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Live Marcus Fischer Recording (MP3)

From a concert earlier this month

Marcus Fischer has posted a brief, elegant excerpt of a recent live performance, a solo work whose threadbare quality hides an intense array of details. As he explains in a brief accompanying note, even the underlying whir was the result of trial and error: “you can hear the pulsating buzz of snare drums throughout this recording. i was able to hit the right resonant notes to vibrate the drum heads along with the music. the it was something i had thought about playing around with and the result was really satisfying. i would love to play in that room again and try to make use of more of the drums natural resonant qualities.”

Track originally posted at soundcloud.com/mapmap. More on the piece at unrecnow.com.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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