DW16.4_burning_sis - Bernhard Lang - DW 16 (Songbook I)

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  1. Songbook I is another piece where Lang highly involves his patterns. from Jazz and Pop music, transformed through “damaged beats”. For many years one of my main influences beside the work of Philip Jeck. were the movies of Martin Arnold: they more or less became the trigger for the series of pieces called Difference/Repetition. For the.
  2. Bernhard Lang's Differenz/Wiederholung 2 is a multi-media piece for amplified ensemble, three voices and video ballanaranuadakelvgukree.infoinfo the music is filled with rocking-and-rolling, anti-grooving sound slaps, "scored free jazz", and crippled repetitions, three vocalists present texts (including rap) from Gilles Deleuze, William Burroughs and Christian Loidl, commenting on usual repetitive human.
  3. Bernhard Lang at Ricordi: work list. Born on 24th of February in Linz, Austria, Lang finished highschool and piano studies at the Bruckner Konservatorium and moved to Graz to study jazz piano, arranging and classical piano.
  4. bernhard lang - Dw16 / Songbook - God Records - DW is an on-going cycle of Bernhard Lang's pieces, where composer explorespossibilities of loops and repetitions, which became his compositional ballanaranuadakelvgukree.infoinfook I is another piece where Lang highly involves his patterns from Jazz and Pop music, transformed through “damaged beats”.
  5. Jun 04,  · We Spoke: New Music Company plays 'The Watchtower' from DW16 Songbook by Bernhard Lang (Kings Place, ).
  6. Bernhard Lang’s DW songbook I sets preexisting texts both familiar and obscure in new musical contexts. The “DW” of the title is from Differenz/Wiederholung, a reference to the ideas of the French philosopher Gilles Deleuze introduced in his highly influential work Difference and Repetition. Bernhard Lang .
  7. Member of the improvisation groups Laleloo, VLO and Tricorder. He was born on 24th of February in Linz, Austria and has been studying music the whole of his life, especially jazz music.
  8. Dec 14,  · DW is an on-going cycle of Lang's pieces, where the composer explores possibilities of loops and repetitions, which would become his compositional trademark. Songbook I is a piece where Lang takes highly-involved patterns from jazz.
  9. Opus Zero Band performing Ted Hearne’s Katrina Ballads Thomas Bergeron, conductor I/O Ensemble performing Bernhard Lang’s DW songbook I Matthew Gold, director. The Williams College Department of Music presents the Opus Zero Band and I/O Ensemble on Friday, May 13 at 8 p.m. in Chapin Hall on the Williams College campus.

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