Sound Quartet – Dos CD

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Free improvisation and EAM from Sound Quartet via Triptychos (sampler from a digital source)


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Artist: Sound Quartet
Title: Dos
Format: CD
Label: Triptychos
Cat nr: SSD006
Genre: Free improvisation/EAM

1.Vermilion 03:15
2.Now here 05:45
3.Mouthpiece alpha 03:40
4.Rutschklap 06:48
5.Onward 03:34
6.Mouthpiece xcrpt 03:40
7.Crazy violin 04:26

Sound Quartet sets the stage for exciting electroacoustic music collaborations. The album Dos presents eight exquisite musicians from France, Spain and Sweden in sensitive sessions of experimental nature. As always the quartet breaks away from the norm, not only with adventurous compositions but also by performing as seven unique duos. This music is a cozy yet elusive dwelling for any fan of mind-boggling soundworlds.

1. Vermilion – Iñigo Ibaibarriaga sax
2. Now here – Hara Alonso prepared piano
3, Mouthpiece Alpha – Joachim Spieth flugel horn
4. Rutschklap – Eva Lindal violin
5. Onward – Paul Pignon reeds
6. Mouthpiece xcrpt – Alexandra Nilsson electronics/trumpet mouthpiece
7. Crazy violin – Philippe Moënne-Loccoz electronics/bowed mandolin
On all tracks Thomas Bjelkeborn electronics (on track 6 also trumpet mouthpiece)

The worldmaking of Sound Quartet is captivating music shaped by electroacoustic research, humaninterface development, extended playingtechniques, joint composition and experimental performance.
The ensemble was established in the nineties at Elektronmusikstudion (EMS) Sweden and Musiques Inventive d’Annecy (MIA) France with Thomas Bjelkeborn as main organiser and Philippe Moenne-Loccoz as co-founder.

All music composed by Sound Quartet
Recorded in Stockholm and Teneriffa
Produced and mastered by Studio84 Sweden
Artwork Triptychos
CD Design Elin Hjulström Lord

Label Triptychos presents music from BOP, Soundquartet and more, produced by Thomas Bjelkeborn,
swedish EAM composer, electronic musician and concert series curator, exploring acoustic instruments and it’s electronic extensions, physical-digital instruments often combined with visuals.

Weight 0,09 kg
Dimensions 14 × 13 × 1 cm

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