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Ingar Zach, Andreas Meland

Music For Tinguely

Label: Prisma Records

Format: CD

Genre: Experimental

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*2023 stock* Ingar Zach (b.1971) is one of Norway`s leading percussionists and founder of the record label SOFA. He has recorded for the ECM and Rune Grammofon labels together with his bands Dans Les Arbres and Huntsville and has released several solo and duo records.

Andreas Meland is a Norwegian sound artist and musician. He has recorded with the projects Røyskatt, Norwegian Noize orchestra, düplo and Forell plus several solo projects. He is also the founder of the experimental music festival Safe as Milk and the Melektronikk record label.

Music for Tinguely consists of two pieces commissioned for the Jean Tinguely exhibition - The Future As We Know It - presented at the Henie Onstad Art Centre in 2009. Zach`s piece Tinguely Solo was created for the opening ceremony of the exhibiton on April 16th 2009 by using a Gran Cassa, percussion, sruti box and drone commander mixed together with sounds from the Meta sculpture by Jean Tinguely. Andreas Meland`s piece The future as we remember it was performed at the centre on April 19th as part of a concert day together with the bands In the Country and Golden Serenades. All the source material for Meland`s piece was recorded on site in the Jean Tinguely exhibition. 

Cat. number: PRISMA CD706
Year: 2009
Track 1: Performed live at the Henie Onstad Art Centre, April 16th 2009. Music based on "Meta" by Jean Tinguely. Thanks to NOPA and Bjørn Rabben. Track 2: Performed live at the Henie Onstad Art Centre, April 19th 2009. All the source material for this piece was recorded in the Jean Tinguely exhibition. Thanks to Caroline Ugelstad. The musical pieces on this record were commissioned by the Henie Onstad Art Centre for the Jean Tinguely exhibition "The Future As We Remember It". Packaged in a Digipak. The catalog number does not appear on the release.