Escape The Fate Ungrateful Album Torrent Connerie Musik Karel
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The album’s second half of the musical stories have moved farther in the universe of Vorbis and Talensleitnerâ€”the two are the driving forcesâ€”but they remain in the very core of the Vorpis’ sound and choices. Linda Hartmann (piano, vocals), Eva Salzmann (vocals and percussion), Hans von Roppelstil (trombone) and Sebastian Vulkant-Gorn (soprano) all finish with longing and passion in their voice and piano chords. Jeremy Kaplan (bass) and his students are mainly interested in the lyrics as well as their less-than-well-known but impressive works such as a cover of S. Baccaratâ€™s Carmen Jean.
â€œWere to be listened to in the 1980s this album would have had a different status,â€ says Pritchard. â€œItâ€™s perfect for musicians and composers who donâ€™t have access to piano concertos, but are desperate for something in their reserve of imagery.â€
Tamas Ivanettiâ€™s Connerie Musik Karelâ€™s Gebt (2012) arguably captures the musical sensibilities of Karelinâ€™s music the moment it is made, but it does so with a much more gracious level of intention and depth than the earlier live-action or documentary works. Kareli’s â€œGebtâ€ is certainly the most varied in the Vigitron/Talensleistner series, but as refreshing as it is, it spends a great deal of time on the musicâ€”which is by then quite familiar and simpleâ€”while focusing on the performances and scoring , alternating between rapid-fire pedal-claps, gestures and lyrical tones.
Karelin utilizes Vigotone and Grammaton both via programmable touch interfaces to record or record and edit imagery, rather than one- or two-dimensional notation as in the last work