Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Mauricio Kagel: Acustica – Printemps des Arts de Monte Carlo on AllMusic – – Mauricio. Composed between and , Acustica, for experimental sound-producers and loudspeakers, is one of Mauricio Kagel’s radical and. Mauricio Kagel’s Acustica at the Cut and Splice Festival.
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This piece features some of the most astonishing timbres I have ever heard. Thus the performers achieve more than a mere reproduction of their parts, as they incorporate influences from one another in their playing as if they were their own audience.
The voices of Alfred Feussner and William Pearson are acusgica to be heard in the tape part. Get to Know Us. Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest.
Mauricio Kagel’s Acustica, for experimental sound-producers and loudspeakers. According to the Hugh Davies catalog Repertoire international des musiques electroacoustiquesMauricio Kagel composed 8 electroacoustic pieces in the period fromtried to set up an electronic music studio in Argentina, but after failure came to Europe.
The work consists of two, almost separate, plains; one constitutes the playback of a 4-track tape recorder with zcustica fixed sequence, whereas the acustic derives from the playing of acsutica to 5 musicians which can be varied from performance to performance in the construction of acoustic material and in the manner of interreaction. This page has been archived and is no longer updated. The score notes that ‘the piece calls for unorthodox musicians who are prepared to extend the frontiers of their craft’ since few of the ‘experimental sound devices’ specified are kageel instruments and where conventional instruments are included they are to be played in extraordinary ways.
USD Start Price: The recording consists of purely electroacoustically produced material as well as recordings of instrumental and vocal sounds. If you are instead horrified by what strikes you as unspeakable cacophony, we will have to agree to disagree.
Mauricio Kagel Acustica – 70 for experimental sound-producers and loudspeakers Performed by Apartment House One of the fundamental thoughts behind this composition is expressed in the actual invention of the sound-sources: In Kagel traveled to Germany on a DAAD student grant, settled in Cologne, and became immediately and permanently involved in the contemporary acustics network as a member of the so-called “second accustica of Darmstadt composers.
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A short biography of Kagel from the Universal Edition website: The two kael sides are well worth listening to, but I particularly recommend the tremendously complex sounds on the first two sides. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. English Choose a language for shopping. Please try again later. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. On the other hand, this blending is immediately attainable if the total sound comes from the loudspeaker.
The CD includes two very different versions of the piece, demonstrating the extent of the discretion given to the performers. A short biography of Kagel from the Universal Edition website:. Jazz Latin New Age.
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Mauricio Kagel: Acustica
The live performances use a crazy collection of homemade instruments see the included notes for detailssome purely acoustic and others incorporating loud-speakers, tone generators, or cassette recorders. As a performer he was specialized in trombone, but had a wide knowledge of other musical instruments too.
Even the tape part, which remains the same, sounds different when heard in contrasting acoustical contexts. The point of departure for this tape-composition was to compound, as homogeneously as possible, two categories of sounds, dissimilar in the nature of their production a combination which seemed to me over-simplified when produced by means of a metamorphosis of the concrete recordings by filtering, ring modulation and alteration of the tape playback.