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Heinz Reber - Mnaomai, Mnomai (1991)

8-07-2016, 14:08
Jazz | Classical Music | Instrumental | FLAC / APE

Title: Mnaomai, Mnomai
Year Of Release: 1991
Label: ECM Records / ECM New Series
Genre: Classical, Chamber Music, Avant-Garde, Contemporary Jazz
Quality: FLAC (log,image+cue)
Total Time: 0:40:18
Total Size: 176 Mb


1. Part I 17:37
2. Part II 06:55
3. Part III 04:08
4. Part IV 11:37

Thomas Demenga - Cello, Viola
Terje Rypdal - Guitar
Jon Christensen - Drums
Ellen Horn, Tschin Zhang - Vocals

Recorded on October 1990.

The Swiss composer Heinz Reber (1952-2007) cut a fascinating figure in the world of sound. He began his career as a music therapist for psychiatric patients before turning to more public forms of audible expression. Reber would even combine the two in a 1975 play for Swiss radio, the cast of which was culled from those same patients. Such ruptures of identity would characterize his output to come. For the spiraling exegesis that is Mnaomai, Mnomai, Reber assembled a handful of equally committed (no pun intended) instrumentalists and vocalists for an intriguing melange of sound and spoken word. The word mnaomai (pronounced “mnah’-om-ahee”) appears in the New Testament and means “to bear in mind” in Greek. This is music interested not in its legacy, but in its disintegration, for as the title reminds us, we do well to “bear in mind” that meaning exists only insofar as it holds our interest.

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tiger   User offline   8 July 2016 22:20

Thanks a lot.

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