Jørgen Brønlund Quartet - fragments download mp3 album
Not On Label (Jørgen Brønlund Quartet Self-released) – -. Format: 3 File, AIFC, AIFF, ALAC, MP3, ogg-vorbis, WAV, Compilation, Stereo. 1. fragments I. 15:09.
Jørgen Brønlund Quartet. Profile: formed in 2014.
English Français Deutsch Español Italiano Polskie Português Pусский. From A Logical Point Of View. Jørgen Brønlund Quartet.
Jørgen is a Danish, Norwegian, and Faroese masculine given name cognate to George. Jørgen Aall (1771–1833), Norwegian ship-owner and politician. Jørgen Andersen (1886–1973), Norwegian gymnast. Jørgen Aukland (born 1975), Norwegian cross-country skier. Jørgen Beck (1914–1991), Danish film actor. Jørgen Bentzon (1897–1951), Danish composer. Jørgen Bjelke (1621–1696), Norwegian officer and nobleman. Jørgen Bjørnstad (1894–1942), Norwegian gymnast.
JÃ¸rgen BrÃ¸nlund Quartet – From A Logical Point Of View. The sound of melting floe, captured by a hydrophone, crackling under a female enchanting voice that repeats the same words continuously, like a gentle mermaid calling towards fatal cliffs, and whirring sounds rotating like ghost ships passing.
Jørgen Brønlund Quartet From A Logical Point Of View December 01, 2017 Cover and sleeve artwork: Cristina Cammarata The sound of melting floe, captured by a hydrophone, crackling under . .
There are fowls somewhere and there is a boundless landscape in "Monism", the first track in Jørgen Brønlund Quartet's album "From a Logical Point of View". It is a jamboree of field recordings and soundscapes, a trip underwater which sounds like a trip within ourselves, with little or no time at all for useless dithering. Nothing yields to even the most extreme concept of music as we know it here, where all is noise and pure sounds and those seagulls repeating the same incantantion as the only example of anything even remotely passable as rhythm.
Jørgen Brønlund (14 December 1877 – November 1907), was a Greenlandic polar explorer, educator, and catechist. Brønlund, an Inuit and the son of a hunter, was born in Ilulissat, Greenland, then known as Jakobshavn, on 14 December 1877. He was a childhood friend of Knud Rasmussen whose father was a priest in Jakobshavn
Notesthis compilation features various outtake (and - as for I + II - lo-fi) material outlining the origin of some previous releases.
the primary material was recorded on three sessions in friedrichskoog (north sea, 2014-07-03), in the wittmoor area (north of hamburg, 2014-05-24) and in the kellerwald-edersee area (hessen, august 2016).
the loops resulting from these recordings were mixed live in 2015 (I + II) and 2016 (III) and produced in late 2016.
released December 16, 2016
all done by jbq (recordings, mixing, production, 'art'work)