Oguz Buyukberber & Tobias Klein | Reverse Camouflage

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Reverse Camouflage

by Oguz Buyukberber & Tobias Klein

Genre: Avant Garde: Structured Improvisation
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Oğuz Büyükberber - bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet, Bb clarinet
Tobias Klein - bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet, Bb clarinet

Büyükberber and Klein celebrate ten years of playing as a duo with a CD they recorded at STEIM, Amsterdam. Focusing on pairs of bass and contrabass clarinets, this new release titled Reverse Camouflage features structured duo improvisations and compositions by Tobias Klein.

Alexandra Ivanoff wrote in Today's Zaman about the Büyükberber/Klein performance at the 2014 Frischzelle Festival, Düsseldorf/Cologne: "Perhaps the most unconventional moments of the four days were produced by Klein and Büyükberber...aside from the novel effects, the musicality of their moment-to-moment decisions provided energized momentum that took the listener through a game of sonic hide-and-seek, percussive play, a duet of beehives and a flutter-tongue fit. The complete strangeness of it all surrendered to a new way of perceiving musical thought."

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