"An invitation into our perceptual periphery, where noise(s) — and perhaps we — can be somewhat disobedient" read the liner notes to Colombian composer Sergio Cote Barco's sound work, three compositions from extreme minimalism and silence to rich sound, each varying the topography and envelopes of sound, ostensibly performed by "electronic music".
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Label: Edition Wandelweiser Records
Catalog ID: EWR 2010
Squidco Product Code: 30314
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold 3 Panels
Recorded in Bogota, Columbia, in March, 2020, by the artist.
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"Sergio Cote studied composition in Bogota, Colombia (2006-2011) in the Javeriana University with Guillermo Gaviria and Carlos Julio Ramirez. In 2015 he undertook his Master's degree in composition at the Royal Northern College of Music Manchester, UK, under the tutelage of David Horne and Adam Gorb. He has had additional lessons with Magnus Lindberg, Brian Ferneyhough, Javier Torres-Maldonado, and Pierluigi Billone. His music has been performed and commissioned worldwide by ensembles such as International Ensemble Modern Academy, Neopercusión, Taller-Sonoro, Mise-en Ensemble, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, and the National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia; and soloist as Juanjo Guillem, Marco Ignoti and Silvia Lucas. He has been awarded the Colombian National Prize for Young Composers (2011), the Royal Northern College of Music Gold Medal, and the Scholarship to the Creation of Contemporary Music awarded by the Colombian Ministry of Culture in 2014. His is currently enrolled in the DMA in composition at Cornell University studying with Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri and Kevin Ernste."-Cornell University (https://music.cornell.edu/sergio-cote-barco)
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1. 01 34:00
2. 02 43:00
3. 03 5:00
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Sergio Cote Barco (1987)
"You are invited to play this album using loudspeakers, choosing a comfortable and constant volume level.
Pink Noise(s) In Prime Numbers is an invitation into our perceptual periphery, where noise(s) — and perhaps we — can be somewhat disobedient."-Liner notes
"[...] With 'Pink Noise (s) in Prime Numbers', Cote Barco puts the listener to the test. What we hear is noise, first very softly then at a somewhat higher volume and no more than that, the type of album that many people will wonder whether this still falls under music. And yet, there is a lot to enjoy. For example, I associate part one with a constantly flowing brook, on the banks of which you can sit and muse, and part two with gusts of wind and downpours, separated by long silences. There is no progression, just a change in the volume. The first part takes half an hour, the second more than forty minutes and the third five. So we are almost an hour and a half on the road with noise, so only suitable for the go-getters among us. But do you belong to that group and can you surrender to it,then there is a great rest. [...]"-Ben Taffijn, New Nuts
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