|Ensemble Supermusique / Canevas "+"|
|Add Date:||2004-08-16||Pull Date:||2004-10-17||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||10 Oct||3 Oct||12 Sep||29 Aug||22 Aug|
|1.||Jun 19, 2010:||Music Casserole |
Quitte Pour Quitte
|4.||Oct 02, 2004:||music that doesn't hurt dogs and ponies |
Le Caillou, Le Cristal Et...
|2.||Dec 31, 2008:||Memory Select, Weds. edition |
|5.||Sep 30, 2004:||Thursday Morning |
|3.||Oct 07, 2004:||Umami Jazz Program |
|6.||Sep 26, 2004:||Late Night |
Mix of abstract sound work and some avant-classical musicality. Tracks shift between crazy chamber music, fiercely improvised jazz, and semi-serious experimental vocals. Chaotic and frequently shrill – should appeal to anyone who’s into sound experiments.|
The CD is an amalgam of five concerts, apparently strung together to form a single virtual performance.
1- Fast clatter, into a quieter industrial sound palette
2- Clattering, clunking, strange whistles. Nonmusical.
3- Jungle percussion, a mid-fast rhythm. Dissolves into screechy chaos... is that a kazoo?
4*- Classical chaos, starts quiet and gets intense
5- Gentle voice and clashing, dissonant strings. Moves slowly.
6- Quiet, breathy flute & trumpet
7*- A slow, grand march backed by big dramatic piano chords. Dissonant. Ends with a crazy casbah dance.
8*- Avant jazz piano attack; bass clarinet joins later
9- Starts intense; becomes a series of sparse episodes. Intriguing but has lots of blank spaces
10*- Dramatic violins, like a tense movie score. Starts with cascading shrillness.
11- Mad swirling
12*- Dark, eerie.
13*- Crazy female vocals. Starts abstract; second half is a spirited cabaret tune
14- Crackly voice samples
|2.||La Tulipe||9.||Le Discours|
|3.||IMPRO2||10.||Le Cadavre Exquis Etait ...|
|4.||Le Caillou, Le Cristal Et...||11.||Bavardage|
|5.||Fin Fin||12.||Les Mouches|
|6.||IMPRO1||13.||7 Variations Et Theme ...|
|7.||Quitte Pour Quitte||14.||IMPRO3|