Terénny záznam improvizácií českej skladateľky Lucii Vítkovej a japonského hudobníka Haruhika Okabeho zo sila (dvadsaťšesť metrov vysoký zásobník na cukor) chátrajúceho cukrovaru v Rimavskej Sobote.
Limitovaná edícia z edície RUINY.
Recorded at 26m high silo of the sugar refinery in Rimavská Sobota, Slovakia.
Lucie Vítková (CZ) – hichiriki, voice, sonic costume (cellophane, cans), synthesizer (KORG Volca Bass)
Haruhiko Okabe (JPN) – hichiriki, fujara, whistling, objects
Lucie Vítková, Czech composer and performer, living in New York City, and Japanese musician and improviser Haruhiko Okabe, met during the Ruiny Festival in Širkovce (Slovakia) in summer 2018. It was an extraordinary experience to get them together, since they are interested in experimental and free improvisation as well as in traditional music. They both play Japanese traditional double reed instrument hichiriki, which is used in Gagaku – ancient Japanese court music. Vítková studied with masters in New York City and Tokyo, and Okabe is a Gagaku master in Takamatsu (Japan).
During their five-day residency, they had time to practice together on daily basis and finally got the opportunity of a live performance at SILO in Rimavská Sobota (Slovakia). Okabe also became interested in the traditional Slovak instruments and started to play fujara, koncovka and dvojačka. Vítková joined with her voice, sonic costumes from cans and cellophane, and Korg Volca Bass synthesizer. Other percussion instruments were found on the site, such as stones, different building materials and metal pieces.
Rok vydania: 2019
Vydavateľ: Projekt Ruiny
Krajina pôvodu: EU
Kat.č.: Ruiny Editions #1
Počet nosičov: 1