#100. Een programma over onafhankelijke geluidskunst, radiofonische projecten en andere audio-non-visuele misverstanden en vondsten.
1. Improv breakfast by Joni Erika Smith.
2. Anstatt by Radio Orange.
Jingles by Dr Klang.
1. Improv Breakfast by Joni Erika Smith. (Radio Corax).
Posted on 2015/03/23 by knut.
In this year 2015 is the 300 year anniversary of the birth of German Baroque Composer Georg Friedrich Händel, born 23 February, 1685 in Halle (Saale), Germany. And it is the 100 year anniversary of the death of Russian Pianist and Composer, Alexander Nikolajewitsch Skrjabin and also, on March 8 – celebrated around the world every year – International Woman`s Day. With this in mind, two members of a folk, pop Indie band, an actress and classical pianist student talk about „Art“, Music, the World and their place in it. Improv Breakfast is a conversation in three parts which developed naturally through an organic interview (process). If it can be said that: Art is where the line is always searching, then somewhere that line will bend – there will be overlap (of ideas, expressions). The interviewees are not in the same room at the same time, but they sometimes end up at the same place. The subjects are at once the interviewed and interviewer. The three sensory and tactile stories unfold and come together gradually and grow organically to somehow form a new story. Each of the interviewed say they forgot they were in an interview. The listener will hear with all the senses. And the current that runs through it all is breakfast of course! – where many good conversations begin.
Thanks to: Ralf Wendt, Nico and the Radio Corax Team!
By: Joni Erika Smith
Station: Radio Corax, (Halle, Saale – Germany) Length: 28 min.
Participants: Words and Music
Abel Camargo Neves da Cunha
Radio Los Santos (Sebastian Caspar -violin, Lukas Schroll -guitar)
Additional Info: Language: English/German
2. Anstatt. (Radio Orange 94.0).
ANSTATT tells a story happening in Vienna. It explores the different ways to live and experience one city. Two characters narrate one day in Vienna and their narratives mix throughout the piece until it seems we are dealing with one person. Additionally the sound piece highlights the soundscapes of Vienna as a third character. The represented field recordings echo the content of the character’s impressions throughout their day. Due to their atmospheric use they develop a distinct narrative on their own.
ANSTATT is an attempt to propose a polar meeting: what do we imagine about Vienna and what is its real acoustic representation? It’s real inhabitants? Finally confronting the majestic Vienna with other identities, more down to earth.
ANSTATT is non-fiction turned into fiction : it has been co-written by Barbara Huber (AT) and Léa Promaja (FR). Written in English and German, the text is based on the author’s personal experience and relation to Vienna.