Minimal Distance

Attila Gyarfas

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The idea behind Minimal Distance is to bring the listener closer to the source that I believe music comes from.

During the recording I relied mostly on intuition and avoided following prepared compositional ideas, but I didn’t try to hide the fact that these sounds were made by a human being based on personal memories and taste. It was important for me to be present in all the stages of shaping the sound and appearance of this album in order to produce something pure and honest.

The instruments heard on this record are part of a setup on which I have performed almost exclusively for the past few years: a drum set equipped with animal skins, which are very much dependent on weather conditions, and an electroacoustic tool that I named gong synth – an analog synthesizer that uses a wind gong as its main sound source

Attila Gyárfás is a Hungarian drummer, composer, and improvisor, who has appeared on over 20 records and has performed at a great number of major venues and festivals all over Europe, such as the Bimhuis in Amsterdam, the Palace of Arts in Budapest, and the Porgy & Bess in Vienna. As member of various groups, he has won several awards, including the European Young Artists’ Jazz Award Burghausen 2017 and the Keep an Eye – The Records in 2015. He graduated at the Royal Conservatory of the Hague with Cum Laude honours, and he earned his master’s degree at the Conservatory of Amsterdam.


Attila Gyárfás – Drums & Gong Synthesizer

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Distance 1
22:39
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Distance 2
22:20

Total time: 00:44:59

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Attila Gyárfás

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Godot Institute of Contemporary Arts, Budapest, Hungary

Release DateMarch 15, 2024

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