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Studer, Daniel (w/ Loriot / Zimmerlin / Zoubek): Extended: For Strings & Piano

Label: ezz-thetics by Hat Hut Records Ltd
Product Code: 27404
Catalog Code: ezz-thetics 1007
Country: Switzerland
 
Price: $16.95



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A live album at Kunstraum Walcheturm from Swiss double bassist Daniel Studer's quintet of strings and piano, with Harald Kimmig on violin, Frantz Loriot on viola, Alfred Zimmerlin on violoncello, and Philip Zoubek on piano, performing an inventive set of Studer compositions extending string improvisation to extremes through unorthodox structures and techniques.


Niggenkemper, Pascal: Sound Within Sound | Wuppertal Diary [2 CDs]

Label: Fitschgetau
Product Code: 26323
Catalog Code: None
Country: Germany
 
Price: $20.95



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Adventurous double bassist Pascal Niggenkemper was artist in residence at Wuppertal in the fall of 2017, presenting concerts with a diverse set of masterful improvisers from Europe and the US, excerpts of which are meticulously programmed in this 2-CD collection, organized by artistic endeavor and intent, from the spacious/introspective to wildly lively encounters; recommended.


Hubsch, Carl Ludwig: Rowetor 04 | Rowetor 03

Label: Tour de Bras
Product Code: 24074
Catalog Code: TDB9020cd
Country: Canada
 
Price: $17.95



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Ensemble leader and tuba player Carl Ludwig Hubsch created this musical concept inspired by the guitar player Keith Rowe, exploring one static sound in the ensemble, maintaining it and in the same time interacting with utmost care and openness for any necessary change, in a 22-piece ensemble of exceptional players.


HMZ (Hubsch / Martel / Zoubek): Drought

Label: Tour de Bras
Product Code: 23230
Catalog Code: TDB9017cd
Country: Canada
 
Price: $14.95



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A live performance at the Loft in Cologne, Germany, 2015 from the recording and performing trio of Carl Ludwig Hubsch on tuba & objects, Pierre Yves Martel on viola da Gamba & harmonica, and Philip Zoubek on the prepared piano, restrained yet highly active playing.


Niggenkemper, Pascal: 7eme Continent: Talking Trash

Label: Clean Feed
Product Code: 22127
Catalog Code: CF373CD
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $14.95



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With 2 clarinetists--Joris Ruhl and Joachim Badenhorst--and 2 prepared pianists--Eve Risser and Philip Zoubek--plus flutist Julian Elvira, leader/bassist Pascal Niggenkemper explores his "different twins" concept in 9 uniquely orchestrated and impressive improvisations.


Nanoschlaf: Die Trockene Familie

Label: Creative Sources
Product Code: 21571
Catalog Code: Cs290
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $15.95



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The trio of bassist Achim Tang, prepared pianist Philip Zoubek, and trombonist Matthias Muche extended with Sven Hahne on computer and Christian Thome on drums and electronics in a freely improvised electroacoustic album of subtle pacing and diverse approaches, with many of the rhythmic elements imparting a gamelan feeling.


Muche / Zoubek / Tang: Excerpts From Anything

Label: Creative Sources
Product Code: 15035
Catalog Code: CS192
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $15.95



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An acoustic trio using ea approaches in a set of distinct tracks using trombone, prepared piano and double bass, a fascinatingly diverse set of improvisations that alternately lull and jar the listener.


Fields, Scott Multiple Joyce Orchestra: Moersbow Ozzo

Label: Clean Feed
Product Code: 14995
Catalog Code: CF236
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $14.95



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A live concert of Fields' Quite Large Orchestra (aka Multiple Joyce Orchestra) with Frank Gratkowski, Christina Fuchs, Thomas Lehn, Carl Hubsch, &c. &c. performing modular compositions for improvising chamber group, plus an homage to Merzbow.