Label: Spekk – KK: 025
Format: CD, Album
Released: 05 Aug 2011
Style: Drone, Ambient
Liner Notes – Janek Schaefer
One hour concert composition for hand held radios, FM transmitter, four corner PA, foundsound, and Shruti drone box. Commissioned by A Thing About Machines festival 2009. Recorded at St. John The Baptist Church, Coventry, UK.
Recording dedicated to Janek's newborn son, Phoenix.
Full-color heavy cardboard wallet.
1 On Air 11:58
2 Cyan Sees Through You 8:05
3 Eyrie Of The Phoenix 2:26
4 Red Plumes 10:52
5 Eyes Close In Heaven 4:48
6 Love Calls Us To The Things Of This World 18:17
born son Phoenix, and is dedicated to him".with it's lulling and engulfing energies. I wrote the work to celebrate the arrival of my new spatial sonorities, and the Shruti Box, an Indian drone instrument, which plays a central role pure sonic-cinema experience. The composition weaves together foundsound textures, of sight at the back of the concert hall, the spectacle of the performer is removed, leaving a broadcasts to a collection of small hand held radios given out to the audience. Performed out immersive sound system in combination with a short range radio transmitter, which pressure waves. Phoenix and Phaedra is a live concert composition, performed by using an “Close your eyes, we are engulfed by an ethereal tapestry of invisible radio and sound (2004) etc. Schaefer, The British Composer of the Year (Sonic Art 2008), Prix Ars Electronica winner SPEKK is proud to announce the release of British composer and installation artist Janek
Our hour composition for hand held radios. FM transmitter, four corner PA, foundsound, and Shruti drone box, Commissioned by Thing About Machines festival 2009. Recorded at St John the Baptist Church, Coventry, UK.