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David Moss | Hannes Strobl
At the Beach —— Music for Voice and Electric Bass

David Moss | Hannes Strobl: At the Beach —— Music for Voice and Electric Bass

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MASTER CLASS ALBUM David Moss | Hannes Strobl: At the Beach —— Music for Voice and Electric Bass (NOMINEE in 8th Tais Awards/Harvest Prize 2015)
ΘΔΘΘΔΘ   Extreme vocalist, percussionist, composer, performer, singer, teacher, curator, improviser, theater-maker, actor...
Born: January 21, 1949 in New York City                                                Location: West Hartford, Connecticut ~ New York, USA ~ Berlin, Germany
Album release: April 2014
Record Label: Monotype Records (mono 078) CD
Barcode: 5908310927930
Duration:     43:58 
 

Tracks:
1 Shoebox No. 4 Open     6:44   
2 Placing Reeds     10:05  
3 Critical Band     3:33  
4 Just about to Fall     5:11  
5 Shoebox No. 4 Closed     6:57  
6 At the Beach     4:40  
7 Hinterhof     6:48
“At the Beach — Music for Voice and Electric Bass”
ΘΔΘ   We enjoy the interplay of our two musical positions tremendously. I really
feel this has to do with a “storytelling” or an “intuition for the narrative” that we both have. And I mean it even in the most general, abstract sense says David Moss. ΘΔΘ   Together with Hannes Strobl, they’ve found rhythmic and even philosophic connection that made the duo work, as a natural extension of their earlier project, the band Denseland, created with Hanno Leichtmann. I was working on a collection of pieces for electric bass, where I wanted to explore some of the different musical and sonic possibilities of the instrument, that usually can't be heard very often says Hannes Strobl.


ΘΔΘ   When Hannes told me he had developed a number of solo bass pieces and songframeworks that might be interesting for my voice, we easily and fruitfully created this album”,  explains David.
ΘΔΘ   “At the Beach — Music for Voice and Electric Bass” is a story told
in music. It starts with the specific sound of the electric bass, an instrument played mostly in pop, rock or jazz, but rarely found in contemporary, experimental music.  Most of the time the instrument is played in a very traditional way, where it has to fulfill its function within the arrangement.
ΘΔΘ   So the player is not only playing on the instrument but the instrument is also playing on him, the tradition of the instrument. David broke with that kind of tradition as a singer and found his own unique way to use his voice, so I felt a strong connection with him right away says Hannes Strobl. Strobl created a special way of playing the electric bass and combines his two instruments — one of them an electric upright bass — with various electronic devices. Each piece on this album brings together particular advanced playing techniques and preparations with particular electronic setups.
ΘΔΘ   Together, the pieces make the impression of being a single cohesive work with an intimate quality, sometimes moving forward with a steady drive, sometimes rotating around themselves. In some places, the music is very physical and microscopic, one can hear how the strings are scraped or how the vocal sounds start. In other places it keeps the secret of its genesis, playing with the possibilities of psychoacoustics.
ΘΔΘ   David Moss brings the sounds, texts, stories, narratives and ‘mystery geschichten’ out of his mind in a stream of consciousness. He uses points within the rhythmic patterns to connect to or to jump from, to dive off to new words or new sounds. The connection that the words and sounds have to meaning switches on and off.
ΘΔΘ   When Hannes developed those bass based pieces and played them for me, I started singing immediately. The first take was always as if we were playing live together, so I did not listen to the piece before I jumped into his “worlds” with my voice says David Moss. After those live acts, David sometimes did other takes of vocals, either completely different approaches, or trying to amplify the idea of the first take. At the end, the perfect version of the voice, the one which fit the mood, atmosphere
and energy of composition exactly, was chosen.
David Moss — singer, percussionist, composer, performer, teacher, curator, improviser, theater-maker, actor...
ΘΔΘ   Considered one of the most innovative singers in contemporary music, David Moss has performed solo and theater works from New York (Lincoln Center) to Venice (Theatro La Fenice) to Brisbane (Festival). In 1991 he received a Guggenheim
Fellowship; in 1992, a DAAD Fellowship (Berlin). Moss sang with the Berlin Philharmonic under Sir Simon Rattle, made his Carnegie Hall debut with the American Composers Orchestra, and was twice a featured soloist at the Salzburg Festival. He is
vocal soloist in orchestral works by Heiner Goebbels and Helmut Oehring. He is artistic director of the MADE Festival in Umeå, Sweden and the cofounder/artistic director of the Institute for Living Voice which has conducted master classes, workshops and seminars internationally since 2001. Moss performs with the electronic trio Denseland, and the audio performance group Technologies. www.davidmossmusic.com / Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/monotyperec/hannes-strobl-david-moss 
In PL:
ΘΔΘ   “At the Beach — Music for Voice and Electric Bass” to pierwsza płyta nagrana przez Davida Mossa i Hannesa Strobla w duecie, jednocześnie jest to album stanowiący naturalną kontynuację muzycznego dialogu, jaki obydwaj artyści prowadzą ze sobą od lat. Jestem przekonany, że nasza relacja ma związek ze szczególnym rodzajem intuicji narratora, talentem opowiadacza historii w tym najbardziej abstrakcyjnym kontekście mówi David Moss. Fundamentem jest brzmienie basu, od niego zaczyna się snucie opowieści, ono też leży u fundamentu całej konstrukcji dźwiękowej na najnowszym albumie.
ΘΔΘ   Gdyby nie pierwsze szkice, które Hannes Strobl zdecydował się przedstawić Davidowi Mossowi jeszcze w czasie, gdy wraz z Hanno Leichtmanem grali w Denseland, ta płyta najpewniej nie powstałaby. Jak wyjasnia sam Strobl, puntkem wyjścia jest fascynacja możliwościami stwarzanymi przez brzmienie gitary basowej, a także pewna forma walki ze stereotypem. Oto bowiem instrument przez lata wykorzystywany w
konkretny sposób w utworach popowych, rockowwych, czy jazzowych, zostaje wiodącym instrumentem w kompozycjach z obszaru muzyki elektroaktustycznej. Co
ciekawe album “At the Beach — Music for Voice and Electric Bass” powstał w całości podczas improwizowanych sesji nagraniowych. Gdy Hannes przygotował i odtworzył mi swoje basowe kompozycje, słowa same przychodziły mi do głowy, następnie zaś
niemal natychmiastowo rejestrowaliśmy całość. Nigdy nie słuchałem utworów przed nagrywaniem, po prostu wskakiwałem w “słowa” Hannesa ze swoim głosem mówi David Moss. Powstałe w ten sposób oscylujące między ulotnością a niepokojem niespiesznie narastające dźwięki zderzone zostały z wokalem, każda z kompozycji zaś składa się na spójną historię.
ΘΔΘ   David Moss jest uważany za jednego z najbardziej nowatorskich wokalistów w muzyce współczesnej, występował solowo, z muzykami Filharmonii Berlińskiej, debiutował w Carnegie Hall z American Composers Orchestra, jest dyrektorem artystycznym festiwalu MADE w szwedzkim mieście Umeå, jest założycielem Institute for Living Voice, gdzie prowadzi warsztaty. www.davidmossmusic.com
ΘΔΘ   Hannes Strobl to jeden z najoryginalniejszych gitarzystów basowych, kompozytorów i artystów dźwiekowych działających w Berlinie. Łącząc zaawanzowane techniki gry z potencjałem tkwiącym w samym brzmieniu instrumentu tworząc w ten sposób złożone kompozycje. Strobl doskonale odnajduje się w sztukach audiowizualnych, lubi też wchodzić w dźwiękową interakcję ze środowiskiem miejskim.
Wspólnie z Samem Auingerem jest twórcą projektu Tamtam, jest też członkiem grupy artystycznej Stadtmusik. W 2008 roku Hannes Strobl wraz z Davidem Mossem i Hanno Leichtmannem założył zespół Denseland. Praca w duecie z Davidem Mossem jest
następnym krokiem w rozwoju artystycznym. www.hannesstrobl.de
In italian: Tu prova a togliere un vertice ad un triangolo che pensavi perfetto. che accade? due lati si snodano slacciandosi? gli angoli si slabbrano sfilacciandosi? e la forma è perduta? sul piano geometrico si rischia il disastro ma su quello alchemico potremmo trovarci di fronte all’epifanìa aurea.
ΘΔΘ   Che succede se due terzi dei Denseland si accoppiano solitari lasciando (temporaneamente?) Hanno Leichtmann fuori dal gioco? nulla di grave e parecchio di mirabile! David Moss e Hannes Strobl approdano all’etichetta polacca Monotype Records per questo loro debutto in duo che procede sulle traiettorie visionarie disegnate in terzetto. Hannes Strobl pensa, annota ed incide alcune elucubrazioni per basso solo (elettrico, processato e spesso nella sua versione eretta di upright bass); tappeti notturni, scheletri di canzoni calcificate, stratificazioni. materia apparentemente fredda da sottoporre alle capacità vulcaniche della vocalità di David Moss.
ΘΔΘ   Entrano in studio senz’altro che questi scarni bozzetti grumosi, incesti di ispirazione, visioni. conoscono le reciproche allucinazioni e ad esse si affidano. abbandonandosi.
ΘΔΘ   David Moss inizia a improvvisare al primo ascolto senza darsi la premura di ascoltare in anticipo. nascono dei nuclei di significato, vocaboli, gangli ai quali appigliare detriti del proprio flusso di coscienza. ogni brano è inseminato di materia vocale, lallazioni, borbottìi, gorgogli, gargarismi: vocaboli che si annodano attorno ad aborti sintattici, stringhe seriali e narrazioni monche. successive sovraincisioni rafforzano la natura autistica di questo processo creativo.
ΘΔΘ   At the Beach — Music for Voice and Electric Bass (Monotype Records, 2014) è il sorprendente frutto di questo connubio. la materia è scura seppur dotata di una leggerezza diafana, l’ambientazione notturna contrasta con una copertina da cartolina d’antan: la grande maestrìa di questi due diavoli è quella di riuscire a mantenere la misura e la briglia a questo delirio di suono e follia. se esistesse un territorio fra la poesia sonora e la canzone (nel suo senso più indefinito) è lì che si porterebbero a pascolare dischi come questo.
ΘΔΘ   Chi conosce la discografia precedente dei Denseland (Chunk, 2010; Like Likes Like, 2013) non avvertirà smarrimento o sgomento: a chi giungesse qui digiuno di quei due dischi consiglio una dieta sobria preparatoria per ruminare e assimilare agilmente questo At the Beach; oppure di disertare ogni buon consiglio e integrare successivamente se solo se ne avesse voglia. resta fuori discussione la natura di questo disco di ottundente bellezza al quale invito all’ascolto.
Label: http://www.monotyperecords.com/
Hannes Strobl: www.hannesstrobl.de
David Moss: www.davidmossmusic.com
DAVID MOSS
ΘΔΘ   David Moss is at the forefront of new, composed and improvised, contemporary music. He is a pioneer of the solo concert form, and has presented over 1000 solo percussion and voice concerts around the world. First as a percussionist, and now as a singer and unique vocalist, he has collaborated with composers, theater directors, and opera houses throughout Europe, Japan, and the USA. Over the past 2 decades he has become known as one of the most innovative singers and powerful, extreme vocalists in the world.
ΘΔΘ   David Moss has expanded his musical work to include stage/screen performer, theater actor, opera singer, and performance/voice character in experimental avant-garde art works. Because of his 4 & 1/2 octave range and his wide vocabulary of vocal sounds and characters, he is in-demand internationally as a "unique and powerful voice" for a new generation of composers and opera directors.
ΘΔΘ   "Moss sounds like Jim Carrey doing an impression of Ella Fitzgerald while being eaten by the creature from Alien."
ΘΔΘ   David Moss received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1991 for music/sound composition, and moved to Berlin, Germany in 1991 as a recipient of the prestigious Berlin DAAD artist fellowship. Since 1991 he has sung as soloist and performed with numerous festivals, orchestras, ensembles, and theater companies, culminating in recent performances with Sir Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic; as Nino in Luciano Berios' last opera, "Cronaca del Luogo", and as Prince Orlovsky in a scandalous staging of "Die Fledermaus", both at the Salzburg Festival.
David Moss has also performed in:
ΘΔΘ   “Surrogate Cities”, by German composer/director, Heiner Goebbels; Olga Neuwirth's opera version of David Lynch's "Lost Highway"; the Ensemble Modern's Frank Zappa project; Carla Bley's "Escalator Over the Hill"; and had recent premieres in the Spoleto Festival, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Venice Biennale, and the 5th Conference of the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates in Rome.
ΘΔΘ   In 1999, Moss conceived and co-founded (with Muziektheater Transparant), the Institute for Living Voice, of which he is currently Artistic Director.
Press:
ΘΔΘ   “He's the Caruso of the avant-garde.” — [High Performance]
ΘΔΘ   “Alien love-songs meet Bo Diddley, John Coltrane and Maria Callas- that's one way of describing a David Moss concert.” — [The Village Voice]
ΘΔΘ   “The singer David Moss is cantorial, David Byrne-ish, Beat-cool, raving post-Berio in the mad gabble of the city.” — [Real Time Magazine, Australia]
Discography:
Ξ  Fragmentary Blues: 1999, Traumton 4432, David Moss and Michael Rodach
Ξ  My Favorite Things: 1991, Intakt CD 022
Ξ  Vocal Village Project: Live at the Rote Fabrik — 2001, Intakt CD 068
Ξ  AsKo Ensemble w. Peter Rundel, David Moss & Salome Kammer — 2002, unreleased)
Ξ  Time Stories: duos w. Goebbels, Kuhn, Schulte, Makigami, Minton, Jauniaux1998, Intakt CD 054
Ξ  @@  Moss Tales: 1996, Edel 0014502TLR
DVDs:
Ξ  "Self Portrait": 10 years of Fabrica Media (FabricaMedia DVD 01)
Ξ  "Die Fledermaus": Salzburg Festival 2001 (Arthaus 100 340); 2003
Solo:
Ξ  "Sogna Suite ": solo for voice & electronics, live in Sogna, Italy [Atopos / to be released] / 2003
Ξ  @@  "Moss Tales": [Edel 0014502TLR] / 1996
Ξ  ** "My Favorite Things": [Intakt CD 022; ] / 1991
Ξ  "Terrain: Solo Percussion & Voice" [CPE 007] / 1980
Leader/Composer:
Ξ  "Einstein for Aliens: A Radio Play" / 1998 to be released
Ξ  "Vocal Village Project: Live at the Rote Fabrik" [Intakt CD 062] /2001
Ξ  "Time Stories": duos w. Goebbels, Kuhn, Schulte, Makagami, Minton, Jauniaux [Intakt CD054 ] / '98
Ξ  ## "Texture Time": David Moss Dense Band w. Coleman, King, Chaine [Intakt CD 034] /'94
Ξ  "Direct Sound: Five Voices" w. Bijma, Santos, Homler, Hirsch [Intakt CD 015]/1989
"David Moss Dense Band: 'Live' In Europe" [Ear Rational#1004] /1988
Ξ  QQ "Dense Band": w. Frith, Marclay, Zorn, Lindsay, Horvitz, Tenko, Cora, Moss [Moers 2040] /'85
Ξ  "Full House": w. Zorn, Laswell, Lindsay, Tacuma, Frith, Guralnick, van Tieghem [Moers2010] / 1984
Collaborations/ Ensembles:
Ξ  Namah (with Peter Machajdík) (2008)/ (with Jon Anderson, David Moss, Floraleda Sacchi, Jozef Lupták, Enikö Ginzery, Guido Arbonelli, Mayuko Kida Takine, and others)                                 Ξ  Five Men Singing: Blonk, Dutton, Makigami, Minton, Moss; Live in Victoriaville (Victo) / tbr 2004
Ξ  "Nosferatu": Moss/Minton/Schulte (poise odd 06); edition of 100; rec '98; rel. 02
Ξ  Spaghetti's Club: Lewis Carroll Point of View , JL Therminarias (326/005) / '02
Ξ  Ensemble Modern Plays Frank Zappa: "Greggery Peccary & Other Persuasions", (RCA Red Seal 82876 56061 2) / 2003
Ξ  "The Liberation of Prometheus": by Heiner Goebbels; [Hessicher Rundfunk] / 2002
Ξ  "Animals and Cowboys": Paul Brody's DetoNation Orch. [NRW9004 ] '98 / '01
Ξ  "Surrogate Cities": by Heiner Goebbels [ECM 1688] /2000
Ξ  "Uri Caine Ensemble: The Goldberg Variations" [Winter & Winter 910 054-2] / 2000
Ξ  "Uri Caine: Schumann": [Winter & Winter 910 049-2] / 2000
Ξ  "Rhythm in the 21st Century": Kurt/Kuhn/Moss [special editions/Theater Neumarkt] 2000
Ξ  "Opera for Syd": Kevin Coyne/A. Goettert live at Gostenhofer Jazztage 1999 (unreleased)
Ξ  "Opera for Syd": Kevin Coyne/A. Goettert live, Leipzig JazzFest 1999 (MDR broadcast)
Ξ  "Heartpiece": King/Knittel; Warsaw Autumn '99 [Warsaw Autumn '99, CD#6] / 1999
Ξ  "Fragmentary Blues": D. Moss & Michael Rodach [Traumton CD 4432] /1999
Ξ  "Tea for Two": Sergey Kuryokhin & David Moss (CDLA 980101) / 1999
Ξ  "Gerschwin Stories": Paul Brody group [ ] / 1998 to be released
Ξ  "Johanna": a radio play by Ali Askin (private pressing)
Ξ  "Nomad": Polarity Percussion Ens. (private pressing) /1997
Ξ  "John Zorn: The Parachute Years, 1977-1980" [Tzadik TZ 7316-4] / 1997
Ξ  "Many Many Voices: by Roberto Paci Dalo [Edel 0014512TLR] / 1996
Ξ  "Sunk in the Sun": Jean Chaine [Atonal ACD 3020] /1996
Ξ  "Reviews": Klaus König [Enja CD 9061/2] / 1996
Ξ  "Golem": Richard Teitelbaum [Tzadik 7105] / 1995
Ξ  "Same Same": by Fast Forward [XI 106] / 1995
Ξ  "Switchbox", Frank Schulte [NML 9421] / 1995
Ξ  "Dust Out of Brain", Henning Christiansen, Ben Patterson, D. Moss / (1995)
Ξ  "Macaronic Sines": Anna Homler [Lowlands (Belg,) CD 002] /1995
Ξ  "Thank You For Flying American", by Jacki Apple [Cactus Foundation] / 1994
Ξ  "All At Once At Any Time": Moss-Yoshihide Otomo-John King trio [Victo CD029] / '94
Ξ  "Material: Live from Soundscape" [DIW 389] / 1994 (recorded 1981)
Ξ  "Meltable Snaps It-Point Blank", CD re-release from 81/86 [NML 8604] / '93
Ξ  "Possible Fruit" (Mia Zabelka) [Extraplatte EX 172 093] / 1993
Ξ  "It Was A Dark & Stormy Night": Nic Collins [Trace Elements #1019] / 1992
Ξ  "The Day We Forgot": (Moss/Otto/Schulte) [No Man's Land CD# 9118] / 1992
Ξ  "Do Ya Sa'Di Do, A Sonic Geography: Anna Homler [AMF 1031 CD] / 1992
Ξ  "New Duos 'N' Trios; Markus Stauss Project": [XOPF #14] / 1992
Ξ  "Hot Thumb....", John King "Electric World": [Enemy CD EMY 129-2] / 1991
Ξ  "Pieces for John Cage": by Jean-Louis Houchard [un-released] / 1990
Ξ  "Berlin Tango": w. Joe Sachse [ITM 1448] recorded 1986 / 1990
Ξ  "Electric World": by John King [Ear Rational CD] / 1989
Ξ  "Marcus Stauss & JoPo Meet Electric World": [XOPF CD] / 1989
Ξ  "Musical Elements 10th Anniversary": [CRI 550] / 1987
Ξ  "Forward of Short Leg": by Jon Rose [Dossier 7529] / 1987
Ξ  "Slope": by Tenko Ueno [Rec. Rec.] / 1987
Ξ  "Points Blank": Meltable Snaps It + Guests [No Mans Land 8604] / 1986
Ξ  "The Relative Band: 'Live' in Australia" [Hot Records] / 1985
Ξ  "Country Music of S.E. Australia": by Eugene Chadbourne [RR Records] / 1985
Ξ  "Envy: The Ambitious Lovers": by Arto Lindsay [EG ED 39] / 1985
Ξ  "Desire Develops An Edge": by Kip Hanrahan [American Clavé] / 1983
Ξ  "Cargo Cult Revival": duos with Tom Cora [Rift #5] / 1983
Ξ  "The Golden Palominos": [OAO/Celluloid 5002] / 1983
Ξ  "Basslines": by Bill Laswell [Elektra/Musician #9] / 1982
Ξ  "In The Dreamtime": by Michael Gilbert [Palace of Lights] / 1982
Ξ  "Archery": by John Zorn [Parachute 17/18] / 1982
Ξ  "Percussion Interchanges": with Andrea Centazzo [Ictus 21] / 1982
Ξ  "Meltable Snaps It": with G. Cartwright/M. Lytle [CPE 004] / 1981
Ξ  "The Call": by Michael Gilbert [Gibex #2] / 1980
Ξ  "The Year of The Ear": by Baird Hersey; vol. 3 [Arista] / 1979
Ξ  "The Year of The Ear: by Baird Hersey; vol. 2 [Arista] / 1978
Ξ  "The Year of The Ear": by Baird Hersey; vol. 1 [Arista] / 1977
Ξ  "Coessential": with Baird Hersey [BRS 2] / 1977
Compilations :
•   "Jaap Blonk: Fiftig-en-een-half" [Kontrans 5006]; 2004
•   "Alles Lallula: Songs & Poems from the Beats to Today (BR Hörspiel/LIDO) / 2003
•   "Ice Sculpture Theater": w. Bananfish 17 magazine (Bananafish 17) / 2003
•   "A Classic Guide to No Man's Land: Piecse & Songs" [NML 0329] / 2003
•   "Collecton: Bill Dixon" [CJR 1024/1025] recorded 1971 / 1985
•   "Run Pony Run: The Golden Palominos Collection / 2002
•   "ALBUzerxQUE, Vol. 9": 4/88 duo w. T. Guralnick [Zerx 040] 2002
•   "Celluloid Funk": compilation of the Golden Palominos [Celluloid]/ 1998
•   "Rhythm In the 21st Century": H.P. Kuhn, Stefan Kurt, D. Moss/2000 (limited edition)
•   "Because Tomorrow Comes #1": [Magazine for Audio Art] /1998
•   "Teatime": by Frank Schulte/Dirk Raulf [Poise 6/1 & 6/2] / 1998
•   "The Best of the Golden Palominos: 1983-89" [Music Club CD 316] / 1997
•   "Sonambiente": excerpt from "Survival Songs" [Akadamie der Künste] /1996
•   "Angelica 1995": with H. Goebbels' "Prometheus", [AI 007] /1995
•   "Vocal Neighborhoods": [Leonardo Music Journal, CD Vol. 3] / 1994
•   "Mixing It: Various Artists" : [Chill Out ChillCD 004]  1994
•   "Musique Action": [Vand'ouevre 9304] / 1993
•   "A History (82-85): The Golden Palominos" [Metronome/Restless 7-73651-2] / 1992
•   "Hardis Bruts": Hommage a l'Art Brut [IPS 0592] / 1992
•   "Tellus #25 Siteless Sounds": Sound-Art compilation [Tellus #25] / 1991
•   "Absolut CD #3: Improvisation/Composition [Ear Mag./Absolut CD#3] /1990
•   "Les Mysteres des Voix Vulgares": [Divergo CD for A/Rivista Anarchica] /1990
•   "The Aerial #1": [Aerial CD #1] / 1989
•   "Nuits des Solos": [Vandoeuvre #8802] / 1988
•   "A Classic Guide to No Man's Land": [nml 8813] recorded 1985 / 1988
** awarded Preis der Deutschen Schallplatten Kritik-1992
## awarded Preis der Deutschen Schallplatten Kritik-1994
QQ selected as one of "Top Ten Recordings of 1985" by The New York Times
@@ selected Radio Play of the Month, German Acad, of Perf, Arts, 10/1995
>> total: 100 recordings (as of Oct. 24, 04) //  Notes: NAMAH is the title of a CD of music by composer Peter Machajdík. CD © 2008 SF 00542131 [Limited Edition]
(with Jon Anderson, David Moss, Floraleda Sacchi, Jozef Lupták, Enikö Ginzery, Guido Arbonelli, Mayuko Kida Takine, and others)
1. She Will Be Picked by Herself 2. Namah 3. Nell'autunno del suo abbraccio insonne 4. Sadness Of Flowing 5. To the Rainbow so Close Again 6. Painting 7. Obscured Temptations 8. Water Forgives 9. Lullaby 10. 05.12.07.

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David Moss | Hannes Strobl
At the Beach —— Music for Voice and Electric Bass

 

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