11 sound games for accordeon, live electronics, video projection and dexterity games
with Kirsten Reese (composition/programming),
Eva Zöllner (accordion),
Sukandar Kartadinata (sensors/programming)
Kugelspiele – are 11 different small scale dexterity games from the 1970ies or 80ies found at a flea market in Paris. Tiny balls have to be manoeuvered through labyrinthlike patterns. Live-electronic sounds are triggered and influenced by the movement of the balls. The accordeon player reads the movement of the balls, which are projectoed onto a video creen, like an instrumental score.
Ipke Starke: FRAGMENT (Das Kapital ist soviel Wert, wie es Elend produzieren kann.) performance-concert
for accordion, live electronics, marching band and video
first performance; Schaubühne Lindenfels, Leipzig, October 2014
with Spielmannszug Mutzschen
composition: Ipke Starke
accordion: Eva Zöllner
video: Ute Richter
Ipke Starke (composition) studied music in Leipzig and Paris and then worked as an assistant for computer-supported composition at IRCAM in Paris .Since 2000 he is professor of music theory and composition at the Academy of Music in Leipzig . His work includes pieces for instrumental ensembles , electroacoustic media and genre – crossing projects.
Ute Richter (video) studied Fine Arts in Berlin, Dresden and Paris. She develops location- and context-related installations. Her works include drawing, video, installation and intervention in public space. Since 2006 she teaches at the TU Dresden in the Department of Architecture.
PROGRAM duration 60ʻ
IV Lied der Arbeit, Morsecode Turneraufmarsch, Wien 1923/29 Video
V Choral der Arbeitsmoral
VI Lied des Rattenfängers I Arbeit ist Hoffnung/Spielmannszüge Video Organized Sound Einspielung Edgard Varèse, Interpolation1 aus Déserts, 1954 Sylvianer Marsch/Fanfarenmarsch Olympia SPIELMANNSZUG MUTZSCHEN Deutschmeister Regimentsmarsch Heimgekehrt Videotext
VII Freizeit. Nichts zu tun. Nichts. Karrieregespräche Einspielung Landschaft Videotext
VIII Einzug der Zombies Akkordeon
Boosted, blurred – electrified?
music by B. Gysin, P. Köszeghy, G. Kampe, L. Tomio etc
Windspiel – contemporary music duo
Verena Wüsthoff, recorders & Eva Zöllner, accordion
Recorders and accordion combined with electronic sounds and videos are the thread of this programme that is situated at the intersection of different artistical genres.
ORANGE NOISE is by no means „noise“ in the literal sense, rather a colourful, sometimes flashy, but first and foremost exciting and creative examination of todays sounding art.
Beat Gysin: Anor (2006) for recorders, accordion and tape
Lorenzo Tomio: Huiro (2007) for recorders, accordion and video
Gordon Kampe: Das Barcklay Syndrom (2006) for accordion, CD and accessories
Pèter Köszeghy: Borg Symbiose (2007) for recorders, accordion and electronics
Fabrizio de Rossi Re: Salse per gru… (1993) for recorder and video
Juan Jose Barcenas: micropersuasion (2008) for recorders, accordion and tape
Eva Zöllner presents brand new accordion music and makes use of various electronic, visual and more rustic resources. The references are varied: It s about water and air, insects and zombies, living and working environments and always about exploring and extending the instrument´s possibilities in current music creation.
Neele Hülcker (1987) Eva und Neele (2013) for accordion & video
Maximilian Marcoll (1981): Compound No.1 CAR SEX VOICE HONKER (2009)
Nicolai Worsaae (1980) Upon your body I m crawling (2012) for accordion & harmonica
Martin Schüttler (1974) Schöner Leben 8 (2016) for accordion & live-electronics
Ipke Starke (1965) FRAGMENT (2014) for accordion, live-electronics & video