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Walking On Wooden Legs - Johannes Schmoelling* - Wuivend Riet

Published 05.11.2019 by Zolonos

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  1. Kemi   Zura 06.11.2019
    „Wuivend Riet“, das ist der Versuch, das bloß Elektronische zu überwinden und zu einer anderen, musikalisch inspirierten Auffassung der Elektronik und ihrer Möglichkeiten zu gelangen. Nicht der Maschinenpark beherrscht bei Johannes Schmoelling die Szene, sondern allein die musikalische Erwägung, die Form.
  2. Aragami   Vuzilkree 09.11.2019
    All tracks composed, performed, produced and mixed at Riet-Studio, Berlin "Wuivend Riet" comes from the Dutch and means "wind blown reeds". "Wuivend Riet" ist niederländisch und heißt "Wehendes Schilf" All titles published by Erdenklang Musikverlag, Ulrich Rützel, Hamburg/5(15).
  3. Nijas   Mikanris 10.11.2019
    Mar 12,  · Broadly speaking, Wuivend Riet has a much more percussive feel and less of an emphasis on sequenced patterns of melody. In some cases the sounds reflect the titles of the piece, to wit "Walking On Wooden Legs" and especially the side-long title suite, which translates into English as "wind blown reeds."/5(3).
  4. Tygojin   Teshicage 15.11.2019
    This keyboardist was a member of Germany's electronic pioneers Tangerine Dream in the early-'80s. "Wuivend riet" is Johannes Schmoelling's first and, overall, best solo album. Still, this record neither is as melodic as "Exit" or "Optical race" nor as consistent as "Phaedra" or "Tangram"/5(8).
  5. Kagaktilar   Kazrazahn 07.11.2019
    11 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Johannes Schmoelling* - /5(92).
  6. Brakus   Mezizragore 07.11.2019
    Jan 06,  · Check out Walking on Wooden Legs by Johannes Schmoelling on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on shaknuadaravusida.infoinfo
  7. Kazilrajas   Murn 13.11.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Wuivend Riet on Discogs/5(8).
  8. Yozshur   Brak 12.11.2019
    Wuivend Riet, Dutch for "wind-blown reeds," was composed for an experimental theater piece where actors swayed back and forth among the reeds. "Part 1" is a bizarre collage of croaking frogs, running water, speeded up duck chatter, slurping noises, sawing 9/

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