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Edition Telemark (19 titles)
 

Berlin
Edition Telemark is a Belrin-based label dedicated to sound art and experimental music on vinyl.
 
2018
An improvised musical piece recorded with the friends of Herman de Vries at his 80th birthday's summer party on June 18, 2011, in Eschenau. With liner notes by Herman de Vries and photos of the event on the back sleeve.

2018
This vinyl LP associates a visual project and a musical piece by the multidisciplinary German artist. Müller's interest with Wagner's composition Rheingold forms the basis of the sound piece, which consists of a mix of layers of Rheingold recordings. Vinyl sleeves features facsimiles of four ash-painted postcards from the series Not a bird.

2018
In 1991, German art group The Oval Language built a multimedia artwork exploring the irrational impact of Leipzig's Monument to the Battle of the Nations to German generations throughout the years. This LP reproduces the sound layer of the event and includes a recording of a live performance at the HGB Leipzig. Inner sleeve contains photos of each stage of the project and texts.

2018
Tonaliens investigates the inner dimensions and outer limits of just intonation, exploring the harmonic space with voice, brass, invented instruments, sine waves and live electronics. This record brings together two live performances from 2015 in Amsterdam and Berlin. With liner notes by band tuba Robin Hayward, and detailed photos and screenshots.

2017
This LP gathers two sound works by Cologne-based radio producer, performer and composer of experimental music Peter Behrendsen. Nachtflug is a live-electronic piece based on the sounds of bats made audible, and Atem des Windes is a text-sound composition inspired by a Taoist text.

2017
This double LP includes four unreleased selections from Fox's eponymous sound performance based on the great pavement labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral—which the artist saw as a metaphor for his own life in between health and sickness.

2017
This recording is the sonic counterpart to Dutch artist Paul Panhuysen's last visual work Oog & Oor—a colorful design whose structure was built from sudoku puzzles. Panhuysen used the same principle to compose these sudoku-based pieces in collaboration with carillonneur Rosemarie Seuntiëns.

2017
This LP pairs two organ-based works by German composer Ernstalbrecht Stiebler. More closely associated with his position as a radio editor and producer, Stiebler composes a reductionist music built on minimalist structures and repetitions, and influenced by Minimalism in visual art.

2016
A collection of recordings from 1987 to 2013 by German experimental band Argo. The double vinyl LP features mostly live performances overviewing the work of the trio (violin, viola, clarinet) around the notion of transient music.

2016
An overview of the fruitful long-standing collaboration between Amelia Cuni, specialist of Indian dhrupad singing, and minimalist experimental musician Werner Durand.

2016
Investigating the relationship between movement and sound, the duo has been developping installations to translate sound frequencies into vibrations. This double vinyl LP includes four recordings produced as part of this research project.

2016
bilingual edition (English / German)
last available copies!
Recordings from Riehn's student years, including two versions of the composer's electronic translation of Lautreamont's masterpiece.

2014
This LP edition is an attempt at collecting various elements of Hans Rudolf Zeller's work. All recordings have been made within the last 10 years, yet many of the underlying concepts date back to the 1960s or 1970s.

2014
First vinyl LP edition by Dutch sound and visual artist Paul Panhuysen since 1986 (sound installation).

2014
€25.00 €22.00
Recording of Wolf Vostell's happening / Fluxus Concert “Sara-Jevo”, realised September 9th, 1994 at Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró in Mallorca, Spain.

2013
First-ever release for Darmstadt-based composer Hans Essel who has been active in improvised music and “Grundlagenmusik” (foundational music) for more than 20 years.

2016
out of print
Music performance by Joe Jones's Solar orchestra recorded at a Erik Andersch's Garden party in 1983. This edition includes the reissue of a rare photographic book documenting the event, as well as a poster and a postcard.

2016
out of print
A solar music by Joe Jones, performed and recorded early morning April 1, 1984, on the Baltic Sea beach of Sierksdorf in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

2016
out of print
This improvisational band founded in 1968 by Dutch musicians Paul Panhuysen, Remko Scha and Jan van Riet takes its source and inspiration from the works of George Maciunas. This LP edition features two pieces, both recorded on December 19, 1976, and never released before on any format. Here, the group comprised Leon van Noorden and Hans Schuurman, in addition to the founding members.