Abisalle glick
JAMES ALASKA, TRISTAN SHORR
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«'Abisalle glick’ is a 40 minute composition by Tristan Shorr & James Alaska recorded in June
2010 in ‘Das Glocken Lichtspiele’ a disused cinema in Erlangen, Bavaria.

Alaska & Shorr were working at the time on a live soundtrack for a series of performances with Tadam Company at Arena festival of the arts. The performances, which lasted five hours each, centered around themes of old age, memory and obsolescence. In order to create the live soundtracks for each performance, fragments of sound were taken from locally sourced vinyl L.P.'s, cassettes and gramophone records. These were blended with field recordings and monologues from an earlier reminiscence project, and fed into an old 16 track analogue mixing console. The process was intense, and left its mark on the two composers, as each day called
for long and arduous periods of creativity and concentration.

This session was recorded on a day when the performers and choreographer were taking a rest. James and Tristan settled into the empty space of the Glocken's main hall, and improvised,
creating a soundscape using gramophone, cassette players, turntables, field recorder and mixer.»
- James Alaska, Tristan Shorr

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©2011 David Velez
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