Extraordinary free electro-acoustic improvisations from this active German quintet.
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Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: CS099
Squidco Product Code: 8800
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded at Amann-Studios, Vienna on November 25, 2006
Bernd Klug-electric doublebass
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• Show Bio for Gloria Damijan
"First piano lessons with 6 years
1992 student at the music school Strasshof (Lower Austria)
1998 student at the Prayner Conservatory Vienna
Since 2002 student at the University for Music and dramatic Art Vienna.
Since 2003 member of ctrl
2006 making first diploma in IGP-piano-classical music (Education for becoming high qualificated piano-teacher)
Actually studying for making IGP-Masterdiploma
Assistent teacher for piano at the Prayner Conservatory."-Creative Sources (http://creativesourcesrec.com/creative_artists.html)
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1. Bionik Supersonic 3:25
2. Als Wir Die Karotten Schaelten, Vergasen Wir Den Haferbrei 2:35
3. Strg C Strg V / Kopieren Macht Spass 4:19
4. Nie Mehr Schilling 3:47
5. String Strong Strange 5:56
6. Ueblicherweise 3:10
7. MOntag Bis FReitag 3:08
8. Sunburns 5:15
9. UUhU 4:55
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"Extraordinary line-ups are nothing unusual, just as little as improvising ensembles are extraordinary. There is plenty of everything. As well there is plenty of nothing. But to name the 'not-yet' in the present musically is a rare art. That's exactly what ctrl succeeds in. ctrl explores the extra- in the ordinary, discovers what's special in the general and enables us to experience the unknown in what we (seem to) know. This is where the sacredness of everyday grind and the power of anticipation rules. ctrl means to ask, to think, to dare: and all that refreshingly neurotical, plasmatic, subtle, consistent."-Burkhard Stangl, from the liner notes
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