Christian Mühlbacher & Werner Dafeldecker - Diphtongs download album
- Album: Diphtongs
- FLAC: 1559 mb | MP3: 1571 mb
- Released: 1997
- Style: Experimental
- Rating: 4.2/5
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Christian Mühlbacher and Werner Dafeldecker asked improvisers to play one solo each. Out of those ten soli which were all played completely independently from each other the composers produced collages on the computer, the so-called 'diphtongs'. They selected, interrupted, thought, set different tunes together, decided on the dramaturgy, and thus formed pieces of music. Care and accuracy seem to have been the most important criteria.
Christian Mühlbacher. Head of Percussion Instruments (Education). Artistic Major(s): Composition and Music Theory. Co-founder and member of the ensembles "Go 4 it", ". Composer, musician and artistic director for the brass ensemble "Pro Brass". Performances with Django Bates, Elliott Sharp, Gerald Preinfalk, Werner Dafeldecker and many more. Awards: der Austro Mechana with the Vienna Art Orchestra (1984), Bigband- Composition Competition of the City Leibnitz (1994) (with Holman, Brookmeyer, Pomeroy), Composition Competition of Klagenfurt/Viktring (1995), Sparkassenpreis (1998), Wien Modern, IGNM Promotion Award for New Music, Government Funding for Composers (1998), Erste Bank Award (1998).
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Read Werner Dafeldecker's bio and find out more about Werner Dafeldecker's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love. With Christian Mühlbacher he has created Diphtongs: compositions of a virtual group created from pre-recorded solos from improvisors that includes Radu Malfatti, Michael Moser and Burkhard Stangl.
Werner Dafeldecker electronics, bass Christof Kurzmann lloopp, clarinet John Tilbury piano Stevie Wishart hurdy gurdy. Werner Dafeldecker and Christof Kurzmann are two distinguished and original voices of Austrian modern music. In 1999 Austrians Werner Dafeldecker and Christof Kurzmann joined forces with Christian Fennesz, Jim O’Rourke, Kevin Drumm and Martin Siewert to produce an untitled album of live recordings. Now considered one of the key stepping stones along Improv’s route into electroacoustic areas, it came adorned with a fluorescent orange cover, and has long since been known as The Orange Album
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- Alto Saxophone – Max Nagl (tracks: 4, 6, 10)
- Bass – Uli Fussenegger (tracks: 4, 8, 10)
- Cello – Michael Moser (tracks: 3, 4, 9, 12)
- Clarinet [Clarinets] – Ernesto Molinari (tracks: 1, 3 to 5, 7, 8, 11, 12)
- Composed By, Computer – Christian Mühlbacher, Werner Dafeldecker
- Guitar [Guitars] – Burkhard Stangl (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 7)
- Percussion – Christian Mühlbacher (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 7, 10, 11)
- Trombone, Zither – Radu Malfatti (tracks: 2, 3, 6, 7, 10)
- Trumpet – Lars Lindvall (tracks: 6)
- Tuba – Pinguin Moschner* (tracks: 5, 6, 8, 9)
- Violin – Andi Schreiber (tracks: 3, 4, 7)
NotesChristian Mühlbacher and Werner Dafeldecker asked improvisers to play one solo each. Out of those ten soli which were all played completely independently from each other the composers produced collages on the computer, the so-called 'diphtongs'. They selected, interrupted, thought, set different tunes together, decided on the dramaturgy, and thus formed pieces of music. Care and accuracy seem to have been the most important criteria. Each player is allowed plenty of space, the subtle interplay between foreground and background characterizes the individual parts.
Recorded between March and August 1994 at CSC, Vienna, Austria.