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The Karlbauers | Fool's Island Project (feat. Markus Moser)

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Fool's Island Project (feat. Markus Moser)

by The Karlbauers

Exploring the areas between songs and sound
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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"Fool's Island Project"

Lyrics by Rosivita & music by Klaus Karlbauer aka The Karlbauers
Performed by Rosivita (Voice), Markus Moser (E-Guitar, electronics)
Klaus Karlbauer (Bass clarinet, E-Zither, electronics)

"Fool's Island Project" embodies a radical, subjective view of presence, musically expressed in an unconventional mixture of singing/ songwriting and contemporary music, stand-alone but with references to Rock, Electroacoustic, Jazz and classical music. Instruments such as electric guitar, electric zither, bass clarinet and drums are employed, in concert with advanced electronics, for complementing Rosivita's voice. The songs are arranged within a overall soundscape in the manner of „Islands in an Ocean of Sounds“.

This series of songs is a contemporary descendent of Franz Schubert's „Winterreise“, reflecting subjective emotions as well as encounters, situations and episodes in the life of its nameless and homeless protagonist.



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