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Friedrich Jürgenson - From The Studio For Audioscopic Research mp3 download Performer: Friedrich Jürgenson
Album: From The Studio For Audioscopic Research
Released: 2000
Style: Field Recording, Noise, Abstract, Experimental, Dialogue
Size MP3: 1979 mb.
Size FLAC: 1792 mb.
Rating: 4.1/5
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4. Voice Transmissions With The Deceased 1981. Curated by CM von Hausswolff and assisted by: MSCHarding, Staffan Lamm, Leif Elggren and Carsten Höller. All the recordings were taken from tapes assembled by Friedrich Jürgenson. Translation from the German by CM von Hausswolff and Carsten Höller.

Translation from the German by CM von Hausswolff and Carsten Höller.

Friedrich Jürgenson (1903-1987) was born in Odessa on February 8th, 1903. His mother was Swedish and his father was of Danish descent, practising as a physician in Odessa where the family had moved from Estonia. After living through World War One and the Russian Revolution as a child, Jürgenson trained as a painter at the Art Academy and as a singer and musician at the Odessa Conservatory, where he was a contemporary of the concerto pianist Svjatoslav Richter.

Curated by CM von Hausswolff and assisted by: MSCHarding, Staffan Lamm, Leif Elggren and Carsten Höller.

A disembodied hum, which acts as a medium for granular sound manipulationsArt occasionally has the strange characteristic of making you feel uncomfortable and elated at the same time. Such is the case with Operations, a small-scale reprinting on German label Die Stadt of the original album from the year 2000. It already A disembodied hum, which acts as a medium for granular sound manipulationsArt occasionally has the strange characteristic of making you feel uncomfortable and elated at the same time.

Eine Leihgabe des ZKM Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe. It will be on display from 1 to 30 October in the foyer of the German Federal Cultural Foundation in Halle (Saale).

In 1959 he discovered the Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP). Attempt No. 6 October 8, 9–10pm CET, audio-visual performance Church of St. Moritz, An der Moritzkirche 8, 06108 Halle (Saale).

Tracklist

1 Einspielung #1 - December 1959 1:49
2 Einspielung #2 - Recording Session 28 Dec 1959 0:33
3 Einspielung #3 - Recording Session 28 Dec 1959 0:13
4 Einspielung #4 - Recording Session 28 Dec 1959 0:32
5 Einspielung #5 - Recording Session 28 Dec 1959 0:30
6 Einspielung #6 - Recording Session 28 Dec 1959 0:28
7 Einspielung #7 - Recording Session 28 Dec 1959 0:22
8 Einspielung #8 - New Years Eve 1959 0:30
9 Einspielung #9 - 1960? 1:06
10 Einspielung #10 - 1960? 1:45
11 Einspielung #11 - June 1960 0:31
12 Einspielung #12 - 1961 Or 1962 0:39
13 A Voice, Presumably Annie Besant's... 0:11
14 Einspielung #14 - 1962 1:27
15 Einspielung #15 - 1963 1:26
16 Einspielung #16 - 1963 2:49
17 Einspielung #17 - 1963 0:35
18 Einspielung #18 - 1963 0:44
19 Einspielung #19 - 1963 2:23
20 Einspielung #1 0:25
21 Einspielung #2 0:59
22 Einspielung #3 - 1960 1:13
23 Einspielung #4 0:59
24 Einspielung #5 0:42
25 Einspielung #6 0:30
26 Einspielung #7 1:20
27 Einspielung #8 0:27
28 Einspielung #9 0:43
29 Einspielung #10 0:39
30 Einspielung #11 - 1974 0:35
31 Einspielung #12 0:43
32 Einspielung #14 0:56
33 Einspielung #17 0:40
34 Einspielung #20 0:24
35 Einspielung #21 - 1977 0:28
36 Einspielung #22 0:22
37 Einspielung #23 1:21
38 Einspielung #26 0:20
39 Einspielung #28 1:32
40 Einspielung #29 0:58
41 Einspielung #30 0:41
42 Einspielung #31 0:25
43 Einspielung #32 2:21
44 Einspielung #33 0:41
45 Einspielung #34 1:13
46 Einspielung #35 0:35
47 Einspielung #36 1:09
48 Einspielung #37 1:08
49 Einspielung #38 1:22
50 Einspielung #41 0:42
51 Einspielung #42 0:31
52 Einspielung #43 0:36
53 Einspielung #44 2:10
54 Einspielung #45 2:05
55 Einspielung #46 1:39
56 Einspielung #47 1:20
57 Einspielung #48 1:17

Credits

  • Compiled By – Carl Michael Von Hausswolff, MSCHarding*

Notes

CD in over-sized plastic wallet with six card inserts and booklet.

CD compiled for the exhibition "Friedrich Jürgenson from the Studio for Audioscopic Research" held from 13th May - 4th June 2000 at Färgfabriken, Stockholm, Sweden. Curated by CM von Hausswolff and assisted by: MSCHarding, Staffan Lamm, Leif Elggren and Carsten Höller

All the recordings were taken from tapes assembled by Friedrich Jürgenson. Translation from the German by CM von Hausswolff and Carsten Höller

Tracks 1-19 were edited by Jürgenson in the 80s and refers to his book "Sprechfunk mit Verstorbenen".

Tracks 20-57 were also edited by Jürgenson in the 80s. Most of these recordings were done with the microphone-radio-tape recorder technique between 1959 and 1985.
An experimental collage of 57 noisy repetitive samples, static and chaos, many recorded in the German language. Track 8 has a sample credited to Adolf Hitler. Many of these samples use recordings dating back to the late 1950’s. The tracks and samples sound manipulated and systematically cut up into shreds, creating a new kind of soundscape. Faint music is heard in the background of many of these pieces, however the music is from old time radio. To understand what this CD is about, you need to read the liner notes. According to Jurgenson, who was into Electronic Voice Phenomenon research, states that these recordings were made with a simple microphone and tape recorder. It is further explained that some of these voices had been recorded when no one else was around. Mysterious voices over the airwaves. The voices and sounds present are rather ghostly and unexplained. This is not music per se, but a rather haunting auditory masterpiece.