Live in Concert Europe 2018 Ariel Kalma

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Album-Release:
2018

HRA-Release:
03.07.2018

Label: Music Mosaic

Genre: Electronic

Subgenre: Electronica

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  • 1Entrance (Live in Concert Europe 2018)09:20
  • 2Le Temps Des Moissons (Live in Concert Europe 2018)08:52
  • 3Arranged Chaos (Live in Concert Europe 2018)06:35
  • 4Oriental Sax Blues (Live in Concert Europe 2018)06:00
  • 5Halil De Garde (Live in Concert Europe 2018)06:57
  • 6La Foret Magique (Live in Concert Europe 2018)04:39
  • 7Naitre Aux Etoiles (Live in Concert Europe 2018)01:33
  • 8Forest Mystics (Live in Concert Europe 2018)05:03
  • 9Fast Train to Nowhere (Live in Concert Europe 2018)07:15
  • 10Preconcerto Slow (Live in Concert Europe 2018)16:59
  • 11Slow Traffic Cricket (Live in Concert Europe 2018)07:28
  • 12Elan Vital Bass Mix (Live in Concert Europe 2018)08:29
  • 13Drone in A (Live in Concert Europe 2018)03:54
  • 14Mullum Birds (Live in Concert Europe 2018)02:31
  • 15Drone Tournant Drole (Live in Concert Europe 2018)09:40
  • Total Runtime01:45:15

Info for Live in Concert Europe 2018



French-born composer Ariel Kalma moved through free jazz, progressive rock, drone, minimalism, electroacoustic composition, field recordings, new age and more. Over 4 decades, he published several vinyl LP’s, cassettes, and CD’s. His compositions have been used for modern dance-theatre, films, musical poetry, guided meditations, transformational groups. Ariel Kalma has also played on many albums in France – even throughout Europe, the US and recently Australia, where he lives.

“If you aren’t already familiar with the work of French sound artist Ariel Kalma, check out a few of these descriptors: ambient, new age, drone, Jon Hassell, 70’s, India, SHAVASANA. (Tiny Mix Tapes)

“Ariel Kalma is the kind of musician that collectors live their lives to find at the bottom of a dollar record bin, and the kind who fellow musicians hope to become. He is a composer who worked on the periphery of a fringe movement, whose early adherents have recently seen an explosion in popularity, despite spending the last few decades in relative obscurity. In his youth, Kalma traveled the world experimenting with a vast array of instruments and genres, from free jazz and minimalism to experimental electronic music, fusing them into a completely unique sound that was all his own from the beginning.” (Redefine Mag)

“Tracing the trajectory of French-born musician Ariel Kalma does not yield a straight path. Which makes sense for an artist prone to world travels and crafting a strain of music that acts as a peregrination through numerous musical forms of the late 20th century: free jazz, progressive rock, drone, tape-loop based minimalism, electroacoustic composition, field recordings, new age meditations, and more.” (Pitchfork)

Ariel Kalma, all instruments




Ariel Kalma
French-born composer Ariel Kalma moved through free jazz, progressive rock, drone, minimalism, electroacoustic composition, field recordings, new age and more. Over 4 decades, he published several vinyl LP’s, cassettes, and CD’s. His compositions have been used for modern dance-theatre, films, musical poetry, guided meditations, transformational groups. Ariel Kalma has also played on many albums in France – even throughout Europe, the US and recently Australia, where he lives.

“If you aren’t already familiar with the work of French sound artist Ariel Kalma, check out a few of these descriptors: ambient, new age, drone, Jon Hassell, 70’s, India, SHAVASANA. (Tiny Mix Tapes)

“Ariel Kalma is the kind of musician that collectors live their lives to find at the bottom of a dollar record bin, and the kind who fellow musicians hope to become. He is a composer who worked on the periphery of a fringe movement, whose early adherents have recently seen an explosion in popularity, despite spending the last few decades in relative obscurity. In his youth, Kalma traveled the world experimenting with a vast array of instruments and genres, from free jazz and minimalism to experimental electronic music, fusing them into a completely unique sound that was all his own from the beginning.” (Redefine Mag)

“Tracing the trajectory of French-born musician Ariel Kalma does not yield a straight path. Which makes sense for an artist prone to world travels and crafting a strain of music that acts as a peregrination through numerous musical forms of the late 20th century: free jazz, progressive rock, drone, tape-loop based minimalism, electroacoustic composition, field recordings, new age meditations, and more.” (Pitchfork)

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