Kjetil Myklebust | Electric Tuba

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Electric Tuba

by Kjetil Myklebust

Electric Tuba | Kjetil Myklebust CY0904 In the rare combination of solo tuba and electronics Kjetil Myklebust perform music that ranges from electronic punk to beatoriented electronica by some of the most experimental young swedish composers.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. HiLoFi
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2. breathein#1 (feat. Stefan Klaverdal)
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3. Endast luft och brus (Only air and noise)
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4. breatheout#1 (feat. Stefan Klaverdal)
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5. Trubba
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6. breathein#2 (feat. Stefan Klaverdal)
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7. Enter the Tuba (feat. Mattias Hansson)
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8. breatheout#2 (feat. Stefan Klaverdal)
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9. Prim
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10. Breathe (feat. Stefan Klaverdal)
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11. I heard behind me a loud voice (Revelation 1:10) | Stefan Klaverdal
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Electric Tuba is a unique mixture of noise, electronica, contemporary classical and of course, tuba. It is a selection of pieces written especially for Kjetil Myklebust and presented as a combined experience on the CD.

Electric tuba, try it! No, a tuba is not electric, you say? Wrong!! You just have to ask some composers to twist their minds. Ask them to put some ideas down. Thoughts. A statement. Maybe just a thought. Wait! Don’t ask anything of them. Don’t give them what they want. Make them search. Ponder. Why give them what’s visible?
Take your predispositions elsewhere. You are the instrument, not the tuba. It’s just an extension. Why stop there?
/Kjetil Myklebust


REVIEW on Sonoloco Record reviews:
This CD has a certain atmosphere and personality to it that makes it quite original, and I do mean original to the core. This is the first time I hear something like this, and that must be almost a miracle, when one thinks of the ease at which new music is recorded and published these days, overflowing our means of perception.

http://www.sonoloco.com/rev/contemporary/myklebust.html


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