Poetry??? Ein Würfelwurf //
- 1. Rhythmische Schwebe Des Unheils (06:14)
- 2. Jeder Gedanke Wagt Einen Würfelwurf (04:19)
- 3. Das Geheimnis Verschleudert Hinausgeschrien (17:32)
- 4. Einsam Taumelnde Feder (11:09)
- 5. Überlaute Klänge Stören Schwebende Gesänge (10:19)
- 6. In Fieberhaften Mund, Begierig Nach Bläue (10:28)
- 7. Ein Zwischenspiel von Stille (06:15)
Udo Schindler - alto saxophone, bass clarinet, cornet, euphonium
Eric Zwang Eriksson - drums, percussion
Live recording January 19th, 2018 at the 80th Salon für Klang+Kunst in Krailling/Munich by Udo Schindler (arch-musik)
Mixed & mastered by Wolfgang Obrecht/Tonstudio RichArt, Munich
All compositions by Udo Schindler & Eric Zwang Eriksson (GEMA)
Cover photo by Udo Schindler
CD inside photos by KP Mendler
Produced by Udo Schindler
Udo Schindler plays the Selmer Mod.25 bass clarinet with a special heavy neck made by Martin Suter (www.blashaus.ch)
Eric Zwang Eriksson plays Diril Cymbals, Code Drum Heads
Thanks for support to Wolfgang Obrecht (Tonstudio RichArt) for his superb sound creation, KP Mendler, Bruno Waltersbacher (www.sax-o-phon.de) & Max Frei for decades of expert advice and repairs.
All titles are by Stephane Mallarme, who weaves his texts in a complex pattern - language, music and images appear as a complex entity, as true "silver music". His language was his instrument. The fragment IGITUR ou La Folie D'Elbehnon says: This narrative addresses the intelligence of the reader, who sets things to themselves.
A motto, which we gladly give the listeners to this sound trip!
This recording is my first in a duo with a drummer, which is a new challenge and allows a more open playing style. The rhythmic elements come to the fore. The guest of my 80th salon was the local Eric Zwang Eriksson, whom I have known for decades, but with whom I have not yet played together. A cooperation was addressed in the nineties, was not realised. All the more surprising and enjoyable is the result of our common interaction. The sensitive spatial arrangement of the actors in the audio sound image by Wolfgang Obrecht adds an important quality to the concert document and enhances its impact.