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Antoine Beuger

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Betula

Label: Elsewhere
Released: 2022
Track listing: A Song; Jasminum; Untitled; Lavendula; M; Call, there; A Song

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Article: Album Review

Germaine Sijstermans: Betula

Read "Betula" reviewed by John Eyles


Given that past albums on the Elsewhere label have already featured such Wandelweiser favourites as Dante Boon, Jürg Frey, Anastassis Philippakopoulos, Michael Pisaro-Liu, Stefan Thut and Guy Vandromme, it was no surprise when the label released Betula, the debut album from Dutch composer and clarinetist Germaine Sijstermans. Her track “M" had already appeared on the album ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

New to Another Timbre

Read "New to Another Timbre" reviewed by John Eyles


Any music fan casually scanning the credits of Another Timbre's catalogue of releases (which is rapidly nearing the two hundred mark) could not fail to be impressed by such established names as John Cage, Morton Feldman, Antoine Beuger and Jurg Frey. Just as impressive are those who have increased in popularity as a result of their ...

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Seamus Cater & Kai Fagaschinski: Secrets

Read "Secrets" reviewed by John Eyles


Available on twelve-inch 45rpm vinyl or as a download, Secrets is the debut album from the duo of Seamus Cater and Kai Fagaschinski, released after six years of secluded, painstaking work. Alongside Michael Thieke, Fagaschinski is half of the renowned clarinet duo The International Nothing, and he is also a member of the innovative clarinets-plus-vocals quartet ...

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Gil Sansón / Lance Austin Olsen: Works on Paper

Read "Works on Paper" reviewed by John Eyles


Coinciding with the first anniversary of the formation of the Elsewhere label, its sixth release maintains the high standards set by the previous five. If anything, the two-CD set Works on Paper may be slightly more experimental, even risk-taking, than its predecessors--none of which could ever be described as safe. First, some history. Back ...

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Ockeghem Octets

Label: Another Timbre
Released: 2017
Track listing: 1 – 25 Ockeghem Octets

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Antoine Beuger: Ockeghem Octets

Read "Ockeghem Octets" reviewed by John Eyles


Between “dedekind duos" (2003) and “ihwe tunings for twenty" (2005), Wandelweiser co-founder Antoine Beuger wrote a series of pieces for groupings of all sizes from two members up to twenty, the scores being published by Wandelweiser. In each piece, the musicians softly play long, sustained notes designated in the score, with the ebbing and flowing tones ...

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Cristián Alvear, Seijiro Murayama: Karoujite

Read "Karoujite" reviewed by John Eyles


Before coming together in this duo, the Chilean acoustic guitarist Cristián Alvear and the Japanese percussionist Seijiro Murayama were both well-established Potlatch artists. Alvear has built a reputation as a performer of compositions by Wandelweiser members such as Jürg Frey and Antoine Beuger, as exemplified by his fine album of Michael Pisaro pieces Melody, Silence (Potlatch, ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Another Timbre’s Berlin Series goes from strength to strength

Read "Another Timbre’s Berlin Series goes from strength to strength" reviewed by John Eyles


Another Timbre's Berlin Series began slowly and gathered momentum gradually. The first issue in the series appeared in spring 2013 and set a pattern for the series by being split between two of the city's fine duos--Michael Thieke/Olivier Toulemonde and Lucio Capece/Jamie Drouin. Despite that volume garnering considerable praise, the second one did not appear until ...


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