Musicas De Una Etnia Imaginaria
Five pieces for instruments and real time electronics. A new album conceived in collaboration with Juliana Moreno (flute), Martín Devoto (cello), Enrique Entenza (bandoneon) and Germán Meira (electric guitar), combining instruments and electronics. The ensemble was conceived as an imaginary ethnic group which admires and is inspired in equal parts by the music of Kaja Saariaho and Jimmy Hendrix, The Beatles and Bernard Parmegiani. The process of recording and mixing the pieces that are part of this album was conceived as a manner of sonic writing, not abstract symbols but sound itself. Recorded at Laboratorio de Investigación y Producción Musical. LIPM. Recoleta Cultural Center Buenos Aires.
Jorge Sad Levi
Jorge Sad. Buenos Aires, 1959. Composer/Improviser/Researcher. His music has been played in festivals and concerts in South and North America, Asia and Europe. A significant part of his work was produced working with improvisers and live electronics “Músicas de una etnia imaginaria” (2000), “Retransmisión” (2006) and “Amusia” (2017).