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Koten honkyoku piece played and recorded above Vltava river near Ponesice (Southern Czech) by Vlastislav Matoušek, 06 08 2010 at ancient (Edo period) 1,9 Shaku Ji-nashi instrument.

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Jóhann Jóhannssons „Fordlandia“ spiegelt die bizarre Stimmung in der verlassenen Reißbrettstadt im Amazonasgebiet Brasiliens. Aufgeführt im Februar 2017 beim Festival „Into Iceland“ in der Elbphilharmonie Hamburg. Jóhann Jóhannsson (Klavier, Electronic), Neil Leiter (Viola), Margaret Hermant (Violine, Harfe), Thomas Engelen (Violine), Clarice Jensen (Violoncello), Adam Wiltzie (Gitarre, Electronic), Þórarinn Guðnason (Gitarre, Electronic)

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Unique church concert and tribute to an acclaimed Icelandic (film)composer. A complete live performance of ‘Virðulegu Forsetar’, Jóhann Jóhannsson’s second album, which was released in 2004 as the successor to his debut ‘Englabörn’. ‘Virðulegu Forsetar’ means as much as ‘eminent presidents’ and also served at the time as soundtrack for an expo about … euh … presidents. ‘Virðulegu Forsetar’ is a stately, minimalistic composition in four parts with a duration of about 60 minutes. The instrumentation consists of 11 brass players, percussion, organ and piano.

Kommentar: Jóhann Jóhannsson composed many very exceptional, impressive and stunningly beautiful solo albums such as Englabörn (2002), A User’s Manual (2006) Fordlandia (2008) and Orphée (2016). In my opinion, Virðulegu Forsetar (2004) was his master piece!

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A beautiful drone set from Aidan Baker live in Weltecho Cafe, Chemnitz 9th May 2018. Using a guitar, bow, effects, loops and other audio devices.

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KEXP presents Jóhann Jóhannsson with the American Contemporary Music Ensemble performing live in the KEXP studio — https://kexp.org/

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Margaretha Consort – Marit Broekroelofs – Live recording September 2014 – Sopranos: Klaartje van Veldhoven (solo), Hanneke Baan, Els Beelen Altos: Steve Dugardin (solo), David Cohen, Agnes Roos Tenors: Fernando Guimarães (solo), Carlos Monteiro Basses: Lisandro Abadie (solo), Clemens Broekroelofs

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„In Concert“ was produced by the @BBC in the early 1970s and featured performances form legendary acts of the time. In November 1971, James was 23 years old and appeared for the second time on ‚In Concert‘.

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