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Grady, Spencer / Fermata Ark / Mark Wastell: Thus : Excerpts From A Smaller Work
Grady, Spencer / Fermata Ark / Mark Wastell:
Thus : Excerpts From A Smaller Work

(Confront -- UK )


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UK sound artist Fermata Ark, aka Harry Smith, composed this work from improvisations recorded by Mark Wastell performing on cello, double bass and harmonium, and Spencer Grady performing on 5-string banjo, ebow, violin bow and brass slide, creating an extended work of immersive and mesmerizing textures and tones, sounds rising and falling in sublime and passionate ways.

Seen, The: For Sake Of Joy Of Study Of Oneself Together
Seen, The:
For Sake Of Joy Of Study Of Oneself Together

(Confront -- UK )


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Inspired by a work by John Stevens from 1991, Mark Wastell developed this work merging narration and improvisation by transcribing the text from Steven's performance, preseanted here by an electroacoustic ensemble including Phil Durrant, Dominic Lash, Bertrand Denzler, Jennifer Allum &c, yielding an enveloping and fascinatingly mysterious piece presented in two versions.

Virtual Company (Fell / Wastell / Bailey / Gaines): Virtual Company
Virtual Company (Fell / Wastell / Bailey / Gaines):
Virtual Company

(Confront -- UK )


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IST, configured as the duo of double bassist Simon H. Fell and cellist/percussionist Mark Wastell, performing a virtual quartet at London's Cafe OTO, using using pre-recorded fragments of solo work from late guitarist Derek Bailey and tap dancer Will Gaines, combined with sections of silence of unforeseeable length, and then combined with the live musicians; amazing.

Cooper, Mike / Mark Wastell: Sound Mirrors
Cooper, Mike / Mark Wastell:
Sound Mirrors

(Confront -- UK )


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Lapsteel guitarist and electronic artist Mike Cooper and percussionist Mark Wastell, employing a paiste 32" tam tam and a shruti box, pay homage to the large acoustic sound mirrors used in Britain from 1916 to 1930 as an early form or radar, each of their detailed improvisation referencing one of the locations on the British south and northeast coasts.

Eastley, Max / Fergus Kelly / Mark Wastell: The Map Is Not The Territory
Eastley, Max / Fergus Kelly / Mark Wastell:
The Map Is Not The Territory

(Confront -- UK )


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The 8th release on Confront's Core series of factory-pressed CDs brings together improvisers Max Eastley, Fergus Kelly and Mark Wastell, employing electroacoustic devices, invented instruments, metal percussion, a piano frame and tam tam to create a rich and mysterious sound world, darkly hopeful emanations in a nighttime traversal across unknown lands.

Andersen, Arild / Clive Bell / Mark Wastell: Tales Of Hackney
Andersen, Arild / Clive Bell / Mark Wastell:
Tales Of Hackney

(Confront -- UK )


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World instrumentation of shakuhachi, thai flute, shinobue, thai mouth organ, and shruti box blends with western orchestration of double bass, percussion and electronics as Clive Bell, Arild Andersen, and Mark Wastell come together in the studio after their well-received concert at Cafe Oto in London to develop these beautifully lyrical improvisations.

Collusion Duo (Nick Smith / Mark Wastell): Refraction
Collusion Duo (Nick Smith / Mark Wastell):
Refraction

(Confront -- UK )


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Violinist and percussionist Nick Smith, having access to St. Mary's Church at Great Baddow for music performance and rehearsals, made his first use of the space in 1996 in a duo with Mark Wastell on violincello, preparations and percussion, where they used the acoustics of the church to enhance their detailed and absorbing improvisations.

BEFOREHAND (Lazaridou / Wastell): Live at Hundred Years Gallery
BEFOREHAND (Lazaridou / Wastell):
Live at Hundred Years Gallery

(Confront -- Great Britain )


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The duo of Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga on zither and Mark Wastell on his electronics set including bowls and shruti box, formed for the release concert for Angharad Davies' "Six Studies" in 2014, recording this excellent improvised dialog of rich and unusual sound.

 
Ist (Davies / Fell / Wastell):
Consequences (of Time and Place)

(Confront -- Great Britain )


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ist (The Improvising String Trio) of Rhodri Davies (harp), Simon H. Fell (bass) and Mark Wastell (violincello) performing at The Natural Music Club in London, 1997, using unorthodox techniques in indeterminate systems and free improvisation for fascinating results.

Davis, Matt / Phil Durrant / Mark Wastell: Confront Collectors Series
Davis, Matt / Phil Durrant / Mark Wastell:
Confront Collectors Series

(Confront -- Great Britain )


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Re-issue of one of the earliest Confront releases, the trio of trumpeter Matt Davis, violinist Phil Durrant and cellist Mark Wastell performing subtle and sophisticated free improvisation at St. Michael's and All Angels church, Chiswick, London in 2000.

Sealed Knot, The (Beins / Davies / Wastell): and we disappear
Sealed Knot, The (Beins / Davies / Wastell):
and we disappear

(Another Timbre -- UK )


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For a decade this trio has created some of the most interesting electroacoustic improvisation, captured in a 38 minute performance at the Ear We Are Festival in Biel, Switzerland, 2007.

 
Scotch Of St James, The:
Live at Amplify 2004

(Confront -- Great Britain )


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Tim Barnes on snare drum and amplification and Mark Wastell on amplified textures, tuned metal, making small, mostly unidentifiable sounds with a Cage-style open flair.



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