Common Objects - Skullmarks album download
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Composed By – John Butcher
- Recorded At – Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford
- Artwork, Design – Cathy Fishman
- Electronics – Lee Patterson, Pat Thomas
- Harp [Electric Harp], Liner Notes – Rhodri Davies
- Liner Notes [Japanese Translation] – Megumi Sakata
- Recorded By – Simon Reynell
- Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Mixed By, Mastered By, Liner Notes – John Butcher
- Violin – Angharad Davies, Lina Lapelytė
NotesLimited edition of 600.
Recorded at the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, UK, March 22, 2016.
Co-produced with Sound and Music as part of the 2014-15 touring program with a grant from the Arts Council England and sponsored by Resonance Extra.
Liner notes included in English and Japanese.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LT030
- Mould SID Code: IFPI TBH99
- Matrix / Runout: 1D49600044 meenna-980
Common Objects – Skullmarks. Common Objects – Skullmarks. Label: Meenna – meenna-980. Composed By – John Butcher.
10:02-14:38 Common Objects - ‘Skullmarks’ (excerpt) from Skullmarks, Meenna 201. kullmarks is one of six pieces performed by Common Objects that use museum pieces as scores
John Butcher - Pat Thomas - Rhodri DAVIES - Common Objects. Skullmarks CD €16. Common Objects. Whitewashed With Lines (Common Objects) CDx2 €1. 0. write us. Do you have any special request?
The group Common Objects was formed in 2005 by the British harpist/composer Rhodri Davies. The group has had a fluid membership, but in recent years its core members have been the six musicians performing on this album: John Butcher, Angharad Davies, Lina Lapelyte, Lee Patterson, Pat Thomas, and Rhodri Davies. Common Objects performs a wide range of music, from composed works to improvisation. Skullmarks documents the group’s first project in which objects are used as scores. Skullmarks, the work recorded on this album, was based on four historical objects that John Butcher selected from the huge ethnographic collection at the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford. These objects were displayed to the musicians and audience during the performance held at the museum on March 22, 2016.
Common Objects - Skullmarks (Meenna) Welsh harpist Rhodri Davies first convened Common Objects in 2005, and you could say that it has evolved patiently between then and now. Once unfixed, the group’s. They were by no means common objects. Butcher selected them from the collection of the Pitt Rivers Museum, an anthropological institution based in Oxford, England. Each of the four objects was made to contain animistic energy. The musicians aren’t believers, nor do they do anything so gauche as to try and create some sort of shamanic ritual in the objects’ presence. But they are all serious diviners of the spirit of the moment, tuned into each other and the space that contains them
The second album from German saxophonist and clarinetist Klaus Gesing, Swedish bassist Bjorn Meyer, and Swiss drummer Samuel Rohrer co-composed the rich atmospheres of timbre, textured percussion and propulsive beats, landscapes over which their playing intertwines in lyrical progressions, very much in an ECM vein of rich subtlety and imaginative playing. Klaus Gesing, Bjorn Meyer, Samuel Rohrer : Amiira (Arjunamusic)
The exhibition "New Painting of Common Objects" at the Pasadena Art Museum in 1962 was the first museum survey of American pop art. The eight artists included were: Roy Lichtenstein, Jim Dine, Andy Warhol, Phillip Hefferton, Robert Dowd, Edward Ruscha, Joe Goode and Wayne Thiebaud. It was curated by Walter Hopps, who had given Andy Warhol his first solo show at the Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles the previous year.
appears in 3 other collections. Skullmarks (gift given). wishlist in wishlist . You own this. appears in 1 other collection.
Common Objects, after having debuted with Live In Morden Tower (january 2013), then released the multisession Whitewashed With Lines (may 2013 and march 2014), comprising of two very long suites (the 57-minute Cup And Ring and the 44-minute Repose And Vertigo). Skullmarks is their third release. What Beyond (King Harvest, 2019) is a re-release featuring two pieces by Japan saxophonist Kaoru Abe, died very young at 29, on solo alto sax, recorded in december 1972