A live concert album “At 9 p.m. After Lockdown” was recorded in Moscow on August 1, 2020 – the first day after the lifting of the lockdown. It features improvisations by Sergei Letov (electric saxophone), Vladimir Goloukhov (electric vibraphone) and Olesya Rostovskaya (theremin).
“We were playing in this strange year when everything had become absolutely unclear, irrational and totally different. During the concert there were bonfires around the stage. People who on the one hand, longed to be part of a crowd, and on the other, wandered around trying to observe social distancing. One could sense a confrontation of opposite moods in the air. The musicians got hold of an audience, the audience got hold of live music, and nature itself helped: was it day, night, or dusk? Were we to listen and dance, ‘drink a cup of tea or hang ourselves’?” – Vladimir Goloukhov
Sergey Letov – Electric Saxophone
Vladimir Goloukhov – Electric Vibraphone
Olesya Rostovskaya – Theremin
This release comes with a fascinating Q&A article on the topic “Improvisation”, published exclusively on our NativeDSD Blog!
The three musicians answer interesting questions about improvising.
READ IT HERE
Total time: 00:39:16
Hapi, Merging Technologies
|Original Recording Format|
Mutabor Club, Moscow, Russia
|Release Date||April 1, 2021|
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