High Zero Festival of Experimental Improvised Music

High Zero Festival of Experimental Improvised Music Jim Baker, John Berndt, Jac Berrocal ,Nicole Bindler, Jaap Blonk, Tom Boram, Dan Breen, Jeff Carey, Audrey Chen, Dan Conrad, John Dierker, Michael Formanek, Eric Franklin, Chiara Giovando, Dave Gross, Daniel Higgs, Sofia Jernberg, Michael Johnsen, Bonnie Jones, Lukas Ligeti, Thomas Lehn, Kyp Malone, Ben Manley, Kaffe Matthews, Joe McPhee, Sean Meehan, Phil Minton, Scott Moore, Stewart Mostofsky, Lexie Mountain, Ian Nagoski, Le Quan Ninh, Catherine Pancake, Greg Pierce, Eve Risser, Matana Roberts, Marina Rosenfeld, Christine Sehnaoui, Roger Turner, Fuyuki Yamakawa, C. Spencer Yeh



Baltimoreís critically acclaimed High Zero is perhaps the most unusual festival of new music in the country, mixing no-holds barred experimentation on a large scale with all new, spontaneous collaborations between some of the most interesting musicians on the planet. Since 1999, the festival has inspired radical methods and brought utopian intentions to hundreds of varied performances, on stage and on the street. This 10th anniversary DVD and CD gives a small taste of what audiences have experienced in the last ten years at the festival that Signal to Noise Magazine called ďA fertile laboratory of musical possibility without equal.Ē

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ZAM Labor Vol#1-#3 2008

ZAM Labor Vol#1-#3 2008 Gene Coleman (bassclarinet) Josef Suchy (electric guitar), Achim Tang (doublebass), Jaki Liebezeit (drums), Lê Quan Ninh (percussion), Stefan Bohne (voice)

Sum 1 (6'40"). Sum 2 (13'46")

Recorded live at the Stadtgarten in Cologne on June 24th, 2008

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Improvised Music from Japan 2004

Kazue Sawai (koto), Kazuo Imai (guitar), Tetsu Saitoh (doublebass), Michel Doneda (soprano & sopranino saxophones), Lê Quan Ninh (percussion)

Une Chance pour l'Ombre (11:18)

Recorded live by Alain Michon (MDLC) in Lorgues, France, May 28, 2003

Improvised Music from Japan IMJ-304/5

Intransitive Twenty-Three

Compilation on 2 CD's with Animist Orchestra, Magali Babin, Lê Quan Ninh, Nerve Net Noise, Jonathan Coleclough/Colin Potter, Lethe, Das Synthetische Mischgewebe, Haco/View Masters, Olivia Block, Alexandre St.Onge, Francisco Lopez, Giuseppe Ielasi, Frans de Waard, nmperign, Eric La Casa, Gal, Ronnie Sundin, Hidekai Shimada (Agencement), Atau Tanaka, Artificial Memory Trace, Thomas Ankersmit

La Ville et des Sinusoïdes à Petit Budget (6:21)



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Edith Canat de Chizy (Suite de l'eau), Jean-Christophe Feldhandler (D'une Lumière)*, Michael Jarrell (Assonance V), Bruno Giner (Adgiettto), Yoshihisa Taïra (Fu Mon), Georges Boeuf (Risées), Philippe Fénelon (Dix-huit Madrigaux)

Compilation edited in 2001 by CDMC

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Maury Coles : My travels with improvised music

Maury Coles : My travels with improvised music Misha Lobko (bass clarinett basse, flute), Maury Coles (alto saxohpne), Rosine Feferman (doublebass), Lê Quan Ninh (percussion)

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Compilation made in 1999 by Maury Coles

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Humannoise Congress #7 / #8 / #9

Jaap Blonk - vocal (JP), Ulrich Böttcher - percussion, electronics (UB), Axel Dörner - trumpet (AD), Phil Durrant - violin, electronics (PD), Johannes Frisch - doublebass (JF), Jürgen Krusche - guitar (JK), Thomas Lehn - analog synthesizer (TL), Lê Quan Ninh - percussion (LQN), Dirk Marwedel - saxophone (DM), Philippe Micol - soprano saxophone, bass clarinett (PM), Annegret Müller - vocals (AM), Günter Müller - percussion, electronics (GM), Uwe Oberg - piano (UO), Lesley Olson - flutes (LO), Ulrich Phillipp - doublebass, electronics (UP), Natalia Pschenitschnikowa - flute, vocals (NP), Waldo Riedl - accordion (WR), Claudia Risch - saxophone, flute (CR), Christoph Schiller - piano (CS), Wolfgang Schliemann - percussion (WS), Ulrich Sobotta - euphonium (US), Martin Theurer - piano (MT), Birgit Ulher - trumpet ( BU), Hainer Wörmann - guitar (HW), Joachim Zoepf - saxophone, bass clarinette bass (JZ)

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Improvisations recorded during the festival Humannoise #7 (1995) , #8 (1996) and #9 (1997) in Wiesbaden (Germnay).

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Musique's Action II

Musique's Action II

Jim O'Rourke : Antithese (8:15) Daniel Koskowitz : Aerok (10:12). Enregistré au Studio CCAM en 1995 Jérôme Noetinger : Le fixe du risque (10:17). Enregistré au Studio CCAM en 1995. Lê Quan Ninh (percussion et ordinateur) : Not want to say anything about FZ (10:30).Enregistré au Studio CCAM en 1995 Frédéric Le Junter : Jerrican (7:50). Enregistré au Studio CCAM en 1995 Dominique Petitgand : 8 petites compositions familiales (11:28) Massimo Simonini : Scivolevole (7:06). Enregistré à Bologne en 1993. Montage au Studio de Roberto Monari



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Pièces pour standards et répondeurs téléphoniques

Association Notoire, K. Biscuit, C. Boltanski, S. Bossu, J.-B. Bruant & M. Spangero, G. Buquet, E. Campion, G. Chenevier, N. Collins, P. de Marinis, E. Ferrand, H. Goebbels, R. Hérié, N. Hirakawa, M. Lauras, B. Lavier, D. Lazro, Lê Quan N. P. Lovens, E. Maillet, A. Marcoeur, M. Negro, J. Noetinger, H.-U. Obrist, B. Perrot, J. Rebotier, M. Roche, G. Sapin, K. Toeplitz, L. Weiner

Raga éclair (0'30")



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