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Vinyl LP pressing. At Week-End Fest 2021, the enthusiastic audience got the best impression: In Suzanne Ciani's Improvisation On Four Sequences, the whole history of electronic music is present, the awakening of the American musical avant-garde at the end of the 1960s, which eventually led to the clubs of L.A. and New York. We can hear in Ciani's improvisations everything that has made up the development of electronic music since 1970, but above all the dialogue between artist and machine, which simply ends when the concert is over. Laconicism, precision, sound sensitivity and the weight of a tradition that Ciani was instrumental in founding come together: spectacular precisely because it is so unexciting.
Vinyl LP pressing. At Week-End Fest 2021, the enthusiastic audience got the best impression: In Suzanne Ciani's Improvisation On Four Sequences, the whole history of electronic music is present, the awakening of the American musical avant-garde at the end of the 1960s, which eventually led to the clubs of L.A. and New York. We can hear in Ciani's improvisations everything that has made up the development of electronic music since 1970, but above all the dialogue between artist and machine, which simply ends when the concert is over. Laconicism, precision, sound sensitivity and the weight of a tradition that Ciani was instrumental in founding come together: spectacular precisely because it is so unexciting.
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Improvisation On Four Sequences
Artist: Suzanne Ciani
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. At Week-End Fest 2021, the enthusiastic audience got the best impression: In Suzanne Ciani's Improvisation On Four Sequences, the whole history of electronic music is present, the awakening of the American musical avant-garde at the end of the 1960s, which eventually led to the clubs of L.A. and New York. We can hear in Ciani's improvisations everything that has made up the development of electronic music since 1970, but above all the dialogue between artist and machine, which simply ends when the concert is over. Laconicism, precision, sound sensitivity and the weight of a tradition that Ciani was instrumental in founding come together: spectacular precisely because it is so unexciting.
        
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