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8 thoughts on “ Little Disco - Chris Abrahams & Clare Cooper - Germ Studies (CD, Album)

  1. Jun 10,  · 4 years later after a long process of recording and editing, splitrec is proud to be able to release such a lovingly designed and musically strong statement as Germ Studies. From the 1st track on disk 1, Acid Shower – , to the last track on disk 2, Angry Climax – , small scale is rigourously adhered to, but the end result is a major /5(4).
  2. Explore releases from Chris Abrahams at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Chris Abrahams at the Discogs Marketplace. Chris Abrahams: Glow ‎ (CD, Album) Vegetable Records (2) Australia: Sell This Version: Melanie Oxley & Chris Abrahams: Chris Abrahams & Clare Cooper - Germ Studies.
  3. Germ Studies is the inspired Australian pairing of renowned Sydney pianist Chris Abrahams, and Berlin-based harpist Clare Cooper – but if you're expecting a harmonic polyphony of harp and piano you'll be shocked by the alien landscapes that span the tracks of this double disk.
  4. Such a reliable work ethic is part of what makes listening to Chris Abrahams the synthesizer player so interesting. His double disc set Germ Studies (Splitrec) with Clare Cooper wasn't just odd for being a Dx7 / guzheng duet; It managed to be overwhelming in its smallness.
  5. Eric Johnson (2) - Collage (CD, Album, Mixed, SHM) Label: Seven Seas Cat#: KICP Chris Abrahams & Clare Cooper - Germ Studies (2xCD, Album) Label: Splitrec Cat#: The Australian duo of pianist Chris Abrahams (Necks) & Berlin harpist Clare Cooper in a series of short improvisations performed on Yamaha DX7 and the 14th century.
  6. clare cooper & chris abrahams germ studies. July 17 erdem helvacioglu wounded breath. rice corpse mrs rice. April 28 the New Weird Australia project also releases a series of limited run CD editions have been making a name for themselves outside their hometown through a rigorous touring schedule from which this album is a.
  7. Chris Reid from RealTime Arts Magazine wrote of his Germ Studies collaboration with Clare Cooper, an organiser of the NOWnow Festival who played the Chinese zither on the album, that "it represents an extensive investigation into the endless range of sounds that can be created by combining the venerable DX7 synthesiser and the even more.

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