THE NOISE OF ART - BLIXA BARGELD, LUCIANO CHESSA, FRED MOPERT, O

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  • Label: Sub Rosa

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'Double LP version. Gatefold sleeve, embossed; Includes four-page booklet. The Noise Of Art: Works for Intonarumori contains seven compositions, created by the Opening Performance Orchestra, Blixa Bargeld, Luciano Chessa, and Fred Mopert. All the pieces relate to the theme of futurism and employ intonarumori, instruments invented and used more than a century ago by the Italian Futurists in their noise compositions. CD version includes 16-page booklet.

"In antiquity, life was nothing but silence."

"Today noise reigns supreme over human sensibility."

The Art of Noises, pertained to the entire 20th century. Published in 1913, in response to Francesco Balilla Pratella's Manifesto of Futurist Musicians (1911), Luigi Russolo's text encompassed the fundamental ideas for the new music of the modern age. Radical ideas required original compositional approaches, as well as new types hof instruments -- hence the futurists opted for the intonarumori. The two quotations prompted the Opening Performance Orchestra to give thought to creating compositions in which they would return to the early 20th century, when noises as means of musical expression emerged for the very first time. The typical instruments used by the Opening Performance Orchestra are laptops, by means of which they conceive their fraction music, which can be briefly characterized by the slogan "no melody no rhythm no harmony". Constructing three intonarumori, writing their own pieces for these instruments and performing works by other contemporary composers -- Blixa Bargeld, Luciano Chessa, and Fred Mopert -- represented for the Opening Performance Orchestra getting into close contact with the beginnings of the musical avant-garde, as well as returning to the historical roots of the music that had served as the basis of noise in art.'



Tracklist
A1 Opening Performance Orchestra - The Noise Of Art (2017) 11:30
Composed By, Noises [Intonarumori (Ululatore, Stropicciatore, Crepitatore)] ? Opening Performance Orchestra
Narrator ? Blixa BargeldText By [Excerpts From The Art Of Noise, 1913] ? Luigi Russolo
A2 Opening Performance Orchestra - Trio No. 3 (2017) 5:30
Composed By, Noises [Intonarumori (Ululatore, Stropicciatore, Crepitatore)], Violin ? Opening Performance Orchestra
B1 Luciano Chessa - P?ili? hlu?na samota (2017) 8:10
Composed By, Noises [Intonarumori (Ululatore, Stropicciatore)] ? Luciano Chessa
B2 Opening Performance Orchestra - Trio No. 2 (2016) 12:00
Composed By, Noises [Intonarumori (Ululatore, Stropicciatore, Crepitatore)] ? Opening Performance Orchestra
Recorded By ? Ladin ?elezny
Violin ? David Danel
C1 Fred Mopert - Neue Horizonte (2017) 6:30
Noises [Intonarumori (Ululatore, Stropicciatore)] ? Opening Performance Orchestra
Text By [Poem] ? Fred Mopert
Theremin ? Martina Pot??kova
C2 Blixa Bargeld - The Mantovani Machine, Pt. 3 - Gas (2013) 14:30
Composed By ? Blixa Bargeld
Noises [Intonarumori (Ululatore, Stropicciatore, Crepitatore)] ? Opening Performance Orchestra
D1 Opening Performance Orchestra - Futurist Soiree (2016) 20:00
Composed By, Noises [Intonarumori (Ululatore, Stropicciatore, Crepitatore)] ? Opening Performance Orchestra
Narrator ? Luciano Chessa, Phaerentz
Piano ? Miroslav Pudlak
Recorded By ? Ladin ?elezny
Text By [Excerpts From Manifesto Of Futurism, 1909] ? Filippo Tommaso Marinett
iText By [Excerpts From Manifesto Of Futurist Musicians, 1910] ? Francesco Balilla Pratella
Violin ? David Danel

Credits
Artwork ? Jaroslav Buzek
Concept By ? Opening Performance Orchestra
Liner Notes [Texts By] ? Milan Kni?ak, Monika ?vec Sybolova, Petr Rezek
Liner Notes [Translated By] ? Hilda Hearne
Mastered By ? Michael Fossenkemper
Producer ? Sub Rosa (7)

Notes
Information from a sticker: works for intonarumori (premiere recordings)
Information from inner side of the cover:
The tracks A1 to B1 and side C are "Recorded, mixed and mastered at jaMOR, Prague autumn 2017/winter, 2018".
The tracks B1 and D1 "were recorded live at the Barque Chapel of the Italian Cultural Institute in Prague, 28 November 2017, during the Intonarumori Concert by R(A)DIO(CUSTICA), Prague".
The track C2 is published by Freibank Musikverlage
Limited edition deluxe 2LP embossed gatefold cover + 4 page insert on black vinyl.
This album contains eight compositions, created by the Opening Performance Orchestra, Blixa Bargeld, Luciano Chessa and Fred Mopert. All the pieces relate to the theme of Futurism and employ intonarumori, instruments invented and used more than a century ago by the Italian Futurists in their noise compositions.

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