Ronit Kirchman & Torsten Müller | An Idea to Farewell

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An Idea to Farewell

by Ronit Kirchman & Torsten Müller

This recording documents the first explosive musical meeting of two virtuosic and trail-blazing improvisers. Press play and go on an utterly unexpected journey! Discover a new world of string playing and spontaneous structural composition.
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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1. Yet Dissolved Is Too Ronit Kirchman & Torsten Müller
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2. Beautiful but Evening Like Untrue Ronit Kirchman & Torsten Müller
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13:11 $1.99
3. For Whom the Day Ronit Kirchman & Torsten Müller
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4. Hushful-Not-Paradise Ronit Kirchman & Torsten Müller
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5. The Spheres of the Spectre Ronit Kirchman & Torsten Müller
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14:28 $1.99
6. Shadow's Like a Great Embellishment Ronit Kirchman & Torsten Müller
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7. Its End Is Its Nature Ronit Kirchman & Torsten Müller
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Ronit Kirchman - violin ; Torsten Müller - contrabass
Music co-composed by Ronit Kirchman and Torsten Müller
album produced by Ronit Kirchman
recorded April 12, 2003 at Catasonic Studios in Los Angeles
tracking engineer: Mark Wheaton
tracks 1-6 mixed by Mark Wheaton; track 7 mixed by Ronit Kirchman and Mark Wheaton

Fun facts:
None of the tracks have internal edits. They were played and composed in real time, as you hear them.
Track 7 was created in 4 cumulative full-length performances.


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