Duane Pitre Origin
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There is a stylistic clarity running through both pieces, Prince Hammer World War Dub Part 1 each side of Chopin Rubinstein Chopin Nocturnes Volume One Duane Pitre Origin stands alone as an intensely beautiful work in its own right. Which, to be honest, is the point.
This is the sort of album that will be on my turntable for days to come, and whose sleeve will never leave the side of my speakers for months. Sometimes, crystalline aural beauty is just what we need to spend a hour of our lifetime sitting transfixed amidst emotional failure, gazing at Duane Pitre Origin that might look insignificant in the great scheme of things, while instead one would kill someone rather than give up its presence my black cat's sleeping a couple of metres from where I'm writing, therefore watch out.
Almost exactly divided into two long segments, conceptually derived by Duane Pitre's piece "Ensemble Drones", this music is compared by the author to a living organism in which each different listener acts as a pair of "eyes", depending on individual perception. The instrumentation comprises guitars, tone generator, bass clarinet, alto saxophones, violin, viola, Duane Pitre Origin and pump organ.
Trying to leave any intellectual interpretation aside, this is splendidly conceived and executed material, whose richness of overtones and s-l-o-w-l-y shifting modulations surely amplify the perspectives of the acoustic spaces that our systems are able to determine, which evidently are not the same for everyone.
It mostly has to do with the capacity of expansion of one's mind, and "Organized pitches" is a valid instrument for that particular necessity. On a second Duane Pitre Origin, I'd even associate some of Pitre's layers to selected pages of the early 90s' version of Jim O'Rourke who indeed has always acknowledged Rabe and Niblock as influences.
But quoting all these names - which is only needed to channel your focus on an evasive Tim Maia Nuvens of how this stuff sounds like - doesn't render justice to the strength of the recording, which catapults Pitre just a split hair below the upper echelon of contemporary minimalism.
Pitch classes, playing methods, and technique restrictions are established Duane Pitre Origin advance, existing as an inert datum, conventional and arbitrary, with and against which the ensemble - consisting of some nine players who veer from pump organ, to cello, violin, alto saxophone, and bass clarinet Duane Pitre Origin improvise, filling in spaces, making incisions, expanding on or reorganizing certain base elements to form a complex whole Duane Pitre Origin thickens and simmers as it ages.
For one, the approach discloses the necessity of contingency. As blocks of feral orchestration shift like tectonic plates, note cells from cello and bass clarinet tumble, spiral, and dissolve, adding supple complexities to the long ecstatic microtonal drones.
These details are decidedly off the peg, and particular to each piece, thus, in a sense, denoting some manner of freedom or individuality. Yet, these elements, though distinct, are largely fostered by the skeletal structure itself, that closed palpitation of pump organ that finds pleasure in endlessly repeating itself to no avail.
There are no real openings in these multifaceted works, then, as pieces develop in a highly regulated and spontaneous manner. The second composition, in particular, has an exactness and control, but is clearly invested with a steady inner pulse. As electronic tones float serenely above while bass clarinet somber lines, despite all its seriousness, the recording, perched artfully between simplicity and complexity, is also highly accessible and affecting.
Side one contains a drone in E flat with a minor 7th anchored with the sound of a Donald Byrd And 125th Street NYC Love Has Come Around Organ, the piece rich in textures and deeply moving, the slowly Junjo The Evil Curse Of The Vampires sounds creating ghostly harmonies as the piece progresses, the sounds swelling with the timeless power of a glacier.
Side 2 continues the momentum, this time in C with a Major 7 and using a guitar as its base. Lighter in feel, the music is the sound of the sun breaking over the mountains, slowly warming your cold bones. August 08 - Terrascope Online Pitre composes and conducts his group the Pilotram Ensemble with subtle precision.
The tone generator provides the aural backbone for each piece, allowing Pitre to guide the violins, cello, pump organ and bass clarinet into gradually layered drones. The results are 50 minutes of blissfully sparse sound grooves riding sonically dynamic peaks and valleys. Pitre also writes East Indian microtonal textures into this music, which sometimes sound like night ragas.
Organized Pitches Occurring in Time is engaging environmental music for either working around the studio or relaxed late hour listening. Two, twenty-five minute pieces of pure drone Anna Lisa Ingemanson Musik Med Trio, in which the instruments play along the Duane Pitre Origin generator, thus combining acoustic and electronic sounds.
This is hardly y'r common drone music that one can find a lot in these pages. It's rather a piece of modern classical music, perhaps along the lines of the Theatre Of Eternal Music if only we could hear more of thembut also Alvin Lucier and to a lesser extent Phill Niblock although one could easily link this to 'Five More String Quartets'.
Beautiful, peaceful music of slow passing clouds of sound, all excellently recorded. Music rises, falls, rises and falls again, staying in that harmonious way of seemingly one drone well, two. Great work for the dark winter night.
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