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Emotionale Landschaften

by Anthony Bannach

The debut experimental album from the new composer that blends diverse genres into unique and captivating sound worlds.
Genre: Avant Garde: Experimental
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Anthony Bannach is a composer for concert music, film, and video games. In terms of compositional influences he has a very eclectic taste: From Brahms and Beethoven to Zappa and Zorn, he feels that various styles have unique ways of communicating musical feeling to the listener, and tries to utilize anything at his disposal to create music he feels is worth making.
Following composing works for concert music, Anthony always wanted to make an album of "sound worlds",and pieces that were experimental, exploratory and meditative in nature. With "Emotionale Landschaften" (German for "emotional landscapes"), Anthony drew inspiration specifically from the works of Bjork, Brian Eno, Hisham Akira Bharoocha, Colin Stetson, Pharoah Sanders, and Ryoji Ikeda, all of whom made albums with lush instrumentation, experimental musical methods, and uncompromising vision. Using saxophone, vocals, and synthesizers as the main textural colors in his music pallet, Bannach uses these as the foundation point of his driven and experimental sonic painting.

Anthony would like to thank:
God, family, friends and anyone who has supported me.
Special thanks to those who have developed me musically over the years such as:
Sarah Teschke, Rodd Eggert, Jean Richards, Joe Carucci, Dustin Retzlaff, Wes Flinn, Ann Duhammel, Simon Tillier, Joel Diegert, Theresa Sutula, Gerold Gruber, John Moraitus, Martin Seggelke, Denise & Mike Odello, Jason Squinobal, Preston Duncan, Scotty Horey, Gabriele Proy, Joel Salvo, and two really special thank yous to Peter Hurd, who gave me my first real big compositional opportunity scoring his first professional film, and to Michael Teoli, who helped produce my music for that film, and gave me a ton of musical and professional advice. I'd like to thank Hisham Akira Bharoocha, Brian Eno, Björk, Colin Stetson, Pharoah Sanders, and Ryoji Ikeda, who are people whose music sort of formed the musical geist that this type of music and this album sprung up from. I'd also like to thank @Musictechhelpguy from youtube,as he really helped me in getting proficient at logic pro x. Real special thanks to Nathan Bannach and alan labisch for mixing/audio engineering tips. Finally thanks to every composer and music maker who has inspired me, and hopefully one day I can ellicit a fraction of the reverence in a new composer that I had when I listened to works you made.



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