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Zeitkratzer - Grand Orchestra


  • Dostępność: Jest
  • Producent: Zeitkratzer Records
  • Cena brutto: 54,00 zł
  • (Cena netto: 43,90 zł)
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form mixed orchestra and bagpipes

01 19:59
02 24:09

composed and directed by Reinhold Friedl
performed by Zeitkratzer & Guests at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin 21.08.2011

Na początku zaznaczamy - Jurek owsiak nie miał z tą Wielką Orkiestrą nic wspólnego!
Jest to projekt, do którego muzycy Zeitkratzer zaprosili ludzi w każdym wieku - dzieci, młodzież, starszych... Bez względu na płeć, przekonania religijne czy zdolności muzyczne. Nie chodziło tu także o edukację sensu sctricte, wyjaśnianie procesów muzycznych, ani trening. Ideą była wiara w umiejętności intuicyjnego grania. Liderami poszczególnych partii instrumentalnych byli muzycy Zeitkratzera, co umożliwiało kontrolę i wzmocnienie efektów dźwiękowych. Mocna, eksperymentalna rzecz.

"The score for Grand Orchestra has been developed for musicians, laymen, old people, children, adolescents, for anyone who likes to join in. Grand Orchestra is not for education. It’s not about explaining, intellectual understanding or the training of cultural values; rather it’s about having faith in the abilities and intuition of the players and their performance. The musicians of zeitkratzer and additional guests took over the voice-leading of the instrumental groups, distributed in the space and enabling their amplification. In this way it was possible to create not only pure intensity but also dense and complex sound aggregates, through the blurring of playing techniques inside the different instrumental groups. Which orchestra is capable of playing such complex sounds as this group of forty wind players, chorally building a simultaneous crescendo of breaths? Who can play more ecstatically and wilder than a group of sixty musicians, playing against and doing their best to keep up with a Scottish bagpipe ensemble? It’s precisely due to unclearly played single sounds, unfolding from an orchestra dominated by amateurs. Unique sounds with a complex character that no professional orchestra could reproduce." - Reinhold Friedl, from the liner notes.