Marcellvs L. - Klavierwellen album FLAC
marcellvs l. - Klavierwellen - Tochnit Aleph - Sound Ar. Amazing release by the video & sound-artist from Brazil Marcellvs . a four-channel sound piece titled "Klavierwellen" or Piano Waves (2011). The piano waves we hear are literally just that: while on a residency, the artist upturned a piano on a boat traveling around the canals, on which two contact microphones were attached to the soundboard and two micro omnidirectional placed between the soundboard and strings. The movement of the boat through water creates a kind of roving ambient experience of place but with no identifiable coordinates to define the locale
45RPM LP for maximum sound quality. Composed of field-Recordings captured in Thailand, Iceland, and UK. Mastered and cut by Andreas 'Lupo' Lubich at Calyx, Berlin. Marcellvs L. (. 980) is a renowned Brazilian Video- and Sound-Artist currently living in Berlin and Seydisfjödur, Iceland. His particular and radical production attracts attention by the intensity with which it associates philosophical concepts to electronic images and sounds
Ontology (Marcellvs . 2015), for example, video images. create openings in which viewers might perceive elements. of everyday life that hastily are overlooked in an emphasis. In this respect, Marcellvs . s Slow Ontology writes the. watery landscapes of British canals through video images. Slow Ontology builds on a previous, yet similar, work, in which Marcellvs L. (2010) wrote sound images as a boat. pulled an upside-down grand piano through the waterways. Marcellvs, L. (2015).
|A1||13:04 - 13:12|
|A2||10:57 - 10:59|
|A3||12:02 - 12:03|
|A4||14:43 - 14:40|
|B||16:50 - 17:06|
- Copyright (c) – Marcellvs L.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tochnit Aleph
- Layout – Maren Von Stockhausen
- Liner Notes [Essay] – Marcus Steinweg
- Mastered By [Mastering & Cut] – Rashad Becker
NotesRecorded on November 4th, 2010 in the lagoons of Venice with a grand piano in an upside down position being transported on a small boat. Two contact and two omnidirectional microphones were positioned on the soundboard of the grand piano to record the resonances of the strings, waves, motor, boats... the sounds of the environment of the lagoons filtered by the piano's acoustic properties.
Edition of 500 copies, 350 gram sleeve, 180 gram white vinyl, black polylined inner sleeve.