Hannes Lingens "Four Pieces for Quintet"

by Hannes Lingens

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With some of the finest musicians from Berlin devoted to new minimalism and Wandelweiser influenced music, these four pieces are an excellent introduction to the Insub. label’s concerns. Hannes Lingens is one of these talented musicians freely navigating various projects, each time getting into specific set-ups or positions and getting heavily into them. With these graphic scores he asks questions on ideas of communication whilst allowing some extremely delicate music to happen. It is microtonal and horizontal, but also charming and challenging. Durations are stretched, timbres suddenly shine and frequencies softly beat.

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released November 26, 2013

Koen Nutters: Double Bass
Johnny Chang: Viola
Michael Thieke: Clarinet
Hannes Lingens: Accordion
Derek Shirley: Double Bass

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INSUB records & netlabel Genève, Switzerland

INSUB. covers the fields of experimental, electroacoustic, improvised & composed musics.
The Records section releases vinyls (and maybe k7s) albums, after a period (2013-2016) of experimentation with a prints+dl format.
The netlabel offers free download for every releases, but some are however available in classical physical format (cd, cdr, LP).
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