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Tag Archives: Radio Corax
In July 2013 on the invitation of Radio Corax’s addicted2random festival Knut Aufermann and Tetsuo Kogawa created a duo performance, with Knut’s feedback electronics set inside the glass hall of the Händel house, and Tetsuo streaming his homemade AM transmitter … Continue reading
The Radio Corax Radia programme presents two radio pieces: Jubeltöne celebrates the joy to listen deeply to the individual stories of musical instruments: their exultation, their memories and their profound protest. A piece for two zithers played by Helen Hahmann. … Continue reading
political protest is always about delivering a message. about sending a signal to the public. in this piece i tried to catch the signals to the public of a day in frankfurt, 150318, when the new ecb-tower was opened to … Continue reading
From 1st to 30th of October 2016 a great celebration of radio art will take place in Halle an der Saale in Germany: The Radio Revolten Festival. This Radia show is an invitation to visit Halle this autumn. A 20 … Continue reading
Corax comes musically this month into the Radia universe: Johannes Westermann and Johann von Cargo (Halle/S.- E.-Germany) get pulled together again to show off with their misty tunes combined of two turntables and a synthesizer… and they call it Jakob-Duschek-Trio. … Continue reading
In this year 2015 is the 300 year anniversary of the birth of German Baroque Composer Georg Friedrich Händel, born 23 February, 1685 in Halle (Saale), Germany. And it is the 100 year anniversary of the death of Russian Pianist … Continue reading
Mexico – A noisy city for most; Blume would like to transform it in a sonorous city.
The street sellers make the voices of the polyphonic choir, the small bell from the ice cream seller substitutes the triangle from the orchestra, and the hammering of the protesters on the metallic wall are the percussions.
In Mexico City, people shout to be heard, they shout their rage against the cops, they shout at the ‘lucha libre’ fights, they shout together ¡ Viva Mexico ! to feel united, and during a demonstration they also shout ¡Viva Mexico ! People shout in church, they pray together or alone, whispering in the silent night.
The thunder booms: nobody can shout at the storm, and the rain cleans the silent city.
A solo voice after the rain, and the choir resumes gradually. Continue reading
UIOR belongs to the experimental German-Russian Noiseart-scene and mixed a heaven&hell-set for Radio Corax and radia.fm In the last years UIOR started to work with frequencies beyond our audible range – silent sounds effectively … – UIOR doesn’t work for … Continue reading
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster_Bobby The piece was broadcasted from the birth-place of Georg Friedrich Haendel in Halle/S., E.-Germany this summer. Enjoy RandomTimeRadio from Radio Corax and Monster Bobby.
The American composer Jason Freeman gave us the permission to use his online-violin-tool to play a concert for ghosts. So i tried to play with this and noises from the nights for ghosts. The voices gave Brian and Sarah Catling … Continue reading