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Palawa (Weschenfelder / Behrendt / Roth): Lichtexzesse (Creative Sources)

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Mark Weschenfelder-alto saxophone, megaphone

Konni Behrendt-electric guitar

Steffen Roth-percussion


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UPC: 5609063404036

Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs403
Squidco Product Code: 23916

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2017
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded on September 28th, 2015 and March 15th, 2016, by Max Pauls.

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Artist Biographies

German saxophonist and clarinetist Mark Weschenfelder is a member of groups Kite, Peuker8, and noah.punkt.

-Squidco 2/16/2024

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Konni Behrendt is a guitarist and composer from Magdeburg. He studied at the University of Music "Carl Maria von Weber" in Dresden and played in a variety of formations, where he emphasized his own distinction, especially through stylistic and aural diversity from traditional genres. In 2010, one of his works was awarded the first prize of the Composition Competition of the Dresden University of Music.

-Squidco / Plug 'n Play (http://www.plugnplayschool.de/schule/lehrer/wof/konni.html)
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German drummer Steffen Roth is a member of Weschenfelder/Strauch/Moritz/Roth, Julia Kadel Trio, and has recorded for Blue Note and Verve Records.

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Track Listing:



1. Tladl Grak 4:33

2. Zweigchen Verweig Zweig Ast 8:17

3. Brachland im Hintergrund 6:06

4. Signale, Die Desertieren 8:08

5. Irres Schweigen 4:11

6. War WasSchreit Wer Oder Ist Nichts 3:58

7. Lichtexzesse 4:28

8. Awol 5:12

9. Ich Bin, Du Mein, Ist Es Nicht 8:03

10. Vom Wuchem 9:13

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Improvised Music
Free Improvisation
European Improvisation, Composition and Experimental Forms
Trio Recordings

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