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Al Maslakh

Christine Sehnaoui/Michel Waisvisz 'Shortwave' CD

£17.99

Al Maslakh

Christine Sehnaoui/Michel Waisvisz 'Shortwave' CD

£17.99

About the recording:

Christine Sehnaoui and Michel Waiswisz, met in Sweden in September 2006 when they performed a trio with percussionist Sven-Åke Johansson (this music can be heard on the Beirut-Ystad / Olof Bright CD16/17). They kept on working together until the present days whenever that was possible.

The highlight of their collaboration could be several full days of recording at the famous GRM studios in Paris at 2 different periods during the year 2007. Selecting the music that you will hear on this CD has surely been the hardest part of the entire process. There was so much interesting and different material available that narrowing them down to an hour seemed an impossible task. There have been as much as 6 different versions of the recording, many of them with no single track in common, and all of them seemed perfect in the moment.

The final decision was made after the artists gave the label this responsibility. We hope to have made the most out of the material at hand.

About the musicians:

Christine Sehnaoui has emerged in a short period as an innovative alto sax player, developing a personal language on her instrument. She has been involved in the Lebanese improvisation scene since its very first hours.

Michel Waisvisz is a key figure in the live-electronics scene. He is one of the first live performers on synthesizers and the creator of many instruments, the most famous being the Crackle-Box and The Hands.

Shortwave is his first studio recording to be released since the late seventies.

Tracklisting:

1. Wig Wag
2. Preciously Empty
3. Deep Sleep Revelation
4. The Bottom Of The Pond
5. Finding The Short Wave In The Dark