JEROME NOETINGER & ENSEMBLE PHOENIX BASEL - Lex voix de l'invisible

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In June 2012, Ensemble Phoenix Basel commissioned me to create a work for them to play.
It was the first time in my life I had received such a request.
After several months of reflection, I accepted and began working on a way of communicating a music with other musicians.
Not knowing classical notation, I decided to do what I do know: that being, working with recording and loops, and thereafter, ask the musicians to play by ear.
After a first session, having their interpretations in mind, I could reorganise it all taking into account the physical limits of each instrument.
I am very happy with this experience and warmly thank everyone in the Ensemble Phoenix for having made this possible.
The title, "Les voix de l'invisible" (The voice of the invisible) is inspired by Pascal Quignard's book, "La haine de la musique" (The hate of music)."
Jérôme Noetinger

Ensemble Phoenix Basel. Christoph Bösch, flute. Toshiko Sakakibara, clarinet. Raphael Camenisch, saxophone. Samuel Wettstein, synthesizer. Maurizio Grandinetti, electric guitar. Aleksander Gabrys, doublebass. Daniel Buess, percussion and electronics. Thomas Peter, electronics.
Jérome Noetinger, composition, Revox tape machines.

Recorded live at Gare du Nord Basel, 14 & 15 June 2013.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Alex Buess.

Discography

EQUIVOCI

Music for guitar by John Cage and John Dowland

SEEK

Electric guitar avantgarde music compositions

RIME

Ensemble Cordaela plays Maurizio Grandinetti's modern arrangements of baroque music

BEBOP BAGDAD

Fantastic composition by canadian composer Paul Dolden

SPUREN

Composition by Katharina Rosenberg for 2 electric guitars and orchestra

HARLEKINADE

InterWau mit Mozart's Hund, by and with Juerg Wyttenbach

ENSEMBLE PHOENIX BASEL

Alex Buess, Drod Feiler and Tim Hodgkinson

ENSEMBLE PHOENIX BASEL - J. NOTINGER

Lex voix de l'invisible

ENSEMBLE PHOENIX BASEL

Jim Grimm, Beat Furrer, Fausto Romitelli, Jorge Sánchez-Chiong, Alex Buess.