anthropogen gestörter wuchsplatz

by Mathis Nitschke

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ab 06:30
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und zu 04:16
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entsprang 05:43
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zufällig 02:58
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in den wald 02:43
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jung 02:31
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jünger 06:23
ab und zu entspringen dem frühling: entdem frühlingsgrünen krokusspringen forsythienblühen, in den wald. teilchen im wald, in der schonung inne – die sich entrollenden farne die seile die von bäumen ins licht frühlingsbodenlicht der moose mit den winzigsten blüten die unsichtbaren seile die durch die luft insektenwege sich um eine hüfte schulter zu bündeln was entsprang das forsythienpony zufällig im krokuslicht ruderalflora sich jung jünger daherträumendes ich später frühling will sagen dümmliche füllung: später spurt will „ich“ sagen: wiederholung ist güte
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As hardly any other musical style Tango has the ability to incoporate and assimilate new influences.
My idea for this concert was an inter-cultural encounter between classical, Jazz and Tango musicians, to sound the borders between those styles and eventually to pass them.
To repeat the process of birth of the Argentinian Tango, which developed as a completely new style from the inter-play between the European and Russian emigrants in the harbour of Buenos Aires.

The CD was recorded live on Septembre 25th 2010 at Jazz Club Unterfahrt, Munich, Germany.

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released May 14, 2016

Ulrich Wangenheim (München) – Flute
Joachim Badenhorst (Brüssel/New York) – Clarinet
Gertrud Schilde (München) – Violin
Mathis Mayr (München) – Cello
Santiago Cimadevilla (Buenos Aires) – Bandoneon
Marcos di Paolo (Buenos Aires) – Guitar
Brice Sonanio (Paris) – Double bass
Gabriel Hahn (Berlin) – Drums
Mathis Nitschke (München) – Composition, Elektronics
Poem by Ulrike Draesner spoken by Sylvana Krappatsch

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Mathis Nitschke Munich, Germany

Mathis Nitschke is an artist who combines different disciplines. Already during his studies of classical guitar, visual arts and music composition, Mathis began to experiment with film and sound and since then has combined these elements with live theatre and opera.
His music compositions and productions are often grounded in acoustic performances, yet he likes going experimental.
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