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More Tingel Tangle …

In the wake of the previous post, I wrote a somewhat more detailed report about the Tingel Tangle in the SoundBlog …

In the picture below you see Jean-Jacques Duerinckx on sopranino sax, and Jonas Kocher on accordeon, improvising in Käämer 12, in the afternoon of thursday january 22nd. Jonas had just arrived by train from Amsterdam, where he had spent a week long recording residency at STEIM, researching all sorts of possible ways to play his instruments: using a bow, putting objects between the folds of its bellows, rubbin it with polysterene, and using contact microphones for amplification …

Harold Schellinx

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