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carl craig and moritz von oswald - recomposed by

artist:
title:
recomposed by
label:
format:
2lp
catalog number:
4766913
price:
30.02 €
barcode:
4766913
genre:
electronic/classic
release:
2008.10.13. 
note:
out of stock

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Vinyl Version of this revolutionary rework project of Carl Craig and Moritz von Oswald reworking standards of classical music. ReComposedis the result of a gradual process, even the Intro was set down at the very first session - in Detroit, Michigan, which is and has been the centre of the development of Afro-American techno music for about 20 years. And it was about 20 years ago that the recordings by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra of the works, which the two artists have used for their project, were released for the first time on CD. Over the period of one year, Carl Craig and Moritz von Oswald visited one another in Berlin and Detroit, where they created loops and made improvisations on them (just as jazz musicians do, although Carl Craig prefers to talk of jamming and not jazz music ). They opted for certain takes, which they left unchanged, and from these, they developed and set down further tracks. If one listens carefully here, a huge arch emerges which is brought to a happy conclusion. - An Interlude, filled with drones, clusters and other sonic effects, which produce a pleasant cloud of sound, prepares the way for the two last, very lengthy pieces, and it is interesting to learn that each of the final movements was mixed by just one man: Carl Craig is responsible for the opulent Movement 5, in which its classical origins are overwhelmed here and there by heroic-sounding, symphonic strikes, and one is transported to the parallel world of four-to-the-floor music; and (introduced by a cross fade) Moritz von Oswald puts his name to Movement 6, which is more minimalistic, and more abstract despite prominent, almost waltz-like congas.
a01. intro
a02. movement 1
a03. movement 2
b01. movement 3
b02. movement 4
c01. interlude
c02. movement 5
d01. movement
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