[microsound-announce] Bowindo Recordings announces 4 NEW releases!
d.sciajno at tiscali.it
Tue Mar 31 04:34:15 EDT 2009
italian independent label of
contemporary + experimental electroacoustic music
announces 4 NEW releases!
Ordering is now easier than ever!
You can order the CD directly form Bowindo website:
or you can order them at our one and only official worldwide
Digital Downloads are also available through the likes of: iTunes,
eMusic, Amazon, LastFM!
[BW09] Doves Days in Palermo
Domenico Sciajno plays duets with
Andreas Wagner, Robin Hayward, Tez, Kim Cascone, Gianni Gebbia,
Thomas Lehn, Gene Coleman
Jerome Noetinger writes on Metamkine Catalogue About Doves Days in
Palermo: " ... L'improvisation pour matériau et au final sept pièces
entre musique concréte et musique électronique. Diverses, soutenues
Frans de Ward writes on Vital Weekly about Doves Days in Palermo:
" ... I thought that especially the mixtures of real instruments
with the laptop of Sciajno was quite nice. These pieces had a nice
sense of free improvisation and microscopic bleeps and hiss..."
Sequenza for Ensemble of 16 elements
Composed by Domenico Sciajno in 1999
Instrumentation: flute, harp, voice, piano, trombone, viola, Oboe,
violin, clarinet, trumpet, guitar, basson, accordion, alto and
soprano sax, contrabbasso
Jeremy Kerns, writes on Ampersand about Sequens: "... this one blew
me away - a concept plunderphonics album taht works brilliantly
[...] Here Sciajno shows his mastery of how to overlap, superimpose
and separate the tracks in a counterpoint [...]. What could have
been a mishmash of sound becomes a strong modern chamber work through
the combination of Berio's original composition and the skill of
Sciajno. [...] this collaboration between two composers is
astounding - Sciajno has remained completely faithful to Berio's
compositions by 'merely' cutting/pasting them (and his own sequence
fits) and created a new Berio work which was always there but never
drawn out". Read the full review here
Kim Cascone [Laptop]
Domenico Sciajno [Max/Msp + Live Processing]
Frans de Ward writes on Vital Weekly about Hyaline: "... Both are in
fine shape here... It moves away from the free laptop play ground, of
letting sounds run wild and free, but the five pieces sound
composed... instead all [is] live and without editing, which is hard
to believe... A solid work all around, two highly skilled masters at
Jerome Noetinger writes on Metamkine Catalogue about Hyaline: " ...
Des masses évolutives, du brassage électronique, un ressac
acoustique, de l'essorage numérique, bref un brin d'néo-ambient et
beaucoup d'ectoplasmes nerveux et bien gaulés ; musique improvisée
électronique s'il en est.
Gene Coleman [Bass Clarinet]
Domenico Sciajno [Max/Msp + Live processing]
Frans de Ward writes on Vital Weekly about Diospyros: "... Four
pieces of highly improvised music here, where Coleman plays the
instrument and Sciajno picks up the sound and processes it in real
time... the first two tracks are highly free pieces of music in which
both the clarinet and the laptop produces an endless amount loose
sounds. In 'Granadilla' however Sciajno waves together longer
sustaining sounds and Coleman adds likewise longer sustaining
clarinet sounds on top and it results in a powerful, intense piece of
SPECIAL OFFER! Replying to this mail can have a special price buying
the 4 above releases
in a single order: 35,00€ (instead of 50,00) including worldwide
postage and commissions!
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