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Max Reinhardt

Max Reinhardt presents Norwegian techno-baroque that incorporates treated tape, Hardanger fiddle and harpsichord. Plus early Stockhausen and a new single by Ghostpoet.

Tonight, techno meets Baroque in Norwegian guitarist Stephan Meidell's sonic journey incorporating electronic beats, treated tape and synthesiser alongside a live ensemble including Hardanger fiddle, Baroque violin, prepared piano, harpsichord and clarinet.

Plus, British vocalist Ghostpoet considers the plight of refugees in his first new work for a couple of years. And Max revisits a rarely heard early piece by Stockhausen for tuned and untuned percussion.

Produced by Chris Elcombe for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Craig Scott's Lobotomy

    Ormchestron

    • War is a Racket.
    • Wasp Millionaire Records.
  • Tenores di Neoneli

    Astore

    • Terra Nostra.
    • 5.1 Records.
  • IX Tab

    The Smoke and The Birds

    • The World is Not Where We Are.
    • Twiggwytch Recordings.
  • The Group

    The Feed-Back

    • The Feed-Back.
    • RCA Italiana.
  • Jonas Jurkūnas

    Savadarbis Smulkaus Gintaro Vėrinys, Paverstas Skaičiais (Angliškais) / (Self-ma

    Choir: Jauna Muzika.
    • Anthology Of Lithuanian Art Music In The 21st Century.
    • Music Information Centre Lithuania.
  • Ellie Wilson

    Delta

    • Delta.
    • Self-Released.
  • Visions Congo

    Old Parrots of Leper Island (Edit)

    • Mulago Sound Studio.
    • Discrepant.
  • Ghostpoet

    Immigrant Boogie

    • Immigrant Boogie.
    • Play It Again Sam.
  • Human

    Blenheim Road

    • Fractured Lands.
    • Babel.
  • Human

    Lennard Road

    • Fractured Lands.
    • Babel.
  • Human

    Princetown Road

    • Fractured Lands.
    • Babel.
  • Human

    Wellington Street

    • Fractured Lands.
    • Babel.
  • Fraser Fifield

    Cordoba Canntareaichd

    • In Buenos Aries.
    • Self-released.
  • Karlheinz Stockhausen

    Stockhausen: Refrain No. 11 (1959)

    Performer: Ives Ensemble. Performer: Arnold Marinissen. Performer: John Snijders. Performer: Reinier van Houdt.
    • Karlheinz Stockhausen Plus-Minus.
    • Hat Hut Records Ltd..
  • Louis Cole

    Blimp

    • Blimp.
    • Songololo Musi.
  • L.A. Carnival

    Blind Man

    • Function Underground: The Black and Brown American Rock Sound 1969-74.
    • Now-Again Records.
  • Stephan Meidell

    Biotop

    • Metrics.
    • Hubro.
  • Else Marie Pade

    Symphonie Magnétophonique

    • Face It.
    • Dacapo Records.

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