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PETER CUSACK & NICOLAS COLLINS : A Host, of Golden Daffodils

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  • Format: CD [PL07]
  • Shipping Weight: 0.1kg
  • Label: Plate Lunch

On this live recording from 1996, performed at the STEIM, Amsterdam and the 'Museum für Gegenwart', Berlin, Englishman Peter Cusack, best known for his electro/acoustic works and his improvisational music, has teamed up with the American composer/musician Nicolas Collins. Peter Cusack, who uses guitar, bouzouki, samplers and electronics on this CD, has worked with artists as various as Evan Parker, Jon Rose, Chris Cutler, David Toop and Max Eastley. Nicolas Collins studied with Alvin Lucier and worked with long-time John Cage assistant David Tudor for many years. Collins is a pioneer in the use of manipulated CD-players, long before Oval and others did this. A Host, of Golden Daffodils is an exciting meeting of two musicians, who create a gorgeous world of sounds using acoustic string instruments next to digital samples, manipulations and noises. These works are beyond technical speculation because they do not give the listener a moment to wonder or become concerned with process. They are happening -- and if you think about them you'll miss some grand detail that may never return."

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Tracklist
1 Stoyan 21:46
2 Ichor 14:51
3 Hazlitt 13:13

Recorded At – STEIM
Recorded At – Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin
Mixed At – Elektronisches Studio der Technischen Universität Berlin

Credits
Design – MHz
Electronics [Processes, CD, Radio Sources, Trombone-Propelled Electronics] – Nicolas Collins
Engineer – Gerhard Behles
Guitar, Bouzouki, Whistling, Electronics, Sampler [Triggers Samples] – Peter Cusack
Mastered By – Robert Poss
Mixed By, Edited By, Composed By – Collins, Cusack

Notes
Recorded live in concert at STEIM (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) June 1996 and at Museum für Gegenwart, Hamburger Bahnhof, (Berlin, Germany), November 1996.
Mixed at the Elektronisches Studio der Technische Universität (Berlin, Germany), April 1997.
Produced with kind assistance of the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) Berlin.


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