Arturas Bumšteinas - Eterniday News (Vol. 1) mp3 flac
My Alphabet" by Arturas Bumšteinas composed from author's selected own voice recordings done between years 2005 and 2013.
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ETERNIDAY NEWS by Arturas Bumšteinas, released 01 May 2011 1. Arturas Bumšteinas - Waking Song (instrumental) 2. Arturas Bumsteinas - Acceptnik 3. Arturas Bumšteinas - Stolby 4. Arturas Bumšteinas - Purim (feat. Selection of various slower-pace compositions with instruments, electronics; involving various original approaches towards field-recording techniques. released May 1, 2011.
Eterniday News (Vol. 1) is a compilation of four compositions centered on many aspects of soundscape composition, sampling and recombination. Composer has prepared quite a long oeuvre that portraits different moments during his touring around Europe. In general the whole release is a tour around different aspects of Bumšteinas interest in contemporary composition.
Arturas Bumšteinas is Lithuanian composer and sound artist. Active in the field of art music since the end of the 90s, in the year 2012 he started performing under his Refusenik moniker. Bumšteinas was born in 1982 in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Arturas Bumšteinas is Lithuanian composer, sound artist, radio experimentalist, improviser, performer of electronic music. Typically replies within a few hours. Contact Arturas Bumšteinas on Messenger. Eterniday News N. (2011) Audiotalaia MP3. My Own Private Bayreuth (2011) Hotel Mariakapel CD.
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|1||Waking Song (Instrumental Version)
Clarinet – Šarūnas JankauskasSaxophone – Liudas MockūnasViolin – Tadas Žukauskas
Crotales – Travis GarrisonOrgan – Arturas Bumšteinas*Voice [Sample] – Sigutė Ilgauskaitė
Keyboards [Yamaha Pss-390] – Arturas Bumšteinas*
Featuring – PureOrgan, Harpsichord – Arturas Bumšteinas*
- Artwork – Jan Marcin Szancer