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IN/OUT

IN/OUT by Dine Doneff buy album

Dine Doneff

Label: Nered
Released: 2019
Duration: 21:00"
Views: 135

Track Listing

1. Common ground 2. Division within 3. Contradiction 4. Homecoming 5. Unbelonging 6. Disquiet 7. Exile

Personnel

Dine Doneff
Dine Doneff

multi-instrumentalist

Additional Personnel / Information

Composed & performed live* by Dine Doneff July 1, 2016, Domagk Ateliers, Munich Pre-recorded material: Piano, Fender Bass, Electric Guitar, Drums, Waterphone, Bendir, Bells, Flutes, Spinetto, Keyboards & Mouth Harmonica played by Dine Doneff Vocal quartet in Disquiet: Lada Kandarjieva soprano Elena Ginina soprano Elitsa Dankova mezzo & Irina Gotcheva alto Field recordings-soundscapes**: (a’) Tram + melodica played by a blind street musician in Lisbon (b’) Battery-operated toys on an open market in Istanbul (c') Crows in the center of Timisoara (d') Spineto played by D.Doneff on the backstage of a theater in Krakow (e') People talking in an escalator at the National Theater of Timisoara (f') Announcement at the airport of Zurich *As a part of the vernissage for: In Search of a Common Ground #2 a group exhibition by eleven contemporary Macedonian artists. **Recorded by Dine Doneff Cover artwork by Fotini Potamia Recorded & mixed by Pande Noushin Mastered by Tome Rapovina

Album Description

A Soundscape Theater for Double Bass & Tapes neRED w/ ECM Records Following up on his Balkan-Jazz Folk-Opera Rousilvo (2018), Macedonian composer/multi- instrumentalist Dine Doneff presents IN/OUT as the second release on the neRED music label in cooperation with ECM Records. The 21-minute long album has been referred to as “A Soundscape Theater for Double Bass and Tapes” and was recorded live on July 1, 2016 in Domagk Ateliers, Munich as a part of the vernissage for: In Searching of a Common Ground #2, an exhibition of eleven contemporary Macedonian artists. As a play in one act, IN/OUT is a dialogue between a soloist and a soundscape of pre-recorded compositions and field recordings made in several European cities, which runs through the performance. The question of what is IN and what OUT creates a dialectical conversation between the actor/improviser and the composer/thinker. Common ground, Division within, Contradiction, Homecoming, Unbelonging, Disquiet and Exile arise in succession as subjects upon which an intensive dialogue takes place. credits released February 9, 2019 Composed & performed live* by Dine Doneff July 1, 2016, Domagk Ateliers, Munich Pre-recorded material: Piano, Fender Bass, Electric Guitar, Drums, Waterphone, Bendir, Bells, Flutes, Spinetto, Keyboards & Mouth Harmonica played by Dine Doneff Vocal quartet in Disquiet: Lada Kandarjieva soprano Elena Ginina soprano Elitsa Dankova mezzo & Irina Gotcheva alto Field recordings-soundscapes**: (a’) Tram + melodica played by a blind street musician in Lisbon (b’) Battery-operated toys on an open market in Istanbul (c') Crows in the center of Timisoara (d') Spineto played by D.Doneff on the backstage of a theater in Krakow (e') People talking in an escalator at the National Theater of Timisoara (f') Announcement at the airport of Zurich *As a part of the vernissage for: In Search of a Common Ground #2 a group exhibition by eleven contemporary Macedonian artists. **Recorded by Dine Doneff Cover artwork by Fotini Potamia Recorded & mixed by Pande Noushin Mastered by Tome Rapovina Produced by neRED music Marketed in cooperation with ECM Records GmbH


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