Radical Interpretations of Iconic Musical Works
(not yet published)
"Radical Interpretations of Iconic Musical Works" is an interdisciplinary research project at Norwegian Academy of Music with WOACT and 2L. Kjell Tore Innervik performs Morton Feldman's «The King of Denmark» and Iannis Xenakis' «Psappha», exploring the intimate performing space with large format recording techniques, engaging the listener in immersive audio. We recorded the Xenakis twice. Once from the perspective of an intimate listener and then literally "over-head" as the performer himself in first persona. The difference not only in microphone technique but also in state-of-mind from the performer and how he projects his playing is profound to the receiving experience of the music.
Recording sessions: Facebook Photo Album
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