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1Djungle Walk_Alt.Mix7:17
2 -
3 Additional Track:
4The Complete "On Air" Project + MPG Movie
5Travel9:47
6Djungle Walk7:09
7Listen Through The Walls8:52
8Circles5:24
9Speak & Spell8:15
10Circles II5:11

Versiones

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CK 1001Christina Kubisch On Air (Six Themes On Open Space) ‎(Cass, Album, C45)Melania ProductionsCK 1001Italy1984
DS 3Christina Kubisch On Air ‎(LP, Ltd, Num, RE, Cle)Die SchachtelDS 3Italy2004

Créditos

  • DesignDinamo, Milano
  • Liner NotesChristina Kubisch
  • ProducerBruno Stucchi, Fabio Carboni
  • VoiceGiuliano Zosi
  • Voice, Flute, Synthesizer, TapeChristina Kubisch
  • DesignDinamo, Milano
  • Liner NotesChristina Kubisch
  • ProducerBruno Stucchi, Fabio Carboni
  • VoiceGiuliano Zosi
  • Voice, Flute, Synthesizer, TapeChristina Kubisch

Notas

Reissue of Christina Kubisch - On Air (Six Themes On Open Space) from 1984 with one bonus track.

The interactive section (for PC and Mac) provides a virtual journey through the spectacular 1984 installation created for the medieval town of Gargonza in Tuscany, complete with music and a 15-minute video plus photos, a bio, info and scores.

Limited edition of 500 copies.
Transparent CD, packaged in clear acetate gatefold cover with opaline outer sleeve and promo sticker.

Códigos de barras

  • Matrix / Runout: DS03 Made in Taiwan 040219072C F1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB76
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2N75

Empresas

  • Distributed By – Alga Marghen
  • Copyright (c) – Die Schachtel

Vídeo

Información

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Artista: Christina Kubisch

Título: On Air

País: Italy

Fecha de publicación: 2004

Etiqueta: Die Schachtel

Estilo: Minimal, Experimental, Ambient

Catálogo: DS 3

Género: Electrónica

Tamaño MP3: 2219 mb

Tamaño FLAC: 1611 mb

Clasificación: 4.0 / 5

Votos: 772

Fuente de los registros: CD, Album, Reissue, Enhanced, Limited Edition

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Coiron
The cassette "On Air" by Christina Kubisch was never one of my favorite releases by her. Possibly because of the uncharacteristic track "Speak & Spell" with its simple electronic rhythm. However another major shortcoming of the cassette was that it did not explain the project at all. There is only a track listing and a few credits, no other details. This reissue on CD puts the music back into context by revealing the details of the open air installation that these pieces of music were created for. Through an interactive Flash animation file included on the disc and 15 minute mpeg rendition of a video documentary made at the time, the piece really comes alive. Instead of just six pieces of music, it can know be more clearly understood that these are six soundtracks to the dozen regions of the town of Gargonza which make up the playing field of this installation. In the original context these pieces, and a few others which are excepted in the Flash portion of the disc, were heard blended together on special magnetic headphones as one wondered the town. This is best illustrated by the 15-minute movie, unfortunately reproduced at a rather small size to fit on the CD along with everything else. In the movie, made by a now forgotten Italian film crew, a curious boy comes across Christina installing and asks her what she is doing. From there Christina points out the wires and the tape decks feeding them, and then sends the boy off to explore the town with the headphones. From this we can see and hear what would have been experiences in Gargonza in 1984 and how these pieces blended together so beautifully, at one somehow reminding me of the sound design in Fellini's film "Juliet of the Spirits". Going back to the Flash portion of the disc we can see the layout of the town and which sounds were in which area, as well as hear samples of them, a few of which are not on the CD. In addition to this, this Flash presentation gives us additional photographs from installations in various and biographical information. All in all, a very enjoy presentation of this material, which makes me appreciate more than when I initially heard only the music.
Coiron
The cassette "On Air" by Christina Kubisch was never one of my favorite releases by her. Possibly because of the uncharacteristic track "Speak & Spell" with its simple electronic rhythm. However another major shortcoming of the cassette was that it did not explain the project at all. There is only a track listing and a few credits, no other details. This reissue on CD puts the music back into context by revealing the details of the open air installation that these pieces of music were created for. Through an interactive Flash animation file included on the disc and 15 minute mpeg rendition of a video documentary made at the time, the piece really comes alive. Instead of just six pieces of music, it can know be more clearly understood that these are six soundtracks to the dozen regions of the town of Gargonza which make up the playing field of this installation. In the original context these pieces, and a few others which are excepted in the Flash portion of the disc, were heard blended together on special magnetic headphones as one wondered the town. This is best illustrated by the 15-minute movie, unfortunately reproduced at a rather small size to fit on the CD along with everything else. In the movie, made by a now forgotten Italian film crew, a curious boy comes across Christina installing and asks her what she is doing. From there Christina points out the wires and the tape decks feeding them, and then sends the boy off to explore the town with the headphones. From this we can see and hear what would have been experiences in Gargonza in 1984 and how these pieces blended together so beautifully, at one somehow reminding me of the sound design in Fellini's film "Juliet of the Spirits". Going back to the Flash portion of the disc we can see the layout of the town and which sounds were in which area, as well as hear samples of them, a few of which are not on the CD. In addition to this, this Flash presentation gives us additional photographs from installations in various and biographical information. All in all, a very enjoy presentation of this material, which makes me appreciate more than when I initially heard only the music.
Bukus
The cassette "On Air" by Christina Kubisch was never one of my favorite releases by her. Possibly because of the uncharacteristic track "Speak & Spell" with its simple electronic rhythm. However another major shortcoming of the cassette was that it did not explain the project at all. There is only a track listing and a few credits, no other details. This reissue on CD puts the music back into context by revealing the details of the open air installation that these pieces of music were created for. Through an interactive Flash animation file included on the disc and 15 minute mpeg rendition of a video documentary made at the time, the piece really comes alive. Instead of just six pieces of music, it can know be more clearly understood that these are six soundtracks to the dozen regions of the town of Gargonza which make up the playing field of this installation. In the original context these pieces, and a few others which are excepted in the Flash portion of the disc, were heard blended together on special magnetic headphones as one wondered the town. This is best illustrated by the 15-minute movie, unfortunately reproduced at a rather small size to fit on the CD along with everything else. In the movie, made by a now forgotten Italian film crew, a curious boy comes across Christina installing and asks her what she is doing. From there Christina points out the wires and the tape decks feeding them, and then sends the boy off to explore the town with the headphones. From this we can see and hear what would have been experiences in Gargonza in 1984 and how these pieces blended together so beautifully, at one somehow reminding me of the sound design in Fellini's film "Juliet of the Spirits". Going back to the Flash portion of the disc we can see the layout of the town and which sounds were in which area, as well as hear samples of them, a few of which are not on the CD. In addition to this, this Flash presentation gives us additional photographs from installations in various and biographical information. All in all, a very enjoy presentation of this material, which makes me appreciate more than when I initially heard only the music.
Bukus
The cassette "On Air" by Christina Kubisch was never one of my favorite releases by her. Possibly because of the uncharacteristic track "Speak & Spell" with its simple electronic rhythm. However another major shortcoming of the cassette was that it did not explain the project at all. There is only a track listing and a few credits, no other details. This reissue on CD puts the music back into context by revealing the details of the open air installation that these pieces of music were created for. Through an interactive Flash animation file included on the disc and 15 minute mpeg rendition of a video documentary made at the time, the piece really comes alive. Instead of just six pieces of music, it can know be more clearly understood that these are six soundtracks to the dozen regions of the town of Gargonza which make up the playing field of this installation. In the original context these pieces, and a few others which are excepted in the Flash portion of the disc, were heard blended together on special magnetic headphones as one wondered the town. This is best illustrated by the 15-minute movie, unfortunately reproduced at a rather small size to fit on the CD along with everything else. In the movie, made by a now forgotten Italian film crew, a curious boy comes across Christina installing and asks her what she is doing. From there Christina points out the wires and the tape decks feeding them, and then sends the boy off to explore the town with the headphones. From this we can see and hear what would have been experiences in Gargonza in 1984 and how these pieces blended together so beautifully, at one somehow reminding me of the sound design in Fellini's film "Juliet of the Spirits". Going back to the Flash portion of the disc we can see the layout of the town and which sounds were in which area, as well as hear samples of them, a few of which are not on the CD. In addition to this, this Flash presentation gives us additional photographs from installations in various and biographical information. All in all, a very enjoy presentation of this material, which makes me appreciate more than when I initially heard only the music.