Computer – Paul Vogel. Guitar, Electronics – Annette Krebs, Keith Rowe. Percussion, Electronics – David Lacey. Recorded By – David Reid (6). Notes. Recorded live at the i-and-e festival, The Printing House, Dublin, April 1, 2006.
Performance by Keith Rowe and Paul Vogel at i-and-e festival 2011. Two days of improvised and contemporary music, 13-14 May 2011. Filmed by Andrew Fogarty and Jennifer Brady. 4. Leopold Hurt - i-and-e Festival 2011.
Yet new territory is consistently uncovered, sometimes unexpectedly beautiful ground as limned here by German guitarist Annette Krebs. Using the basic tabletop setup pioneered by Rowe with the improvising ensemble AMM, Krebs employs an extremely spatially aware approach that perhaps owes a little to the Japanese avant-garde community, particularly Taku Sugimoto, a guitarist with whom she.
Paul Vogel, Born October 9, 1954, in Ireland is a member of Chip Shop Music, and has recorded with David Lacey, Phil Durrant, Lee Patterson, Burkhard Beins, Lucio Capece, Martin Küchen, David Lacey, Mark Wastell, David Lacey, Keith Rowe, Annette Krebs, David Lacey, Keith Rowe. Have a better biography or biography source? Please Contact Us so that we can update this biography. track listing: 1. Public 43:39. ChipShop music with Erik Carlsson (percussion), Martin Kuchen (sax & radio), David Lacey (percussion & electronics) and Paul Vogel (computer & clarinet) meet Atolon (Ruth Barberan, Alfredo Costa Monteiro, and Ferran Fages. ChipShop has been working together since 2007, combining Irish and Swedish players amongst the best and most prolific in modern electroacoustic improvisation.
Annette Krebs (b. 1967) is a German improvising guitar player of Berlin, Germany that also works with mixing board, tapes, objects, and computer. She has worked intensively in the crossover area between improvisation and composition, exploring the possibilities of the prepared guitar with regard to sound, structure, noise, the mixing of materials, and space since 1993. Various preparation methods are used to produce noises and sounds, which are then enlarged through the use of sometimes high levels of amplification.
Untitled for four Jason Kahn, Patrick Farmer, Sarah Hughes, Dominic Lash. Désincantation Indécantation Pascal Battus. and neither of us had seen anything more moving than the layers of a children's birthday cake, baked upon the heath Jack Harris. Falter 1-5 Ernst Karel, Annette Krebs. Wedding Ceremony Lucio Capece, Julia Eckhardt, Christian Kesten, Radu Malfatti, Toshimaru Nakamura, Taku Sugimoto. Buoy Phil Durrant, Lee Patterson, Paul Vogel. Poor Trade Rhodri Davies, David Lacey, Dennis McNulty. The Large Glass Graham Halliwell, Tomas Korber.
MEMBERS: Annette Krebs. Annette Krebs studied music and concert guitar in Frankfurt/Main, and has lived in Berlin since 1993. She has worked intensively in the crossover area between improvisation and composition, exploring the possibilities of the prepared guitar with regard to sound, structure, noise, the mixing of materials, and space. In the past he has worked with Radu Malfatti, Jean-Luc Guionnet, Klaus Filip, Masafumi Ezaki, Burkhard Stangl, Rhodri Davies and Keith Rowe, among others. Unami has also composed for film, including 'Lost My Way' (directed by Takeshi Furusawa) and 'In 1,000,000 years' (directed by Isao Okishima). He has released more than 30 records, both solo and in numerous groups and collaborations.
Annette Krebs, Anthea Caddy. at47 ‘Ist gefallen in den Schnee’. Magnus Granberg & Skogen. A Pauper’s Guide to John Cage’. at36 ‘Wunderkammern’. Rhodri Davies, David Toop. at35 ‘Arena Ladridos’. Chris Cockburn, Bonnie Jones. at29 ‘Kuchen Rowe Wright’. Martin Küchen, Keith Rowe. at26 ‘Crepuscular Rays’. Paul Abbott, Léo Dumont. amp; Ute Kanngiesser. at21 The Cat from Cat Hill. Loris (Patrick Farmer, Sarah Hughes & Daniel Jones). Léo Dumont & Matt Milton. Mathias Forge, Phil Julian.
Oren Ambarchi And Keith Rowe. Dieb 13. Lionel Marchetti. portuguese experimental.
- Computer – Paul Vogel
- Guitar, Electronics – Annette Krebs, Keith Rowe
- Percussion, Electronics – David Lacey
- Recorded By – David Reid