Stephan Mathieu - On The Concept Of History (A Survey) mp3 flac
- Album: On The Concept Of History (A Survey)
- MP3: 1389 mb | FLAC: 1914 mb
- Released: 2011
- Style: Early, Drone, Contemporary
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 339
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On the Concept of History (An Introduction) by Stephan Mathieu, released 01 March 2009 1. On the Concept of History (An Introduction) 78RPM Transcriptions by Stephan Mathieu. Monaural re-recordings made with a mechanical HMV 102 gramophone, Decca Cactus Needles and a customised Oktava MK-319 microphone. 78RPM Transcriptions by Stephan Mathieu. Telephone Effect Standard Sound Effect Records mid 1930s.
The Falling Rocket Stephan Mathieu. Palimpsest Sylvain Chauveau & Stephan Mathieu. Remain Stephan Mathieu. The Sad Mac Stephan Mathieu. Un Cœur Simple Stephan Mathieu. A Static Place (Analog Master) Stephan Mathieu. A Microsound Fairytale Stephan Mathieu. On the Concept of History (An Introduction) Stephan Mathieu. When two notes are very close, they begin to spin in the space.
Stephan Mathieu is a German musician and sound artist whose work is based on digital and analog processing techniques. Stephan Mathieu is a self-taught composer and performer of his own music, working in the fields of electroacoustics and abstract digitala . In 2008 he launched Virginals, a recital concept which pays tribute to some of the great contemporary composers of minimal, experimental and electroaucoustic music.
Stephan Mathieu works in the fields of digital art and electroacoustics, mainly as a self taught composer and performer of his own music. Stephan Mathieu was born October 1967 in Saarbrücken, Germany. At 10 he started to play drums with Ringo Starr, The Police' Steward Copeland and The Skatalites' Lloyd Knibb as early influences. On The Concept Of History" 78RPM podcast on Cronica. An excerpt of the "Virginals" project on Farimani. A live recording of Radioland on TouchRadio.
Stephan Mathieu (born 11 October 1967) is a German musician and sound artist whose work is based on digital and analog processing techniques. He currently lives and works in Bonn, Germany. In 2013 Mathieu focused on The Kilowatt Hour, a collaborative project with Christian Fennesz and David Sylvian Selected discography.
In 2008 he launched Virginals, a recital concept which pays tribute to some of the great contemporary composers of minimal, experimental and electroaucoustic music. Interpretations of pieces by Phill Niblock, Alvin Lucier, Walter Marchetti, Charlemagne Palestine and Francisco Lopez are performed by Mathieu on the Virginals, a Renaissance keyboard instrument, mechanical gramophones, electronic organs and other obsolete media. In 2013 Mathieu focused on The Kilowatt Hour, a collaborative project with Christian Fennesz and David Sylvian.
Stephan Mathieu has been on my radar for a while now. His 2008 release on Die Schachtel titled Radioland had a profound impact on my psyche. Then there was his 2009 collaboration with 12k‘s own Taylor Deupree for a release on Spekk titled Transcriptions. In 2011, Mathieu managed to release two albums – there’s the Remain on Line (now independently operated by Richard Chartier), and, the focus of this Sound Bytes special, A Static Place. To listen to Mathieu’s latest marvel, I have to prepare myself
Interview with Stephan Mathieu. Lets start at the beginning. What is the concept behind Radioland and what particular aesthetic did you attempt to convey? I started using a shortwave receiver with my setup in 2005, shortly after my album The Sad Mac had been released. For this pieces I had worked with various players of acoustic instruments, who played little sketches I had written for them. I used those recordings as a live input for my software instrument and made a final step away from multitracking and arranging music in favour to a mainly autogenerative process
|A1||One Blue Dot|
|A2||One Yello Dot|
|B1||Two Blue Dots|
|B2||Two Yellow Dots|
|C1||One Red Dot|
|C2||One Black Dot|
|D1||Two Red Dots|
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- Engineer – Andreas [LUPO] Lubich*
- Producer – Stephan Mathieu
NotesA set of four double-sided acetate 10" records with recordings of layered end-grooves from early 1900s 78RPM records plus a set of four historical Columbia "Grafonola 201" mechanical-acoustic gramophones from the early 1930s, all restored to perfect working condition by Stephan Mathieu.
The acetates can be played back on the Grafonolas using a manually adjustable speed range between appr. 30 to 80RPM, the individual record sides can be combined to form an endless piece, well, depending how long you are into re-winding the mechanisms. A fully wound Grafonola spins for appr. 6 minutes at 78RPM.
Comes with 12 special Trailer Needles, historical new old stock from the 1930s, designed for acetate playback. The acetates will desintegrate slowly with each play, while this process is part of the piece. You can play the acetates over and over again.
Four double-sided 10" acetates in archive sleeves, signed and numbered
Four Columbia Grafonola 201 mechanical-acoustic gramophones
Twelve trailer needles
Limited edition of 1
Produced in 2009.
Mono Normal-Groove cut at Dubplate and Mastering, Berlin