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Benoit Cancoin & Birgit Ulher | Solo Orbital | Electric Green

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Solo Orbital | Electric Green

by Benoit Cancoin & Birgit Ulher

On May 22 2018 Benoit Cancoin performed his rotating double bass solo at Kapelle 6 on the Ohlsdorf cemetery, then Birgit Ulher joined him with trumpet–and an otherworld of sounds!–for a mesmerising duo performance. Enjoy!
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Orbital Solo V1 (Good Old Stereo)
Benoit Cancoin
40:29 $1.10
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2. Orbital Solo V2 (Headphones Only)
Benoit Cancoin
40:28 $1.10
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3. Naples Yellow
Benoit Cancoin & Birgit Ulher
4:36 $1.10
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4. Aureolin
Benoit Cancoin & Birgit Ulher
5:21 $1.10
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5. Tenné
Benoit Cancoin & Birgit Ulher
5:40 $1.10
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6. Karmesin
Benoit Cancoin & Birgit Ulher
4:53 $1.10
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7. Seladon
Benoit Cancoin & Birgit Ulher
7:55 $1.10
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8. Electric Green
Benoit Cancoin & Birgit Ulher
7:47 $1.10
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9. Signal Blue
Benoit Cancoin & Birgit Ulher
3:51 $1.10
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CD #1 features Benoit Cancoin turning for about 40 min while plucking and bowing his double bass. The result is an incredible deep dive into a sonic world that makes the listener forget what is actually happening. Just a guy dancing slowly with his double bass! And after this exploration we were joined by Birgit Ulher…

The sounds Birgit creates playing her instrument while holding metal foil to the bell reminds me of very intricate percussion work, like a super gentle rhythm using snare wires. Listen while the magic unfolds in the incredible reverberant acoustics of Kapelle 6, a chapel of the largest park cemetery in the world: Ohlsdorf.

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