Alen Ilijić | I Have No Coordination

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I Have No Coordination

by Alen Ilijić

The album ''I have no coordiNATION'' contains eight compositions that were created between 1999 and 2013 in London and Belgrade. Besides three compositions that were performed live (''Improvisation for piano, violin and amplifier'', at Student Cultural Center, Belgrade, 2010, '' My suspicious look'' at The Yugoslav Drama Theatre, Belgrade, 2008, ''I have no coordination'', at Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra Hall, 2007), others were recorded and realized in Ilijić’s home studio. ''My suspicious look'' is aleatoric composition performed by Ilijić and Jean Geoffroy, produced by Italian composer Michelangelo Lupone. ''I have no coordiNATION'' was performed by pianist Neda Hofman, recorded by Srđan Hofman. As a retrospective, the album displays diversity of Ilijić’s creative work.
Genre: Avant Garde: Classical Avant-Garde
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  Song Share Time Download
1. PW503683d / Intro
1:23 $0.99
2. Noisy Genes
6:17 $0.99
3. Improvisation for Piano, Violin and Amplifier (feat. Đorđe Mijušković)
10:53 $0.99
4. I Have No Coordination (feat. Neda Hofman)
8:00 $0.99
5. Sukob U Zenitu
6:00 $0.99
6. Zvezdoznanceva Smrt (feat. Schindev & Stern)
8:41 $0.99
7. My Suspicious Look (feat. Jean Geoffroy)
7:56 $0.99
8. Music for Nasa / Outro
3:24 $0.99
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Based on avant-garde intentions, experimental music by Alen Ilijić is created under his own rules negating the need for any compromise. Ilijić’s radical poetics emphasizes the seriousness of individuality bound with artistic truth in each of his compositional approaches. In Ilijić’s performances body motion has a major role as an inclusion in performing arts. Guided by intuition, his performances ended up with a broken piano and injured, bloody hands. This can be seen as a confirmation of Ilijić’s great, unfettered creative energy. In his authentic music world, there is chaos which is made of carefully selected notes in order to break down the boundaries of recognizable forms of expression. Ilijić’s creative complexity is reflected in his way of liberating sounds, while binding them in unique access, so they can only exist in the space of coexistence. Ilijić’s music shows diversity of innovations implying noise as alternative idiom. Developing a new kind of music, compositions by Ilijić are not made for today or even tomorrow, but for the time yet to come.

Milica Bogosavljević, Art Historian



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