dedalus she also recorded the "Rational Melodies" by American composer Tom Johnson for New World Records.

She plays in a duo with Massimo Simonini (prepared theremin) (Hagen Festival, Santarcangelo dei Teatri, Mantica) and collaborated with him in writing and performing the music for the show "L'uccello di fuoco" by Chiara Guidi (Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio).

In 2010 she wrote the music for the video "Supermamie" by Thomas Mailaender, commissioned by the festivals Act'Oral (Marsiglia) and Sonorités (Montpellier).

Since 2011 she collaborates with composer Éliane Radigue. In 2012 she performed the world premiere of "Occam II" for solo violin and "Occam Delta I" for quartet (AngelicA Festival, Bologna), and "Occam River II" for violin and cello and "Occam Delta III" for violin, viola and cello in 2013 (Fragment Festival, Metz).

In 2010 she started a collaboration with composer Pascale Criton on the composition "Circle Process", which will be performed at the Musique Action Festival in Nancy and at Biennale Venezia Musica 2012.

Since 2012, she coordinates the activities of the "Piccolo Coro Angelico" choir: a vocal research and experimentation project for children, held at the Centre for Music Research - Teatro San Leonardo (Bologna, IT)."

-Silvia Tarozzi Website (http://www.silviatarozzi.it/biography/)
5/25/2023

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"Cyprien Busolini: violist Born in 1978. After classical studies of viola, Cyprien Busolini focuses mainly on contemporary repertoire and improvisation. He obtained a first viola prize at the CNR Rueil-Malmaison in the class of Françoise Gneri, then he perfected with P.Faure and P.H.Xuereb. His great interest in contemporary music and especially new works allows him to work with many composers like L.Naon, HULehmann, T.Johnson, JLGuionnet ... He has also played or created some of their solo pieces or sets. Improvisation allows him to work on other sound fields and to explore his instrument in a more personal way, notably on non-melodic and non-harmonic parameters but more focused on the matter of sound. Regularly, he works with dancers, actors, either in improvisation or for shows whose musical part he elaborates. On the other hand, he occasionally runs improvisation workshops for children. He currently plays in different ensembles, Dedalus, Onceim, and various groups of improvisation as well as in the whole Fratres, old music ensemble on old instruments. He has made several solo or Dedalus ensemble recordings, the Diagonal ensemble, but also with Garth Knox and various improvisational discs."

-Cyprien Busolini Website (Translated by Google) (http://www.cyprienbusolini.com/projets_-_bio_files/bio%20c.Busolini.pdf)
5/25/2023

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"Deborah Walker is a new music performer and improviser based in Paris. She was born in Reggio Emilia, Italy, in 1981 and studied cello in her hometown. After graduating she moved to Paris to continue her cello studies with Agnès Vesterman and Anssi Karttunen. Since 2007 she is a member of Dedalus, a variable ensemble which plays experimental and contemporary music, who has collaborations, among others, with Tom Johnson, Pascale Criton, Christian Wolff, Antoine Beuger and Jurg Frey.

Deborah Walker has collaborated with artists like Joëlle Leandre, Markus Stockhausen, Garrett List and Teri Weikel. She's currently working with composers Pascale Criton and Eliane Radigue in pieces for solo cello or small ensembles. She has played in many festivals such as I Suoni delle Dolomiti, Italia Wave, ZKN in Karlsruhe, Festival d'Avignon, Festival Nomad in M'Hamid (Morocco), Ze Couch (New York) and tours regularly around Europe. She also takes part in theater, dance and circus performances, both as composer and performer. Deborah is doing a Master in Sound and Music Composition at the University of Paris 8 (St. Denis). Her recordings include works by Tom Johnson played by the Dedalus Ensemble (New World), a live recording of the intuitive music quintet Flowers of Now(21st Records) as well as Frammenti di Scrittura Prematura (Imprint Records) and Imagine Book (ILDE)."

-euromicrofest (https://euromicrofest.wordpress.com/2013/05/06/deborah-walker-cellist/)
5/25/2023

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Eric Chalan is a French double bass player, known for the groups Ensemble Dedalus, Ensemble Intercontemporain, Nouvel Ensemble Instrumental Du Conservatoire National Supérieur De Paris, and Tango Futur.

-Discogs (https://www.discogs.com/artist/910014-Eric-Chalan)
5/25/2023

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Track Listing:



CD1



1. Tuesday Afternoon 16:48

2. Discreet Music 17:52

CD2



1. Music For Airports 1 17:18

2. Music For Airports 2 14:34

3. Music For Airports 3 11:43

4. Music For Airports 4 12:34

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