Karkowski / Huhta / Akerlund - A Bird In The Hand Is Worth Two In The Bush

Karkowski / Huhta / Akerlund - A Bird In The Hand Is Worth Two In The Bush

Katalog: Musik
EAN: 5411867114024
Bestellnummer: 6711402
Veröffentlichung: 12.02.2016
Set-Inhalt: 2
Limitierung: Nein
Genre: Soundtrack/Filmmusik
Verpackung: DigiPak
Format: CD
Label: Sub Rosa
Anbieter: Quatermass SPRL
Preiscode: 280
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Zbigniew Karkowski (* 17. März 1958 in Krakau, Polen, † 12. Dezember 2013 in Peru) war ein... mehr
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Zbigniew Karkowski (* 17. März 1958 in Krakau, Polen, † 12. Dezember 2013 in Peru) war ein avantgardistischer Komponist und Musiker im Bereich der elektronischen und elektro-akustischen Musik. Er beschäftigte sich hauptsächlich mit radikaler elektronischer Flächenklanggestaltung und verstand seine Musik als Einspruch gegen die akademische Neue Musik, die ihre Wurzeln aus dem 19. Jahrhundert nicht loswerde. A Bird In The Hand Is Worth Two In The Bush markiert seine letzten Aufnahmen.



This record should be seen not so much as a tribute to Zbigniew Karkowski than as an ongoing concern to further his work and thinking as they were when he was alive, reacting, and questioning, uncompromisingly. Nevertheless, these are his final recordings, which he made- a homecoming of sorts - in Sweden, at EMS Studios in Stockholm, with his friends Jean-Louis Huhta and Lark Akerlund. Late november 2013. a reminiscence from the 1980s, the creation of the label Radium 226.05 by Carl Michael von Hausswolff, their brotherhood intact. Places where he became what he was. The first recordings and the last ones- after having taken over the world. andfrom there, again, he decided to head out to sea, to the Amazon, taking control of the final hours of his destiny. and that will be the topic- if our own destiny allows it - of another adventure. For nothing stops and everything carries on under guises none of us could possibly have imagined.






Tracks:
CD1 Serge Piece/ 22 April 2013 / 42'37 CD2 Drone Piece/ 24 November / 42'33