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Brushes

by Luluk Purwanto & the Helsdingen Trio

A cosmopolitan group where the common denominator is a love and passion for creative and original modern jazz. The repetoir is a blending of musical cultures representing Indonesia, America and the Netherlands.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Latihan (feat. Luluk Purwanto)
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2. Why Don't You Empty My Pockets (feat. Luluk Purwanto)
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3. Gajah (feat. Rene Van Helsdingen)
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4. Kelingan (feat. Luluk Purwanto)
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5. Silang (feat. Rene Van Helsdingen)
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6. Space Call (feat. Marcello Pellitteri)
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7. Brushes (feat. Luluk Purwanto)
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8. E2 (feat. Rene Van Helsdingen)
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9. Mimpi (feat. Rene Van Helsdingen)
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10. Tours (feat. Marcello Pellitteri)
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11. Tingling Machine (feat. Rene Van Helsdingen)
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12. Takon Si-Mbak (feat. Luluk Purwanto)
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13. Indiana (feat. Rene Van Helsdingen)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The release of ‘Brushes’ follows a succesful tour of Luluk Purwanto & the Helsdingen trio & the Stage Bus: Born Free US 2002, Indonesian American Dutch Cross Cultural Promotion Tour. 70 Non profit performances at 45 Universities and
colleges in 24 States. A music project touring the United States reviving a tradition from the earliest days of American jazz, when musicians travelled with band buses, carrying their music to ‘out of town’ dancehalls. What is new is that
the Stage Bus is rebuilt by Dutch visual artist Aart Marcus and one side of this Stage Bus opens up to form a well-equipped stage, complete with grand piano, drum set, sophisticated sound and lighting systems, portable audience seating and even tents for when it rains. Luluk Purwanto & the Helsdingen Trio, a cosmopolitan group where the common denominator is a love and passion for creative and original modern jazz. Luluk comes from the Island of Java,
Indonesia, and performs on violin and voice, creating a unique approach that captures her cultural heritage. Some of her arrangements and improvisations involve an evocative recreation of the sounds and sights of childhood life in
Luluk’s native Yogyakarta (the center of Javanese performing arts.) The repetoire is a blending of musical cultures representing Indonesia, America and The Netherlands. The Born Free USA tour was part of JakArt @ 2002, International
Arts Cultural & Educational Festival a celebration of art and culture from Indonesia and around the world in celebration of the birthday of Jakarta. Born Free US 2002 was Supported and Endorsed By; The Royal Embassy of the Netherlands, Washington DC The Royal Embassy of the Netherlands, Jakarta, Indonesia Consulate General of the Netherlands, Los Angeles The Embassy of the United States of America, Jakarta, Indonesia The Embassy of the United States of America, The Hague, The Netherlands The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, Washington DC The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia to the Holy See, Rome, Italy JakArt @ 2002 Festival (endorsed by Unesco) Supported and Organized By: René van Helsdingen and Luluk Purwanto, Helsdingen music BV , Amsterdam and Munich Records, Wageningen, The
Netherlands Their previous Cd: ‘Born Free’ was released in North America by Zebra Acoustic
Records and distributed in the US by Warner/ Elektra/ Atlantic Corporation, an AOL-Time Warner Company on August 27, 2002. Track information: 1) Latihan (practise) 4.17 min - (Luluk Purwanto) recorded at Studio van Schuppen, Veenendaal, The Netherlands, May 4, 2002 violin-Luluk Purwanto 2) Why don’t you Empty my Pockets 6.21 min - (R.v Helsdingen)
recorded at Studio van Schuppen, January 30, 2001 and May 25, 2002 violin-Luluk Purwanto, piano-René van Helsdingen, drums-Marcello Pellitteri, bass-Essiet Okon Essiet 3) Gajah (elephant) 1.54 - (R.v Helsdingen) recorded at Studio van Schuppen, Veenendaal, The Netherlands, May 4, 2002 piano-René van Helsdingen 4) Kèlingan, (remember) 11.36 - (R.v Helsdingen, J. Roberts) recorded at Studio van Schuppen, January 30, 2001 and May 25, 2002 violin-Luluk Purwanto, piano-Rene van Helsdingen, drums-Marcello Pellitteri, bass-Essiet Okon Essiet 5) Silang, (crossed) 4.54 (R.v Helsdingen)
recorded at Studio van Schuppen, Veenendaal, The Netherlands, May 4, 2002 piano-René van Helsdingen 6) Space call 4.25 (M. Pellitteri) cymbals played with every part of the Brushes (wires, rubber handles and metal wire pulling device)
recorded st Ad Lib Studio, Brooklyn, New York, May 13-14, 2002 Recording engineer: Blake Lindberg Mixed at SOULSTATION, Brooklyn, New York, May 13-14, 2002 by Jean Baptiste Boclé Space call was dedicated to Luluk
Drums/ percussion-Marcello Pellitteri 7) Brushes 5.43 (L.L. Purwanto, R.v Helsdingen) recorded and filmed at Studio van Schuppen, October 22, 25, 2001 and January 7, 2002. Mixed at Farmsound Studio, April 9, 2002. violin-Luluk Purwanto, piano-René van Helsdingen, drums-Marcello Pellitteri, bass-Essiet Okon Essiet 8) E2 2.49 min (R.v Helsdingen) recorded at Studio van Schuppen, Veenendaal, The Netherlands, May 4, 2002
piano-Rene van Helsdingen 9) Mimpi (dreams) 2.13 min (L.L. Purwanto) (Homage to the Eternal Creativity of the Human Race) recorded at Studio van Schuppen, Veenendaal, The Netherlands , May 26, 2002 special remix: Jochem Geene
violin-Luluk Purwanto 10) Tours 3.11 min (M. Pellitteri) drums and percussion played with every part of the Brushes
(wires, rubber handles and metal wire pulling device) recorded st Ad Lib Studio, Brooklyn, New York, May 13-14, 2002
Recording engineer: Blake Lindberg ixed at SOULSTATION, Brooklyn, New York, May 13-14, 2002 by Jean Baptiste Boclé
Tours was dedicated to René Drums/ percussion-Marcello Pellitteri 11) Tingling Machine 6.20 min (L.L. Purwanto, R.v Helsdingen) recorded at Studio van Schuppen, January 7, 2002. Percussion/ vocals/ violin-Luluk Purwanto, percussion-Mbak Fitri singing over the phone recorded at Studio van Schuppen, May 29, 2002. Voice-Mbak Fitri 14) Indiana 5.35 min (Ballard MacDonald, James F. Hanley) Arranged by Luluk and René recorded at Studio van Schuppen, January 30, 2001
and recorded at Farmsound, June 3, 2002 violin-Luluk Purwanto, piano-René van Helsdingen, drums-Marcello Pellitteri, bass-Essiet Okon Essiet Clarinet-Job Zomer .All songs mixed at Farmsound Studio, Heelsum, The Netherlands
Except for Space Call , Tours and Mimpi. All songs composed by Luluk and Rene except for Space Call , Tours, Indiana.
Marcello plays Sabian cymbals, gong and Regal Tip sticks.
Addition video information title song Brushes: Video Introduction JakArt @ 2001
International Arts Cultural & Educational Festival June 2001, Festival Performance, Category: Visual Arts/International
Event Title: Art Installation, "The Great Tingling Machine Electronic Engineer and visual artist: Aart Marcus, Netherlands
Venue: Erasmus Huis outside grounds,Date: 1-22 June, 2001, Documentation by the Erasmus Huis
Performance supported by: Royal Embassy of the Netherlands, Jakarta, Indonesia "The Great Tingling Machine" is the title of this extraordinary sculpture which was built on the grounds of the Erasmus Huis during the month of June, 2001,
and completed on June 22 in celebration of Jakarta's birthday. Originally conceived as a moving sculpture that uses scrap metal. The name "Tingling Machine" is inspired on the name and work of the Swiss artist, Jean Tinguely.
Five giant leaves are supporting a huge globe made of bamboo. In these leaves are mounted all sorts of musical and sound-producing instruments. Rotating on a motorized base, the movement of the bamboo globe causes the
various instruments to produce sounds. The globe has electronic microphones to pick up certain sounds, from the squeaking, scraping and tinkling of instruments, machine parts and the wind itself. The sculpture is a metaphor
for earth, with its natural abundance of plants and flowers surrounded by humanity's screeching, scraping, humming, technological progress. Marcus was assisted by : Sanggar Anak 'Akar: Amin, Jay, Joni, Sandi, Tian, and the
festival volonteers Ati and Danang. Sanggar anak akar is a medium of education for marginalized children
organized by concerned members of the community with the participation of the children themselves. Made in Holland
Recorded and filmed October 22, 25, 2001 and January 7, 2002 at: Studio van Schuppen, Jochem Geene, Assistant: Eva Blankespoor Mixing April 9, 10, 2002-04-13 at Farmsound Studio, Wil Hesen Website: http://www.farmsound.nl
More Production info on CD-ROM Menu Technical support, CDRom Menu and Web Master, Paul Jansen, De WebWinkel
Website: http://www.dewebwinkel.com, email: info@dewebwinkel.com' Music behind Scribble:"The Tingling Machine", Percussion performed by Luluk & René, Music ‘Brushes” and the ‘Tingling Machine’ Composed by: René van Helsdingen and Luluk Purwanto Martijn van Beenen: Directing Cameraman Film & Video Production, derde Hugo de grootstraat 17 II,
1052 LK, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, email: vbeenen@xs4all.nl Production assistant : Susanne van Laatum
Wendela Scheltema: Video and film Editing: at: Bobbie Film Production and Editing,Spuistraat 247, 1012 VP Amsterdam, The Netherlands Email: wendelas@xs4all.nl Chroma Key: Marco Vermaas, Studio Vermaas, Brantasgracht 11, 1019 RK Amsterdam, The Netherlands, website: www.studiovermaas.nl, email: info@studiovermaas.nl Format conversion: Europe Audio Video Rent, Professional audio & video-equipment rental, Schoolstraat 62, 3451 AG Vleuten, Email: ear@xs4all.nl, Website: http://www.eavr.com, Engineer: Leo Koster, Assistant engineer: Tim Koster split - screen editing: Joost van Herwijnen, herring@xs4all.nl Camera equipment: Moskito Film Encoding: Valkieser Solutions, Hilversum, the Netherlands, Website: http://www.valkieser.com Snare Drum Projection (shadow- and beamer projection)
Rotating Stage, The Great Tingling Machine, Electronic Engineer and visual artist, H.A.Marcus, Art-Works, H.A. Marcus, Oudezijds Achterburgwal 126, 1012 DT, Amsterdam, email: aart.marcus@12move.nl, website: http://www.art-works.nl.


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