#445: 2013.12.01 [d.l. lutz]

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Broadcast

this edition of framework:afield has been produced in germany by regular contributor d. l. lutz. his notes:

Earscape „Broadcast“

Just imagine yourself being a seaman on a large containership, in the middle of nowhere on the Pacific Ocean at night. The sky is brightly lit with stars; you are tired and lonely, and you cannot sleep. So you move over to your world receiver radio and switch through the channels, hoping to find signs of life and human activities. You detect traces everywhere, but not all of them are identifiable or understandable. Are messages or noises dominant? What language is spoken? What topic is concerned? Well, you think, in any case this is a little bit of solace…

This earscape uses parts of experimental compositions that are stitching together findings of all kinds; it is a free flow of snippets from Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake to church services. And in the middle of things you might hear Pauline Oliveros talk about modes of listening…

D. L. Lutz, born 1969 in Germany, is a practicing architect, writer and sound artist living in Berlin for over twenty years. His interests lie in science, ecology and all things related to music. He has produced a series of soundscapes on various topics, sound for films and a couple of symphonic readings.

again, we are always looking for new material, whether raw field recordings, field recording based composition, or introduction submissions. we are also now accepting proposals for full editions of our guest curated framework:afield series. send proposals or material, released or not, on any format, to the address at the bottom of this mail. if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

Sound Sources:

  • sound_assassin: Empire Hotel Friday Night Radio Scan; Soundcloud, 2011
  • Tuxedomoon: Une Nuit Au Fond De La Frayere; from „Egypt EP“, Sordide Sentimental, 1981
  • Yair Lopez: Primitivo branquiado comedor de hierba de los fondos abisales, performed live @ Antena, Chicago (broadcast as Radius, Episode 29); Soundcloud, 2012
  • Paul Schütze: Sleep III; from „Apart“ Double Album, Virgin 1995
  • Biosphere: Camp 1.5 / Camp 2; from „Cho Oyu 8201m – Field Recordings From Tibet“, Ash International ASH71, 2006
  • Biosphere: Laika (audiovisual installation @ Tromso Kunstforening, 2000); downloaded from www.biosphere.no (link deleted)
  • Radio Noise Experiments (Budapest): Radio Lake / Salute To Samuel / WR3-T6; Soundcloud, 2012 / 2013
  • Norm Scott: Pauline Oliveros On Listening; Soundcloud, 2012
  • Peterson Ruiz (Brasil): Radiomysterio 6; Soundcloud, 2012
  • Johannes Kreidler: Kontinuum mit Melodie; from „Orpheus 400“, DEGEM CD 9, cybele records 2007
  • Analogue Monologues: Radio Hummingbird _ Wind (Submission for Hilltown New Music Festival, Ireland); Soundcloud, 2012
  • The Beatles: Revolution No. 9; from „White Album“, Apple Records 1968
  • Scanner (Robin Rimbaud): Colofon & Compendium (Redux); exclusive collage of same album from 1994; Soundcloud, 2012
  • Teatteri Moderni Kanuuna: Le Fetin Sananvaitho (Edit); from WMFU archives (link deleted), date unknown
  • The Orb: Little Fluffy Clouds (Live Intro); from „Live93“, Islands Records 1993
  • Henri Pousseur / Michel Butor: Etats Zuni (containing passages of Pousseur’s composition Couleurs Croisees); from „Paysage Planetaires“, Alga Marghen, 2004
  • People Like Us: Guide To Broadcasting; from „Guide To Broadcasting“, Staalplaat STMCD002, 1994
  • Biosphere: Kobresia; from „Substrata“, Origo Sound, 1997 
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