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The Lake is a place for music and sounds. The radio stream runs all hours of the day and is randomized. No one knows what The Lake plays next.Every week, talk programs, concert recordings, interviews, mixtapes and more are broadcast and released as podcasts.The Lake is driven and curated by Mads Brauer, Casper Clausen, Rasmus Stolberg, Jan Høgh Stricker, Kasper Vang, Rasmus Cleve Christensen, Anne Dalby, Asger Kudahl, Jan Sneum, William Kudahl, Sandra Borch, Mei Bao, Frederik Heidemann, Louise Esbensen, Niels Malte Lundsgaard, and Asta Louisa Bjerre, with the aid of a long list of kind contributors and collaborators.The music broadcasted via www.thelakeradio.com is made available with permission from KODA/NCB & Gramex.Write us an email: contact [at] thelakeradio [dot] com

Latest Episodes

BLACK & WHITE RADIO #4: Sebastian Reynolds

In this episode of Black & White Radio, Nico de Rooij voyages with Oxford-based keyboard player/pianist and producer Sebastian Reynolds who traverses new classical composition, retro futurist production, sampling dystopian literature and Buddhist Eschatology. Following his formative years leading cult musical ensembles Keyboard Choir and Braindead Collective, Sebastian has more latterly made a name for himself with the modern classical trio Solo Collective – in which he performs with German chamber musicians Alex Stolze and Anne Müller (Erased Tapes) – and the Thai/Anglo dance and music show Mahajanaka Dance Drama that he scored and produced. Tracklist: 1. 0:10 The Universe Remembers - Sebastian Reynolds 2. 3:20 The Snowman - Howard Blake 3. 6:20 Peace begins at home - Sea & Air 4. 7:15 Peace begins at Home (remix) - Sebastian Reynolds 5. 8:40 Kid A - Radiohead 6. 13:05 Tierkreis- cancer - Stockhausen 7. 17:55 La Fabbrica Illuminata _ Luigi Nono 8. 20:05 The illuminated Factory (the Aviary) - Sebastian Reynolds 9. 22:50 Great Lekakul 10. 24:15 continious : discrete - Pradit Saengkrai 11. 26:55 Mahajanaka (singing bowls) - Sebastian Reynolds 12. 27:15 (quote) Tibetische Klangschalen II Arash (Klaus Wiese) 13. 28:42 Mahajanaka (Original Version)- Sebastian Reynolds 14. 32:25 Mahajanaka : Theme for Maṇīmekhala - Sebastian Reynolds 15. 35:15 Puzzle Creatures - Lament - Sebastian Reynolds 16. 41:10 Gas and Electricity - Sebastian Reynolds 17. 42:36 Mildenhall - Sebastian Reynolds 18. 45:40 Sleepy eye - Susumu Yokota 19. 48:22 Holy Island - Anne Müller, Sebastian Reynolds, Alex Stolze 20. 57:08 The Universe Remembers- Sebastian Reynolds 21. 1:01:06 The Nothing That Is - Simon McCorry

65 MIN1 w ago
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BLACK & WHITE RADIO #4: Sebastian Reynolds

MIXTAPE: Big Organ Sounds and Percussion #2 by J.Vognsen

This is a five part series dedicated to electric organs. The title of the series was chosen for two reasons: Firstly, “Organ Sounds And Percussion” is an album by Eddie Layton from 1962. Layton was one of my first great heroes on the electric organ and one of the main reasons I became interested in the instrument. Another significant early influence on my listening habits was Big John Patton. The title is meant as a tribute to those two musicians in appreciation of their work. Secondly, the “percussion”-part is intended to imply that the series deals primarily with popular, rhythmic genres: Jazz, rock, reggae, funk and whatnot. More abstract material - drone, free improvisation, modern composition - is better suited for a separate treatment in my opinion. In terms of the programming, I’ve been guided by two further choices: Firstly, though a few names reappear over the course of the series, I’ve attempted to present as many different artists as possible. Secondly, in #1 - #4 the main focus is on shorter pieces. In #5 emphasis is on longer pieces. Finally, there are many types of electric organs on display here, including sampled and imitated ones. Truth be told, in one track there is no organ whatsoever outside of the lyrics. This is not an academic exercise and I’m no purist. My main purpose has simply been to make a selection that is a continuous joy to listen to throughout. Thanks to Jan Høgh Stricker for the invitation. Thanks to Kasper Vang for editing and mixing. Thanks to Peter Peter, Chris Cutler and Martin Hoshi Vognsen for helping out. J. Vognsen April 20th, 2020 Tracklist on this link: https://tinyurl.com/bigorgansoundstracklist2

-1 s1 w ago
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MIXTAPE: Big Organ Sounds and Percussion #2 by J.Vognsen

Inner Peace with Midori Hirano

Welcome to the 3rd episode of Inner Peace. This time with sound-artist Midori Hirano from her home in Berlin. Midori has created a beautiful journey in music and layered sounds. Enjoy the dive within. Tracklist: 1: Interview with HAL 9000 Computer (from „2001: A Space Odyssey“) 2. Maria w Horn - Interlocked Cycles I 3. Midori Hirano - Sleeping Under The Raintrees 4. YTAMO - Mantis 5. Gutevolk - Yumekitan 6. Spirit Fest - River River 7. Masayoshi Fujita - Story of Forest 8. Mami Sakurai - Amagoi Odoriuta 9. Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions - Feeling Of Gaze 10. Moon Ate The Dark - Ventricles 11. Midori Hirano - Asa 12. Midori Hirano - Forgot The Name 13. Aki Tsuyuko - Noel’s Organ 14. Stars of the Lid - Don’t Bother They’re Here 15. An Average Sadness by Ameni Rozsa (from „Paul Auster Reads the National Story Project“)

57 MIN2 w ago
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Inner Peace with Midori Hirano

Inner Peace with Casper Clausen

We’re visiting Casper Clausen's livingroom in Lisbon. Casper is imaginating inner peace through his record collection, intimate recordings and excerpts of books that are keeping him company. Enjoy the dive within. Tracklist: Grouper - The Races Peter Broderick - Film Score Outtake 1 Isao Tomita - Clair de Lune (Suite Bergamasque, No. 3) Paul Horn - Psalm 3 Chris Watson - Elephants Robbie Basho - Orphan Lament Ariel Kalma - Boreal Midori Hirano - by the window Virginia Astley - Morning Merope - Ganiau Virginia Astley - With my eyes wide open I’m dreaming Heather Woods - For Misty Recited texts from 'Empty Spaces' by Laurie Anderson & 'The Horla' by Guy de Maupassant.

41 MINMAY 5
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Inner Peace with Casper Clausen

MIXTAPE: Big Organ Sounds And Percussion #1 by J. Vognsen

This is a five part series dedicated to electric organs. The title of the series was chosen for two reasons: Firstly, “Organ Sounds And Percussion” is an album by Eddie Layton from 1962. Layton was one of my first great heroes on the electric organ and one of the main reasons I became interested in the instrument. Another significant early influence on my listening habits was Big John Patton. The title is meant as a tribute to those two musicians in appreciation of their work. Secondly, the “percussion”-part is intended to imply that the series deals primarily with popular, rhythmic genres: Jazz, rock, reggae, funk and whatnot. More abstract material - drone, free improvisation, modern composition - is better suited for a separate treatment in my opinion. In terms of the programming, I’ve been guided by two further choices: Firstly, though a few names reappear over the course of the series, I’ve attempted to present as many different artists as possible. Secondly, in #1 - #4 the main focus is on shorter pieces. In #5 emphasis is on longer pieces. Finally, there are many types of electric organs on display here, including sampled and imitated ones. Truth be told, in one track there is no organ whatsoever outside of the lyrics. This is not an academic exercise and I’m no purist. My main purpose has simply been to make a selection that is a continuous joy to listen to throughout. Thanks to Jan Høgh Stricker for the invitation. Thanks to Kasper Vang for editing and mixing. Thanks to Peter Peter, Chris Cutler and Martin Hoshi Vognsen for helping out. J. Vognsen April 2020 Tracklist can be found on this link: https://tinyurl.com/y78o3wqp

-1 sMAY 1
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MIXTAPE: Big Organ Sounds And Percussion #1 by J. Vognsen

Works for Radio #4 || Prize presentation

In January 2020 we announced an open call for new works for the radio, following the question: "How can art for radio sound?" We received more than 200 works from all over the world, and it's been an overwhelming, ear-opening experience and a real pleasure listening to all the submissions. We're very thankful for the response. In this program, we present the four prize recipients and listen to their beautiful and very different works. At soundcloud.com/thelakeradio, you can find all four works along with some honorable mentions. Thanks again to everyone who took their time to submit a piece! Works for Radio #4 is made possible with support from Koda Culture.

58 MINAPR 24
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Works for Radio #4 || Prize presentation

Artist Talks #4: Sol Archer – Field recordings and quarantine

In this English language episode of Kunstnersamtaler, Thorbjørn talks to UK- and Netherlands-based filmmaker Sol Archer about his newly released field recordings that he has begun making after being confined by corona quarantine.

38 MINAPR 21
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Artist Talks #4: Sol Archer – Field recordings and quarantine

IN THE MIX WITH Felix Kubin: Filmriss - supranormal film scores selected for Radio Immunity

The last mix in our series with CPH:DOX is made by the one and only Felix Kubin. Felix Kubin has been involved with the noise project Klangkrieg, the communist singing group Liedertafel Margot Honecker and the tetchy teenage bands Die Egozentrischen 2 and x2. Reaching from abstract Expressionism to Pop Surrealism and cassette tape punk. If isolation and social distancing is a marathon separated in different phases, there's the right music that helps to survive each one of them. Join Felix Kubin for almost 2 hours of Radio Immunity with four sections of quirky and peaceful film scores. Felix Kubin will guide you through it all. "I am not a collector. My records observe me. They lead their own life. The easiest records to find in my archive are the film scores. I only have a small bunch of them because a lot of film music is mediocre, pompous and unnecessary. The scores I put together for this collection are so strong in form and content that they can easily exist without the films. Their composers experimented with new techniques and means of expression. Some of the scores are abstract, some cross the border to foley sound. It seems that production companies and directors respected the artistic freedom of film composers more in the past. But film music can never be just a greasy background noise. Film music has to be an actor - or stay silent. " - Felix Kubin Watch film artist Marie Losier charming portrait about the German synthesiser genius Felix Kubin’s musical wonder world. Analogue sound on analogue film at CPH:DOX' online programme. The film is available until April 30 here: https://cphdox.shift72.com/film/felix-in-wonderland/ Tracklist: Jingle: Rupert Hine - Immunity SCIENCE AND FICTION Gil Mellé - The Andromeda Strain 1971 (The Andromeda Strain, Desert Trip) Bernard Herrmann - The day the earth stood still 1951 (Klaatu, Escape) Zdeněk Liška - Ikarie XB-1 1963 (Do Not Eat The Fruit, Ikarie XB-1, The Backwoods Of The Universe) Li de la Russe & Nikki St. George - The Tomorrow People 1969 (Planetarium, Restless Relays) SPOOK AND ROMANCE Peter Principle - Pandemonium 1985 Mica Levi - Under the skin 2013 (Death) Francis Lai - Un homme et une femme 1966 (A l'ombre de nous) Gene Moore - Carnival of Souls 1962 (2x) Krzysztof Komeda - When Angels Fall 1959 David Lynch, Peter Ivers - Eraserhead 1977 (In Heaven) Krzysztof Komeda - Cul-de-Sac 1965 CHASE AND ESCAPE Isao Tomita / Arthur Honegger - Pacific 231 1978 Cabaret Voltaire - Johnny YesNo 1981 (Taxi Music) Herbie Hancock - The spook who sat by the door 1973 (Training Day) Don Ellis - The French Connection 1971 (main theme) Wirtschaftswunder - Tscherwonez 1982 (Die Flucht, The Girls in the Navy) ARTS AND SUBSTANCE Raymond Scott - Ripples (Montage) 1967 Slava Tsukerman, Brenda I. Hutchinson, Clive Smith - Liquid Sky 1982 (Sunset, night club I, night club II) Yasuaki Shimizu - Music for Commercials 1987 (2x) A.E.Bizottság - Jégkrémbalett 1984 (Milarepaverzió) The Mothers of Invention - Uncle Meat 1969 (The Uncle Meat Variations) Michael Nyman - A zed and two noughts 1985 (L'escargot)

99 MINAPR 8
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IN THE MIX WITH Felix Kubin: Filmriss - supranormal film scores selected for Radio Immunity

Inner Peace: Evening & Night Ragas

An introduction to North Indian Classical music with Indrė Jurgelevičiūtė From her home in Antwerp (BE), musician and artist Indrė Jurgelevičiūtė shares her musical passion and wisdom for North Indian classical music. Indre has an excellent ear for the space within music, and she frequently visits and studies the music of this region. So we asked Indre to help us all slow down gently, to be able to find a bit of inner peace in these worried times. The program is full of music and voices of great masters seeking peace throughout – not only their music – but their entire existence. Find a comfortable spot and bliss out. Tracklist: 1. Kishori Amonkar. Rageshree 2. Hariprasad Chaurasa. Ma (granvat 2014) 3. N. Rajam. Bageshri Kanhra. (Maestro's Choice 1991) 4. Girija Devi. Bhairavi thumri 5. Ustad Bismillah Khan - dhun

58 MINAPR 7
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Inner Peace: Evening & Night Ragas

The Lake & Kunsthal Aarhus: Første Torsdag m. William Kudahl

Kunsthal Aarhus & The Lake Radio åbner i eftermiddag op til en to timer lang radiofonisk udstilling med William Kudahl. Mens dørene til Kunsthal Aarhus’ fysiske bygning er lukket, samarbejder kunstinstitutionen med The Lake Radio om at sende udstillingen over internet-radio; gennem vægge og ud i den friske luft. William Kudahl præsenterer i radio-udstillingen et arkiv af kasserede lydfiler, han har samlet fra digitale papirkurve på Det Jyske Musikkonservatorium i Århus. I arkivet lytter man til skitser, stilheder og forkerte optagelser; et stemme-opvarmning, en udefinerbar summen, en samtale overhørt af mikrofonen; lyd der er før, efter eller ved siden af.

124 MINAPR 3
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The Lake & Kunsthal Aarhus: Første Torsdag m. William Kudahl

Latest Episodes

BLACK & WHITE RADIO #4: Sebastian Reynolds

In this episode of Black & White Radio, Nico de Rooij voyages with Oxford-based keyboard player/pianist and producer Sebastian Reynolds who traverses new classical composition, retro futurist production, sampling dystopian literature and Buddhist Eschatology. Following his formative years leading cult musical ensembles Keyboard Choir and Braindead Collective, Sebastian has more latterly made a name for himself with the modern classical trio Solo Collective – in which he performs with German chamber musicians Alex Stolze and Anne Müller (Erased Tapes) – and the Thai/Anglo dance and music show Mahajanaka Dance Drama that he scored and produced. Tracklist: 1. 0:10 The Universe Remembers - Sebastian Reynolds 2. 3:20 The Snowman - Howard Blake 3. 6:20 Peace begins at home - Sea & Air 4. 7:15 Peace begins at Home (remix) - Sebastian Reynolds 5. 8:40 Kid A - Radiohead 6. 13:05 Tierkreis- cancer - Stockhausen 7. 17:55 La Fabbrica Illuminata _ Luigi Nono 8. 20:05 The illuminated Factory (the Aviary) - Sebastian Reynolds 9. 22:50 Great Lekakul 10. 24:15 continious : discrete - Pradit Saengkrai 11. 26:55 Mahajanaka (singing bowls) - Sebastian Reynolds 12. 27:15 (quote) Tibetische Klangschalen II Arash (Klaus Wiese) 13. 28:42 Mahajanaka (Original Version)- Sebastian Reynolds 14. 32:25 Mahajanaka : Theme for Maṇīmekhala - Sebastian Reynolds 15. 35:15 Puzzle Creatures - Lament - Sebastian Reynolds 16. 41:10 Gas and Electricity - Sebastian Reynolds 17. 42:36 Mildenhall - Sebastian Reynolds 18. 45:40 Sleepy eye - Susumu Yokota 19. 48:22 Holy Island - Anne Müller, Sebastian Reynolds, Alex Stolze 20. 57:08 The Universe Remembers- Sebastian Reynolds 21. 1:01:06 The Nothing That Is - Simon McCorry

65 MIN1 w ago
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BLACK & WHITE RADIO #4: Sebastian Reynolds

MIXTAPE: Big Organ Sounds and Percussion #2 by J.Vognsen

This is a five part series dedicated to electric organs. The title of the series was chosen for two reasons: Firstly, “Organ Sounds And Percussion” is an album by Eddie Layton from 1962. Layton was one of my first great heroes on the electric organ and one of the main reasons I became interested in the instrument. Another significant early influence on my listening habits was Big John Patton. The title is meant as a tribute to those two musicians in appreciation of their work. Secondly, the “percussion”-part is intended to imply that the series deals primarily with popular, rhythmic genres: Jazz, rock, reggae, funk and whatnot. More abstract material - drone, free improvisation, modern composition - is better suited for a separate treatment in my opinion. In terms of the programming, I’ve been guided by two further choices: Firstly, though a few names reappear over the course of the series, I’ve attempted to present as many different artists as possible. Secondly, in #1 - #4 the main focus is on shorter pieces. In #5 emphasis is on longer pieces. Finally, there are many types of electric organs on display here, including sampled and imitated ones. Truth be told, in one track there is no organ whatsoever outside of the lyrics. This is not an academic exercise and I’m no purist. My main purpose has simply been to make a selection that is a continuous joy to listen to throughout. Thanks to Jan Høgh Stricker for the invitation. Thanks to Kasper Vang for editing and mixing. Thanks to Peter Peter, Chris Cutler and Martin Hoshi Vognsen for helping out. J. Vognsen April 20th, 2020 Tracklist on this link: https://tinyurl.com/bigorgansoundstracklist2

-1 s1 w ago
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MIXTAPE: Big Organ Sounds and Percussion #2 by J.Vognsen

Inner Peace with Midori Hirano

Welcome to the 3rd episode of Inner Peace. This time with sound-artist Midori Hirano from her home in Berlin. Midori has created a beautiful journey in music and layered sounds. Enjoy the dive within. Tracklist: 1: Interview with HAL 9000 Computer (from „2001: A Space Odyssey“) 2. Maria w Horn - Interlocked Cycles I 3. Midori Hirano - Sleeping Under The Raintrees 4. YTAMO - Mantis 5. Gutevolk - Yumekitan 6. Spirit Fest - River River 7. Masayoshi Fujita - Story of Forest 8. Mami Sakurai - Amagoi Odoriuta 9. Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions - Feeling Of Gaze 10. Moon Ate The Dark - Ventricles 11. Midori Hirano - Asa 12. Midori Hirano - Forgot The Name 13. Aki Tsuyuko - Noel’s Organ 14. Stars of the Lid - Don’t Bother They’re Here 15. An Average Sadness by Ameni Rozsa (from „Paul Auster Reads the National Story Project“)

57 MIN2 w ago
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Inner Peace with Midori Hirano

Inner Peace with Casper Clausen

We’re visiting Casper Clausen's livingroom in Lisbon. Casper is imaginating inner peace through his record collection, intimate recordings and excerpts of books that are keeping him company. Enjoy the dive within. Tracklist: Grouper - The Races Peter Broderick - Film Score Outtake 1 Isao Tomita - Clair de Lune (Suite Bergamasque, No. 3) Paul Horn - Psalm 3 Chris Watson - Elephants Robbie Basho - Orphan Lament Ariel Kalma - Boreal Midori Hirano - by the window Virginia Astley - Morning Merope - Ganiau Virginia Astley - With my eyes wide open I’m dreaming Heather Woods - For Misty Recited texts from 'Empty Spaces' by Laurie Anderson & 'The Horla' by Guy de Maupassant.

41 MINMAY 5
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Inner Peace with Casper Clausen

MIXTAPE: Big Organ Sounds And Percussion #1 by J. Vognsen

This is a five part series dedicated to electric organs. The title of the series was chosen for two reasons: Firstly, “Organ Sounds And Percussion” is an album by Eddie Layton from 1962. Layton was one of my first great heroes on the electric organ and one of the main reasons I became interested in the instrument. Another significant early influence on my listening habits was Big John Patton. The title is meant as a tribute to those two musicians in appreciation of their work. Secondly, the “percussion”-part is intended to imply that the series deals primarily with popular, rhythmic genres: Jazz, rock, reggae, funk and whatnot. More abstract material - drone, free improvisation, modern composition - is better suited for a separate treatment in my opinion. In terms of the programming, I’ve been guided by two further choices: Firstly, though a few names reappear over the course of the series, I’ve attempted to present as many different artists as possible. Secondly, in #1 - #4 the main focus is on shorter pieces. In #5 emphasis is on longer pieces. Finally, there are many types of electric organs on display here, including sampled and imitated ones. Truth be told, in one track there is no organ whatsoever outside of the lyrics. This is not an academic exercise and I’m no purist. My main purpose has simply been to make a selection that is a continuous joy to listen to throughout. Thanks to Jan Høgh Stricker for the invitation. Thanks to Kasper Vang for editing and mixing. Thanks to Peter Peter, Chris Cutler and Martin Hoshi Vognsen for helping out. J. Vognsen April 2020 Tracklist can be found on this link: https://tinyurl.com/y78o3wqp

-1 sMAY 1
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MIXTAPE: Big Organ Sounds And Percussion #1 by J. Vognsen

Works for Radio #4 || Prize presentation

In January 2020 we announced an open call for new works for the radio, following the question: "How can art for radio sound?" We received more than 200 works from all over the world, and it's been an overwhelming, ear-opening experience and a real pleasure listening to all the submissions. We're very thankful for the response. In this program, we present the four prize recipients and listen to their beautiful and very different works. At soundcloud.com/thelakeradio, you can find all four works along with some honorable mentions. Thanks again to everyone who took their time to submit a piece! Works for Radio #4 is made possible with support from Koda Culture.

58 MINAPR 24
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Works for Radio #4 || Prize presentation

Artist Talks #4: Sol Archer – Field recordings and quarantine

In this English language episode of Kunstnersamtaler, Thorbjørn talks to UK- and Netherlands-based filmmaker Sol Archer about his newly released field recordings that he has begun making after being confined by corona quarantine.

38 MINAPR 21
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Artist Talks #4: Sol Archer – Field recordings and quarantine

IN THE MIX WITH Felix Kubin: Filmriss - supranormal film scores selected for Radio Immunity

The last mix in our series with CPH:DOX is made by the one and only Felix Kubin. Felix Kubin has been involved with the noise project Klangkrieg, the communist singing group Liedertafel Margot Honecker and the tetchy teenage bands Die Egozentrischen 2 and x2. Reaching from abstract Expressionism to Pop Surrealism and cassette tape punk. If isolation and social distancing is a marathon separated in different phases, there's the right music that helps to survive each one of them. Join Felix Kubin for almost 2 hours of Radio Immunity with four sections of quirky and peaceful film scores. Felix Kubin will guide you through it all. "I am not a collector. My records observe me. They lead their own life. The easiest records to find in my archive are the film scores. I only have a small bunch of them because a lot of film music is mediocre, pompous and unnecessary. The scores I put together for this collection are so strong in form and content that they can easily exist without the films. Their composers experimented with new techniques and means of expression. Some of the scores are abstract, some cross the border to foley sound. It seems that production companies and directors respected the artistic freedom of film composers more in the past. But film music can never be just a greasy background noise. Film music has to be an actor - or stay silent. " - Felix Kubin Watch film artist Marie Losier charming portrait about the German synthesiser genius Felix Kubin’s musical wonder world. Analogue sound on analogue film at CPH:DOX' online programme. The film is available until April 30 here: https://cphdox.shift72.com/film/felix-in-wonderland/ Tracklist: Jingle: Rupert Hine - Immunity SCIENCE AND FICTION Gil Mellé - The Andromeda Strain 1971 (The Andromeda Strain, Desert Trip) Bernard Herrmann - The day the earth stood still 1951 (Klaatu, Escape) Zdeněk Liška - Ikarie XB-1 1963 (Do Not Eat The Fruit, Ikarie XB-1, The Backwoods Of The Universe) Li de la Russe & Nikki St. George - The Tomorrow People 1969 (Planetarium, Restless Relays) SPOOK AND ROMANCE Peter Principle - Pandemonium 1985 Mica Levi - Under the skin 2013 (Death) Francis Lai - Un homme et une femme 1966 (A l'ombre de nous) Gene Moore - Carnival of Souls 1962 (2x) Krzysztof Komeda - When Angels Fall 1959 David Lynch, Peter Ivers - Eraserhead 1977 (In Heaven) Krzysztof Komeda - Cul-de-Sac 1965 CHASE AND ESCAPE Isao Tomita / Arthur Honegger - Pacific 231 1978 Cabaret Voltaire - Johnny YesNo 1981 (Taxi Music) Herbie Hancock - The spook who sat by the door 1973 (Training Day) Don Ellis - The French Connection 1971 (main theme) Wirtschaftswunder - Tscherwonez 1982 (Die Flucht, The Girls in the Navy) ARTS AND SUBSTANCE Raymond Scott - Ripples (Montage) 1967 Slava Tsukerman, Brenda I. Hutchinson, Clive Smith - Liquid Sky 1982 (Sunset, night club I, night club II) Yasuaki Shimizu - Music for Commercials 1987 (2x) A.E.Bizottság - Jégkrémbalett 1984 (Milarepaverzió) The Mothers of Invention - Uncle Meat 1969 (The Uncle Meat Variations) Michael Nyman - A zed and two noughts 1985 (L'escargot)

99 MINAPR 8
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IN THE MIX WITH Felix Kubin: Filmriss - supranormal film scores selected for Radio Immunity

Inner Peace: Evening & Night Ragas

An introduction to North Indian Classical music with Indrė Jurgelevičiūtė From her home in Antwerp (BE), musician and artist Indrė Jurgelevičiūtė shares her musical passion and wisdom for North Indian classical music. Indre has an excellent ear for the space within music, and she frequently visits and studies the music of this region. So we asked Indre to help us all slow down gently, to be able to find a bit of inner peace in these worried times. The program is full of music and voices of great masters seeking peace throughout – not only their music – but their entire existence. Find a comfortable spot and bliss out. Tracklist: 1. Kishori Amonkar. Rageshree 2. Hariprasad Chaurasa. Ma (granvat 2014) 3. N. Rajam. Bageshri Kanhra. (Maestro's Choice 1991) 4. Girija Devi. Bhairavi thumri 5. Ustad Bismillah Khan - dhun

58 MINAPR 7
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Inner Peace: Evening & Night Ragas

The Lake & Kunsthal Aarhus: Første Torsdag m. William Kudahl

Kunsthal Aarhus & The Lake Radio åbner i eftermiddag op til en to timer lang radiofonisk udstilling med William Kudahl. Mens dørene til Kunsthal Aarhus’ fysiske bygning er lukket, samarbejder kunstinstitutionen med The Lake Radio om at sende udstillingen over internet-radio; gennem vægge og ud i den friske luft. William Kudahl præsenterer i radio-udstillingen et arkiv af kasserede lydfiler, han har samlet fra digitale papirkurve på Det Jyske Musikkonservatorium i Århus. I arkivet lytter man til skitser, stilheder og forkerte optagelser; et stemme-opvarmning, en udefinerbar summen, en samtale overhørt af mikrofonen; lyd der er før, efter eller ved siden af.

124 MINAPR 3
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The Lake & Kunsthal Aarhus: Første Torsdag m. William Kudahl
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