Christophe Charles - Let It Hold Itself Up Album
Recorded By [Chinese Ice-cream Vendors] – Martina DiestelSounds [Some Sounds Have Been Sampled From] – Henning Christiansen
- Design – Kotani Mitsuru
- Liner Notes [Proofreading & Translation (Japanese)] – Oyama Yuko
- Liner Notes [Proofreading (English)] – Adam Nash
- Photography By – Yuji Kusuno
- Text By [Writing] – Christophe Charles
The title "Next point" of the two pieces which have been recorded on the CD was suggested by Henning Christiansen.
The first composition has a duration of about 20 minutes, and was conceived in Eindhoven and Nice in November 1992. The recording was made directly from the mixing panel I used during the concert I gave on November 5th, 1992, as part of the Nice MANCA organized by Michel Redolfi. This quadraphonic piece can be perceived in time as well as in space. It has been reduced here to a stereophonic version, which cannot reproduce the dimension of the concert. When I play, I usually stay in the center of the concert hall, surrounded by the audience, surrounded again by at least four loudspeakers. The voices are those of coffee and boiled eggs venders of Howrah Station in Calcutta, monks of Tōdaiji Temple of Nara, or Chinese ice-cream vendors (recorded by Martina Diestel in Hangzhou). Some sounds have been sampled from Christiansen's compositions ("Il Giardino della montagna Gialla op. 171", "Klopfen op. 20") with his permission, and have been processed before they were integrated into the piece. The last violin phrase is that of the end of the first movement of Sibelius' Fourth Symphony.
The second piece, which is about 40 minutes long, was realized with an Akai S-1000 sampler, and was also recorded directly from the mixing panel, without any over-dubbing (but I have to say that the part which goes from the 9th minute to the 12th minute should have been cut). It is the second version of a longer piece first performed during Tokuda Gan's "Joyamai" concert of 1992 New-Year's Eve, in which musician Takeda Ken.ichi, dancer Sakuma Kumiko and performer Ogushi Koji participated. Music, dances and performances were conceived in homage to the victims who died during 1991. The melodies which can be heard at the end of the piece are popular songs of the indigenes of the Timor Islands, who were killed by the Indonesian Army in October 1991. The first version was composed and recorded for the "Mu Dance" of Ishi Mitsutaka, presented in January 1992, at the Goettingen MAMU Festival (Germany). It has also been played for the Kazakura Sho's Balloon Event presented in Nice MANCA Festival on November 15, 1992.
Packaged with folded insert and no tray card.
- Matrix / Runout: HAM-001 D5071 A
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