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Guionnet, Jean-Luc / Thomas Tilly: Stones, Air, Axioms / Delme [VINYL 2 LPs]

Label: Fragment Factory
Product Code: 26622
Catalog Code: [FRAG43]
Country: E.U.
 
Price: $29.95



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The 3rd phase of French sound artists Jean-Luc Guionnet & Thomas Tilly's art and research project, recorded at the Center for Contemporary Art at La Synagogue de Delme and joined by percussionist Will Guthrie, bagpiper Claude Grandjean, and violist Cyprien Busolini, creating a remarkably diverse installation of audio frequencies, voices, instrumental sections, rhythms and silence.


Guionnet, Jean-Luc / Dedalus: Distances Ouies Dites

Label: Potlatch
Product Code: 22968
Catalog Code: P416
Country: France
 
Price: $15.95



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Composer Jean-Luc Guionnet wrote "Distances ouies Dites" ("Distances: Hearsay") for the 7-piece Dedalus Ensemble, who are positioned in separate rooms at Le Consortium, each having to use the features of the room and distance from each other to confer liked musical ideas.


Sharrock, Linda The Network: They Begin To Speak [2 CDs]

Label: Improvising Beings
Product Code: 22006
Catalog Code: ib46
Country: France
 
Price: $13.95



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Improvising vocalist Linda Sharrock in a 2 CD release, one live with a sextet including trumpeter Itaru Oki and pianist Eric Zinman, one in the studio in a quartet with Derek Saw on trumpet and John Jasnoch on electric guitar, both performing the complex 3 part title track.


Denzler, Bertrand / ONCEIM: Morph

Label: Confront
Product Code: 20598
Catalog Code: ccs 37
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $13.95



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Bertrand Denzler composed this pseudo-drone work performed by the ONCEIM Orchestra, allowing the orchestra members to make decisions in order to keep the drone alive while moving within a small, pre-established musical perimeter defined by the composer.