Amann Studios ™


Tonstudio – Christoph Amann

live recording session #170

Saturday, 24.03.12
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Elisabeth HARNIK – piano Solo

Phoebe VIOLET – violin, voice
Yedda CHUNYU LIN – piano, voice


Katharina KLEMENT – clavichord
Daniel LERCHER – electronics


Die anspornende Herausforderung beim Solospiel liegt für die Musikerin in dem Vorhaben sich bewusst mit der eigenen Materialverwendung, dem „Repertoire“ und den damit verbundenen Möglichkeiten der Zeitgestaltung auseinanderzusetzen.

Zurückgeworfen auf das eigene Vokabular – ohne die Interventionen anderer MitmusikerInnen – vertieft sich Harnik in den inneren Dialog, um ihre eigene Spielweise weiter zu erforschen.

Die Soloperformance spannt einen Bogen über vergangene musikalische Entwicklungen und gibt Einblicke in das aktuelle Schaffen der Künstlerin.


YEDDA CHUNYU LIN, piano, voice

PHOEBE VIOLET, violin, voice

Noise. Passion. Silence. Chaos. Romance.

Classic brutality. Harmonious intolerance.

We study different possibilities of creating sounds through the infinite choices in the piano, the violin and the voice. We combine these in a freely improvised way where we let ourselves interact with and against each other.




DANIEL LERCHER, electronics

The duo fathoms out unusual instrumental playing techniques in combination with live-electronic transformations.

It uses diverse material, from sine waves up to noisy layerings and percussive patterns and moves in the context of composition as well as improvisation.

Symbiotic relations between sound material and its mirroring in instrumental and electronic transformations build up a new complex hyperinstrument.


Music – references by category

Online mastering – references by category

  • CD/Vinyl mastering
  • Downloadable audio formats
  • DDP creation/editing
  • Online delivery/ MD5 verification

Selected productions

  • 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 […]

  • Fennesz ‎– Seven Stars

    Tone 44, Tone 44V – 2011 –