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Beste Acoustic Podcasts, die wir finden konnten
Beste Acoustic Podcasts, die wir finden konnten
Music is an escape and listening to acoustic music whether it be from Bob Dylan, John Meyer, Ed Sheeran, Jason Mraz, Colbie Caillat, Goo Goo Dolls, Eagles or Neil Young is a great way to de-stress at the end of a long day and what better way to know more about your favorite genre than listening to podcasts about it. Listen to these podcasts to get the latest news, interviews, discussions and even unplugged sessions from various acoustic artists.
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Born 1960 in Vienna. Austrian composer, improviser and performer. He studied composition with Friedrich Cerha and musicology in Vienna. Besides writing experimental instrumental music, he performs on his own electronic instrument m@ze°2, develops software environments for computer-aided composition and creates generative sound and video environments. Since 2007 professor of composition for electro-acoustic and experimental music at the University of Music in Vienna. Karlheinz Essl performs o ...
 
DE Dies ist ein Projekt, das als Sammlung von Soundscapes dient, die während meiner Südamerikareise gemacht wurden. Soundscapes sind Klanglandschaften. Sie bestehen aus akustischen Erscheinungen, die an einem Ort auftreten. Das können Naturgeräusche, Sprache, Arbeits- und Maschinenlärm sowie Musik sein. So wie die sichtbare Landschaft, ändert sich auch die akustische Landschaft von Ort zu Ort. Somit nehme ich Euch mit auf eine akustische Reise durch Südamerika. Ich bin eine Künstlerin, die h ...
 
Wer hätte gedacht, dass man Dixieklos vermissen kann! Der erste Festivalsommer ohne Moshpit am Nova Rock oder Baden am Acoustic Lakeside. Keine Reisen ins Nachbarland nach Gräfenhainichen oder Katowice. Dafür große Sehnsucht und ein Schwelgen in Erinnerungen an "früher". Wie war das eigentlich früher? Für den Festivalpodcast trifft Susi Ondrusova Menschen, die hinter den Kulissen arbeiten und die Festivalkultur in diesem Land in den letzten Jahren maßgeblich mitgeprägt haben. Von den Mensche ...
 
Bony Stoev is a sound-artist who lives and works in Dresden, Germany. He believes that sound changes the point of view of pictures and adds a new dimension to them. Thus, he creates innovative worlds of sound that heighten and modify the emotional impact of film, pictures and music. In September 2016, Bony collaborated with SA-PO for THE DARK ROOMS EXHIBITION in Berlin. He developed an audiovisual experience inspired by pictures of Sven Sauer and Igor Posavec. Bony created an intricate acous ...
 
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Wir brauchen sie aber wir fürchten sie: Festival-Klos. Nase zu und durch?! Susi Ondrusova besucht den Fuhrpark der Firma Toi Toi und lässt sich die Geschichte der Dixie-Klos erzählen. Eine Alternative zu den weltbekannten mobilen Toiletten will die Firma öKlo bieten. Ihre Toiletten riechen nach Holz. Neben Fragen nach dem besten stillen Örtchen auf…
 
Jeder kennt die Bilder von Müllbergen auf Campingplätzen, das Meer von Plastikflaschen das auf dem Kerngelände vor den Bühnen herumliegt. Wie gehen Veranstalter mit dieser Problematik um? Aufräumarbeiten kosten Geld, umweltschonende Maßnahmen ebenfalls. Was ist also ein „Green Festival“ überhaupt und was machen österreichische Veranstalter, um den …
 
„Es war keine Marktlücke, es war eine Marktschlucht“ sagt Harry Jenner über die Festivallandschaft in Österreich Anfang der 00er Jahre. Er wollte ein Event für mehrere 10.000 Besucher*innen veranstalten. Die allererste Ausgabe war von dieser Vorstellung noch weit entfernt - also mindestens ein Campingareal weit entfernt - denn die erste Ausgabe vom…
 
Binaural recording: listen with headphones! Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded between August 2-4, 2020 in the Castle of Lockenhaus (Burgenland) during cultural talks with representatives of the Austrian music life about the COVID-19 crisis: 1) a round-table discussion on cultura…
 
Es gibt die großen Festivals und die mit 500, 2000 oder 5000 Besucher*innen. Meist ehrenamtlich organisiert und mit einer Riesenportion Idealismus und Liebe zum Detail. Welche Herausforderungen haben Veranstalter*innen von kleineren Festivals zu meistern? Auf den ersten Blick die gleichen wie Festivals mit Besucherkapazität im fünfstelligen Bereich…
 
In dieser Folge geht es um jene Menschen, die den Bands ganz nahe sind und das Festivalgeschehen auf und hinter den Bühnen dokumentieren: Fotograf*innen. Was macht ein gutes Konzertfoto aus? Wie wird man ein*e erfolgreiche Konzert-Fotograf*in? Susi Ondrusova trifft Kiki Heindl, Patrick Münnich und Matthias Hombauer und spricht mit ihnen über die En…
 
Welche Eigenschaften braucht man eigentlich als Booker? Warum spielt meine Lieblingsband immer nur auf ausländischen Festivals und was haben heimische Veranstalter über den Frauenanteil auf Festivals zu sagen? Susi Ondrusova spricht mit den heimischen Veranstaltern Thomas Zsifkovits, Harry Jenner, Ewald Tatar und Filip Potocki.…
 
In der ersten Folge vom Festivalpodcast erinnern wir uns an das Jahr 1995. In Wiesen findet die erste Ausgabe vom Forestglade Festival statt und in Ebensee kann der Kulturverein Kino Ebensee für ihr Holzstock Festival unter anderem die gerade einmal vor einem Jahr gegründete Band Foo Fighters gewinnen und auch: Beck, der im Festival-Bierzelt am Tra…
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded in 2018 and 2020 at four different churches: 1) evangelical morning service London-Brompton, UK), 2) catholic mass (Funchal Cathedral, Madeira), 3) church concert (Vienna-Lainz, Austria), 4) church cle…
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded between 2019 and 2020 in four different parks around the world: 1) Brompton Park (London, UK), 2) Pötzleinsdorfer Schlosspark (Vienna, Austria), 3) Ryoan-ji Temple Garden (Kyoto, Japan), 4) ressort par…
 
Binaural recording: listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded in 2018 and 2019 at four different bathing locations: 1) Wörthersee (Pörtschach, Carinthia), 2) doggie pool inside the Prater (Vienna, Austria), 3) public beach in Sirmione (Lake Garda, Itay), 4) swimmi…
 
"vingt secondes" is Karlheinz Essl's shortest composition. It lasts only 20 seconds - the guideline for washing one's hands during the COVID-19 pandemic. It was written during the lockdown in the Easter holidays of 2020. Originally written for melodica, this version was performed on the organ of the Hofburgkapelle Vienna by Wolfgang Kogert.Composit…
 
"vingt secondes" is Karlheinz Essl's shortest composition. It lasts only 20 seconds - the guideline for washing one's hands during the COVID-19 pandemic. It was written during the lockdown in the Easter holidays of 2020. Originally written for melodica, this version was performed on an accordion by Dorrit Bauerecker who also made this recording.Com…
 
Binaural recording: listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded in spring 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic in Vienna and its surrounding: 1) a railway crossing gate in Klosterneuburg, 2) Kongresspark in Vienna on Saturday noon, 3) animal cemetery in Vienna, 4) pede…
 
Karlheinz Essl's contribution to the Beethoven Year 2020: an immersive composition for mixed choir with 16 voices based on Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" from his 9th symphony. Realized with the a-capella-chor tulln (dir. Gottfried Zawichowski). Composed in April 2020 during the quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic.More information and score available…
 
Live recording of the premiere, performed by students of the Kyoto City University of the Arts (conductor: Ingomar Rainer) on 21 Nov 2019 at the Kyoto Museum.This piece is a composed comment to the baroque opera "Mulier fortis" by J. B. Staudt, premiered 1698 in Vienna, Austria.Info: http://www.essl.at/works/constantia.html…
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded between Nov 23-24, 2019 in Seoul, Rep. of Korea: 1) Buddhist chanting at the Jogyesa temple, 2) anti-government demonstration in front of the Gyeongbokgung Palace, 3) moments of silence at the old city…
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded in February 2019 at the following locations in Kerala and Tamil Nadu, South India:1) Thanjavur: hotel window 2) Varkala: fishermen at the beach 3) Alleppey: house boat 4) Ooty: garden of Hotel SavoyPar…
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded on Nov 7th, 2019 in Vienna at Kunsthistorisches Museum (exhibition "Caravaggio & Bernini") and the Italian Cultural Institute (finissage Andreas Lunghi "TACET" with Karlheinz Essl's sound installation …
 
Recorded live at INTONAZIONE festival on 20 Sep 2019 at Eremo Santa Caterina in Rio nell'Elba, performed by Rafał Zalech (viola & live-electronics)during a dance performance of Andrea Nagl. Mixed and produced by Karlheinz Essl.Sequitur is a series of compositions for various solo instruments and live-electronics which I started in 2008. Somehow it …
 
Recorded live at INTONAZIONE festival on 20 Sep 2019 at Eremo Santa Caterina in Rio nell'Elba, performed by Rafał Zalech (viola & live-electronics)during a dance performance of Andrea Nagl. Mixed and produced by Karlheinz Essl."Sequitur" is a series of compositions for various solo instruments and live-electronics which was started in 2008. Somehow…
 
„Prends le Fa” consists of three movements which have to be played attaca after each fermata. I. Trois cent notes II. Tremblant III. Le même, différent...The sustain pedal has to be depressed throughout the piece and should not be lifted between the movements. Although notated solely in quavers, the tempo encompasses a wide range from very slow to …
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded on November 17th, 2018 at the premiere of Georg Nussbaumers "Atlas der gesamten Musik und aller angrenzenden Gebiete", performed by 300 students of the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna…
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Dedicated to Jörg Duit and his festival INTONAZIONE.Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded in September 2019 on the Island of Elba, Italy:1) Piazza del Popolo in Rio nell'Elba2) the Elba Rally witnessed from afar3) breaking of waves at Spia…
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes recorded on September 2018 and September 2019 in Salò, Italy:1) inside the ancient dome2) at the pier3) standing in the middle of the pedestrian zone4) sitting at the bar of Caffé VassalliInfo: http://www.essl.a…
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded between Aug 23rd and 24th, 2019 in the South of France:1) horse feeding in the Camargue2) sunrise near Saintes-Maries-de-la-mer with blackbirds3) street restaurant at Aigues-Mortes in the evening4) ped…
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded on April 27th, 2019 in Hamburg, Germany: 1) Elbe shore vis-à-vis Landungsbrücken2) public park "Planten un Bloemen"3) Radisson Blu hotel with a self-playing Yamaha Disklavier4) walking through the Kuns…
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded in spring and summer 2019 in Klagenfurt, Austria: 1) early morning at Lake Wörth, 2) skater at Neuer Platz close to the Lindworm fountain, 3) bakery Wienerroither at the main train station, 4) evening …
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes with kids, recorded in spring and summer 2019: 1) beach of a small lake near Suchdol (CZ)2) kids animation room at the South Bohemian Museum in Budweis (CZ)3) visitor's platform of the so-called "Fire Tower" in …
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded between July 17-18th, 2019 in Linz, Austria: 1) breakfast buffet at Hotel Goldener Adler, 2) nudism beach at a small lake called "Weikerlsee", 3) steel-mill at VÖEST, 4) sound sculpture with mathematic…
 
The first hour of the generative drone scape "Checkin' my Shrutis...", recorded by Karlheinz Essl on July 9th, 2019 at Studio kHz. The entire piece lasts for twelve hours, slowly cycling through a sequence of 25 chords, played on a chromatic Shrutibox and recorded by Karlheinz Essl. For deep listening, meditation and relaxation.Learn more about the…
 
Generative improvisation environment based on Karlheinz Essl's soundscape generator fLOW, created for guitarist Francesco Cuoghi. Premiered during the festival TODAYs MUSIC in Rome on June 21st, 2019 at Biblioteca Sandro Onofri.Info: http://www.essl.at/works/flow-per-sandro.htmlVon Karlheinz Essl
 
Granular de/re/construction of W. A. Mozart's string quintet in g minor (KV 516)performed live by Karlheinz Essl during the dance performance "LamenToys" on May 17th, 2019 at brick-5 in Vienna. The sound was transmitted via a transducer onto the resonance board of a grand piano, the pedal of which being held all the time. Binaural recording with a …
 
Imagine yourself sitting on a carousel and circling around. On your ride, you can hear music from 4 loudspeakers that are mounted at the foot of the carousel. Only those who let their bodies swing round and round will hear, feel, and experience the music composed for this situation.For this occasion, Karlheinz Essl has created a swirling sound envi…
 
Listen with headphones in order to enjoy the 3D sound!Feature by composer Karlheinz Essl and poet Erwin Uhrmann about the City of Graz, Austria. Based on binaural soundscape recorded in various places of this beautiful and vivid town. Part of the work-in-progress H.E.A.D. (Hearing Entirely Ambient Domains) http://www.essl.at/works/HEAD.html…
 
300 notes in 4 minutes, a brand new composition by Karlheinz Essl, originally scored for piano, played on a vibraphone with depressed sustain pedal.Score available for free: www.essl.atAlthough notated solely in quavers, the tempo emcompasses a wide range from very slow to extremly fast. Starting with a speed of MM = 50, it gradually accelerates to…
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded in February 2019 in South India: 1) vegetable market in Mysore, 2) a bronze workshop in Thanyavur, 3) morning atmosphere on a houseboat in the backwaters of Allepey, 4) fishermen pulling out a net from…
 
300 notes in 4 minutes, a brand new composition by Karlheinz Essl played on a Steinway piano with depressed sustain pedal.Score available for free: http://www.essl.atAlthough notated solely in quavers, the tempo emcompasses a wide range from very slow to extremly fast. Starting with a speed of MM = 50, it gradually accelerates to MM = 400 which equ…
 
Binaural rendering of a live recording - listen with headphones!In "Miles to go", four toy pianists are treated as a single unit, forming a single meta-instrument. They are not merely playing different voices, but contributing to a common sound that they are creating together. The dense and fast hammering at independent tempos creates haunting phas…
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Generative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes, recorded between December 15-16th, 2018 in Berlin, Germany: 1) a cemetry in Kreuzberg, close to the grave of E.T.A. Hoffmann 2) a ride on the metro line U7 between Südstern and Grenzwall 3) my sound installatio…
 
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