Toucans, Macaws and Ghost

by Wuppertaler Improvisations Orchester

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werner fischer hello friends, I am rather optimistic the wuppertal improvisation orchestra will inspirie, influence at least some musican. I think this music is very courageous and extraordinary, especially today! good luck - hope to see you some day live..
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Wuppertaler Improvisations Orchester (WIO): "An orchestra conducts itself!" - that was the motto of the WIO when it was founded in 2007 in collaboration with the Peter Kowald Society in Wuppertal/Germany. Since then, WIO presented numerous projects, many in collaboration with visual artists, dance, and sound for film. The ensemble has made a name for itself far beyond the city of Wuppertal. Members of WIO are from various cities from the North-Rhine-Westphalia region. All ensemble members bring their musical roots to bring two essential aspects into harmony through an open process: spontaneous improvisation and structure created by hand signals. For this purpose, the orchestra is guided by the "Conductions" working method adopted by the "London Improvisers Orchestra". Fellow players who are motivated for this take the lead during the concert with the help of simple hand signals and thus shape the musical structures from the moment.

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released June 30, 2020

Performers:
Brigitte Küpper (voice), Christoph Irmer (violin), Daniela Petry (double bass), Dietrich Rauschtenberger (sopr. sax), Dušica Cajlan-Wissel (prep. piano), Georg Wissel (prep. sax, clarinet), Gregor Bohnensack (trombone), Gunda Gottschalk (violin), Iouri Grankin (voice), Israel Flores (drums), Johannes Pfingsten (drums), Joker Nies (electronics), Jürgen Tauchert (e-bass), Marei Seuthe (cello), Mark Charig (cornet), Martin Verborg (violin), Matthias Kaiser (violin), Mitch Heinrich (voice), Norbert Zajac (voice), Stefanie Heine (baritone sax), Thomas König (bass clarinet, sax).

Recorded live January 17th 2020 at Sophienkirche, Wuppertal-Elberfeld
Cover Image: Ohne Titel by Ulla Riedel, 2016

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