UTOPIAS — Radical Interpretations of Iconic Works for Percussion
Kjell Tore Innervik performs Morton Feldman's The King of Denmark and Iannis Xenakis's Psappha, exploring the intimate performing space with large format recording techniques, engaging the listener in immersive audio. The Xenakis was recorded twice: once from the perspective of an intimate listener, and a second time literally "over-head", giving a first-persona perspective. The difference not only in microphone technique but also in the performer's state of mind and how he projects his playing has a profound impact on the listening experience. Pure Audio Blu-ray
5.1 SURROUND 192kHz/24bit
5.1.4 Auro-3D 96kHz
5.1.4 Dolby Atmos 48kHz
Produced in DXD (Digital eXtreme Definition 352kHz/24bit) by Lindberg Lyd, Norway
A Hybrid SACD is included in the box. The compact disc looks like a normal CD and plays on all standard players and computers. Radical Interpretations of Iconic Musical Works for Percussion (2013–2017) was an interdisciplinary artistic research project hosted at the Norwegian Academy of Music (2013–2017) in collaboration with the Oslo Academy of the Arts, the Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Westerdals Oslo ACT and 2L through the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme.