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Patrick Pulsinger
Besides Feldman
Timeless Floating Music 09:17
Persian Carpets 06:15
Patterns Not Loops 04:37
Metaphysical Space 03:32
Beeing In-between 08:21
Figment Film 09:37
Repeat Same Chord In Different Ways 11:32
Total Time 53:11
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01 Timeless Floating Music 09:37
02 Persian Carpets 06:35
03 Patterns Not Loops 11:52
04 Metaphysical Space 04:57
05 Beeing In-between 03:52
06 Figment Film 08:42
07 Repeat Same Chord In Different Ways 09:57
When it came to our attention that the Viennese musician and producer Patrick Pulsinger was assembling a quartet for the series “Feld(man) Forschung” realized by the 2010 WIEN MODERN festival in homage to the great American composer, we couldn’t help but call out in unison: This is a project for col legno!

Pulsinger, located at the interface of contemporary electronic art and established improvisational music, and his co-musicians Pamelia Kurstin, Hilary Jeffery and Rozemarie Heggen delivered a perfect and unique “one take”, a performance recorded live at the sweet-sounding Casino Baumgarten in Vienna. Equipped with a trombone, a double bass, a theremin and a synthesizer the unusual quartet did not actually play music by Morton Feldman but drew on his ideas and approaches for inspiration, creating their own acoustic space out of the properties of their instruments, the location and a rudimentary graphic score.

For the sake of convenience we have divided the set into seven parts. Nevertheless the best way to experience all this sound and cleverness and the musicians’ delight in their playing is to sit down and enjoy the music all in one go.

The success of the recording is I think so aptly summed up in the words of your own musician, that she found encouragement "to dare to be vulnerable".
(Barbara Monk Feldman)

Part two of col legno’s WIEN MODERN Edition is dedicated to Luciano Berio: Chemins I and IIb, Concerto and Formazioni, recorded live at WIEN MODERN Festival 2007. 
The exceptional violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja not only impresses audiences and critics – she also inspires eminent composers like Kühr, Resch & Zykan. 
Puslinger, Fennesz, Cage - a Dreamteam! 
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