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Tonstudio – Christoph Amann

live recording session #144

Sunday, 05.12.10
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KAMAMA

Luca MARINI – drums, percussion
Audrey CHEN – cello, voice, electronics


KAMAMA in Cherokee means both elephant and butterfly. There is no overlap in meaning other than the supposed resemblance of the long trunk and flapping ears to the proboscis and wings of that insect. This duo loosely embodies elements of this kind of disparate pairing. Chen and Marini combine the raw energies resultant from and continuously growing out of their respective histories and experiences. Since their first encounter early this year in 2010 and after playing forty some concerts all across the US, they have been forming a new language which steadily deepens, evolves, converges and exposes their inherent similarities and striking differences. It is ecstatic music. It is contrary music. And at times, they depart completely from one another as two distinct creatures, but then are drawn back into the fold of an undeniable tenderness and comprehension.

http://www.myspace.com/audreychen
http://www.myspace.com/lucamarini

 

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    Humpty Dumpty Records HMPTY029 – 2015 – HumptyDumpty [bandcamp width=100% height=42 album=3510461575 size=small bgcol=333333 linkcol=4ec5ec] Recorded in Brussels and Vienna, final mix at MINUSGROUNDZERO, Vienna, mastered at AMANN STUDIOS

  • Hermann Nitsch – Streichquartett II

    Trost Records – TR192 – 2019 – Trost Records The recording was chosen as one of the 10 best records 2019 by the renowned All about Jazz magazine Hermann Nitsch’s String Quartet No.2 in six movements for 2 violins, viola, and violoncello, transcribed by Michael Mautner and performed by the Viennese Koehne Quartet. Recorded during the exhibition NITSCH. Spaces of Color at […]