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Dimanche 11 Septembre 2016 à 20h

Radia Show 597 : Minigolf by Orange 94.0 (Vienna, AT)

par Anne Laure

A 20h :

Show 597 : Minigolf (Orange 94.0/ Viena, AT)

In the very end of last year the viennese radia team discovered the undervalued sport “minigolf”. Memory serves its function in the mother tongue, Minigolf inspired Yoga and Family Affairs will await you in this show. An acoustic golf-course in 18 holes filled with emotions, advanced rules, deep insights into the structure of black holes and Sieghardt Quitsch by Florian Bauer, Maria Herold, Barbara Huber, Lale Rodgarkia-Dara and Karl Schönswetter.

Special appearance : Maria Sulzer, Kaspar, Aria Rodgarkia-Dara, Veronika Mayer and Fiona.

Hole 1 : Kick-off
Hole 2 : Minigolf Championship

Hole 3 : Miniature Golf Poem
Hole 4 : Dangerballs
Hole 5 : Family Affair
Hole 6 : No one’s interested
Hole 7 : Rules
Hole 8 : What’s your name ?
Hole 9 : Overboard
Hole 10 : Emotions
Hole 11 : Minigolf Yoga
Hole 12 : Ambiguousness
Hole 13 : Reminisce
Hole 14 : How to built a miniature golf course ?
Hole 15 : The black hole
Hole 16 : Sieghardt Quitsch
Hole 17 : Brotherhood
Hole 18 : Final

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A 20h30 : l’archive

Show 296 : Life Expectations by Alessandro Bosetti

Somewhere in between musical compositions, songs, literary essays, poems or unreligious mantras, close to Robert Ashley, Rene Lussier, Peter Ablinger, Ornette Coleman (or even the asymmetrical rhythms of Steve Coleman and Henry Threadgill), Life Expectation by Alessandro Bosetti is constructed around the intricate emotional, rhythmic and melodic counterpoints of a casual conversation. Bosetti translates intonations of speech into complex and seemingly orchestral scores where meaning, tone and noise are melted into each other. Several variations of techniques known as shadowing or convolution were used in the making of it. Sometimes digital devices were used, some other times analogue – almost hand made – techniques. He has been pouring words into notes. Notes into noise and then again noise into meaning. He has been exploring spoken languages and the implication of repetition. “Life Expectations” is taken from Royal, his latest album released last october 2010.

Life Expectations – CC Alessandro Bosetti 2010
Electronics, other Instruments and Field Recordings : Alessandro Bosetti
Text by Alessandro Bosetti after words of Chris Heenan and Fernanda Farah
Mastering : Martin Siewert

Alessandro Bosetti was born in Milan, Italy in 1973. He is a composer and multidisciplinary artist working on the musicality of spoken words and unusual aspects of spoken communication, producing text-sound compositions featured in live performances, radio broadcastings and published recordings. In his work he moves across the line between sound anthropology and composition, often including translation and misunderstanding in the creative process. Field research and interviews build the basis for abstract compositions, along with electro-acoustic and acoustic collages, relational strategies, trained and untrained instrumental practices, vocal explorations and digital manipulations. Recent text sound projects include African Feedback (Errant Bodies press), the interactive speaking machine “MaskMirror” (STEIM, Kunstradio.at a.o. ) and his own ensemble Trophies with guitar player Kenta Nagai, vocalist Christian Kesten, and drummers Morten J.Olsen and Ches Smith. Alessandro Bosetti has been touring extensively in europe, USA and Asia and lives in Berlin (Germany).

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