London Improviser Orchestra peer Jacques Foschia in a double CD of solo clarinet works extending the instrument's range, performed in the studio & live in Brussels & London.
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Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: CS108
Squidco Product Code: 9673
Format: 2 CDs
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Solo recorded by Johan Vandermaelen at Amplus Studio August 20, 2006; Live 1 recorded by Cyrille Flament (Brussels) September 9, 2007; Live 2 recorded by Tim Fletcher at the flea pit (London) November 7, 2007
Jacques Foschia-bass & e-flat clarients, home made clarinet on "Ara"Grasp
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CD 1: Solo
1. Grasp 6:06
2. Iris 4:16
3. Unzip 4:26
4. Slopes 4:25
5. Entractuel 2:23
6. Puff pull 4:29
7. Phoenix 5:54
8. Indocile 6:15
9. Noodly way 5:39
10. Ara 2:47
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London Improviser Orchestra peer Jacques Foschia in a double CD of solo clarinet works extending the instrument's range, preformed in the studio & live in Brussels & London.
"Belgian improviser, composer, and radio artist Jacques Foschia began his investigation in different fields of improvisation by exploring the relationship dance/music with the American bass player Barre Phillips. Since 2000 he joined the colorful and innovative band "London Improvisers Orchestra". He has since developed collaborations with experimental groups from the London improvisation scene, such as the Bohman brothers, Robert Jarvis, Lawrence Casserley, David Leahy, Tony Marsh, David Thucker etc... He founded the Belgian/German band "Canaries on the Pole" with acclaimed musicians Irmer, Wissel, Goyvaerts. He is also involved with radio art work, producing radio pieces under several names for few international radio nets (Kunstradio ORF, Radia FM, Silenceradio) and has been working from some years on streamed and live performances with the japanese philosopher, activist and radio artist Tetsuo Kogawa. As the main founder of "La brocante sonore" (an experimental group concept including guitar, shoe shine cleaner, sound samplings), he's performing with transmitters and his vintage shortwaves valves receivers."-Creative Sources
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