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  • Die Kirche als Klangskulptur | Hans Tutschku
    Merri Paris St Merri 6 4 18 4 1999 Basel St Elisabethen 2 5 12 5 1999 Plovdiv St Elena and Konstantin 6 6 19 6 1999 Weimar St Jacob 31 7 14 8 1999 Jena Friedenskirche 15 31 8 2003 The project started as part of the concert series 33 church concerts for 99 Characteristic sounds which are related to the very rich musical history and contemporary sounds of Weimar were composed into an evolving sound environment diffused on a multichannel speaker system into a church The sound sculpture travelled through different European cities before it arrived in July 1999 in Weimar as part of the celebration Weimar cultural city 1999 In each of the cities typical Soundscapes from the local environment were recorded and integrated into the composition This growing work in process traced the sound sculpture s evolutionary path Each opening of the sound sculpture was combined with a concert of the Ensemble für Intuitive Musik Weimar The ensemble was reacting directly to the Soundscapes and sounds relating to the musical history of Weimar For Weimar the St Jacob church had been chosen For a period of two weeks daily at different times of the day and

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  • Das Bleierne Klavier | Hans Tutschku
    are all controlled by the pianist himself During his playing the musical gestures are traced and interpreted by the computer program to determine a large ensemble of parameters for the generation and playback of the electroacoustic part This allows for a very direct action reaction between the piano part and the electroacoustic sounds The electronics become a prolongation of the instrumental gestures The energy of the instrumentalist is causing decision

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  • Eikasia | Hans Tutschku
    von Hintzenstern first performance September 18 1999 Festival of electronic music Lucerne Switzerland new stereo version 2007 Eikasia representation model picture comparison conjecture This composition was my first work using physical modeling In all my previous electroacoustic works real sound sources have been processed In Eikasia I was trying to achieve a comparable sound complexity through pure synthesis I started with formalized computer models of actual sounds During the work

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  • Départs | Hans Tutschku
    1998 by Ensemble Orchestral Lyon direction Daniel Kawka based upon poems by Karl Lubomirski commission GRAME The poems by Karl Lubomirski became throughout the last years an important source of inspiration They are often the starting point for instrumental and electroacoustic compositions I try to create a sound scape which corresponds to the text It is not my intention to illustrate or set the text although I do use speech as a sound source the texts are used like mosaics Lubomirski describes an emotional world to which I feel particularly drawn The themes are about leaving the well known and unrest towards unknown concert recording Ensemble Orchestral Contemporain Daniel Kawka conductor Elizabeth Grard soprano http www tutschku com wp content uploads 2008 01 Departs mp3 Poems by Karl Lubomirski Du bis das andere Ufer das wo die Magnolien blühn wo Sonne früher scheint wohin Falter ziehn Du bist ein Blumenort das unberührte Wort vom andern Ufer wo die Magnolien blühn wo Sonne früher scheint wohin Falter ziehn Du bist ein Blumenort das unberührte Wort vom andern Ufer Was wissen die Falter vom Blühen der Steine DIR Unter deinen Schritten hat die Erde nie gebebt vor deinen Augen senkte sich kein

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  • Lissabon Project | Hans Tutschku
    the completion of the Second World War only natural calamities had affected the city like the enormous earthquake in the 18th century The Lisbon story has been compiled together with musicians Hans Tutschku and Michael von Hintzenstern in the music city streets and cafes for the dance and music composition The dynamic fluid and beautiful dancing performance accompanied by romantic rhythme of Portuguese musical background has won the heart of all spectators in the Jakarta Art Building The dancers women and men alike were dancing skillfully whole heartedly as a group or sometimes as an individual where they could freely expressing their role The meeting of some ladies and gentlemen in a place nearby the sea exposed with great nostalgia and sometimes melancholy but showing also a happy moment knowing that they will part but soon they shall meet again As Schlömer said by quoting Novalis this choreography of Lisbon Project lies somewhere between the questions where do we come from and where are we going which have a deep philosophical meaning what is life The audience should search the reply in this meaningful choreography The most important thing this evening performance of Dance Theatre of Basel has given a great satisfaction to Jakarta s audience with no less than five long ovations before the curtain definitively closed at the end of the performance The sincerity of Joachim Schlömer and of course the whole dance ensemble has been proved in a high professional manner Congratulation Schlömer and all the crew and dancers of Dance Theatre Basel Critics write Joachim Schlömer s Lisbon Project for the Basel Thatre contains some of the most beautiful ensemble dancing the choreographer has ever created never before has Schlömer produced such fluid sculptural and meaningful choreography In one of the most beautiful and typical scenes

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  • The breath, the air, the light (Der Atem, die Luft, das Licht) | Hans Tutschku
    Michael von Hintzenstern Matthias von Hintzenstern Daniel Hoffmann Hans Tutschku Festival Hydra Research Texts Teaching Travel 2014 Japan Archive Links dadamenta HUSEAC The breath the air the light Der Atem die Luft das Licht film music for Marco Gastini year 1998 first performance December 31 1998 The Italian artist Marco Gastini presented in 1998 in the Orangerie Belvedere his paintings and installations The Ensemble for Intuitive Music Weimar was inspired

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  • Extrémités lointaines | Hans Tutschku
    International Electroacoustic Music Competition France 1998 Distinction at Prix Ars Electronica Linz Austria 1998 Extrémités lointaines uses recordings I made during a four week concert tour in Asia in the summer of 1997 I recorded city sounds the music of churches and temples and the songs of children in Singapore Indonesia the Philippines and Thailand These unexpectedly rich sound worlds quite different from ours remain inscrutable even if they open

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  • Verdichtung | Hans Tutschku
    Music Weimar Germany Performances Michael von Hintzenstern Matthias von Hintzenstern Daniel Hoffmann Hans Tutschku Festival Hydra Research Texts Teaching Travel 2014 Japan Archive Links dadamenta HUSEAC Verdichtung for two choirs and electronics year 1997 duration 13 00 min this page

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