As the liner notes correctly point out, the far older traditional game of beginning a story, then folding the paper and passing it on to one’s neighbour uses a similar concept – and it is this concept which Steinbrüchel and Schurer used for their album (“Falte” is the German term for “Fold”). Schurer* > Steinbrüchel* Schurer* > Steinbrüchel* - Falte (CD, Album, Ltd) Non Visual Objects: Austria: Sell This Version: Schurer* Parallax (Album) 2 versions: Domizil: Switzerland: Sell This Version: 2 versions. Schurer* > Steinbrüchel* Schurer* > Steinbrüchel* - Falte (CD, Album, Ltd) Non Visual Objects: nvo Austria: Sell This Version: nvo Various: Extract - Portraits Of Soundartists.
Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Steinbrüchel* - Stage at Discogs. Complete your Steinbrüchel* collection/5(31). Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Basis for "Falter," piano recordings by Bernd Schurer, with whom Steinbrüchel has simultaneously released the striking duo project Falte on the Non-Visual Objects label. The "Interlude" tracks are four five-minute reflections on quiet bell-like tones turned into shimmering. Stage by STEINBRÜCHEL, released 01 September 1. scene 01 2. scene 02 3. scene 03 4. scene 4 5. scene 5 6. scene 6 7. scene 7 8. scene 8 9. scene 9 scene 10 Stage is Steinbrüchel’s second full-length solo release on LINE. The album contains 10 scenes that move between warm organic and melodic digitalised sounds and cold crystalline-like sparks. Basis by Steinbrüchel, released 07 July 1. Interlude 1 2. These 1 3. Interlude 2 4. These 2 5. Interlude 3 6. Falter 7. Interlude 4 Basis» is based on recordings of acoustical instruments. All sounds were processed and layered into compositions by steinbrüchel. Through the processing of the sounds steinbrüchel revealed structures and melodies hidden in the source recordings and. The constant theme throughout this album is delicious, beautiful waves of music. Nothing too difficult, just raw sound and the mearest smattering of glitch here and there. Warming tones and chimes draw you into this album and extend throughout. The highlight for me is 'These 1'. At a little over 17 minutes, it's a true electronic experience. This second CD release on 12k offshoot Line for Ralph Steinbrüchel documents a number of compositions for the interactive dance performance, Hybridome. Most of the pieces on this disc are based on processed recordings of Tomas Korber’s guitar and/or Bernd Schurer’s piano. The end result is unmistakeably Steinbrüchel’s own however.