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As deafness increases
Rudolf Terland Bjørnerem – electro-acoustic guitar
Inga Margrete Aas – double bass
Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø – trombone
Robert Klammer – electronics, zither, objects
Gunnar Lettow – prep. ebass, electronics
As deafness increases: “A high-pitched, almost syllabic music approached and receded in the shifting of the wind, dimmed by leaves and distance.”
As deafness increases plays acoustic improvised music. A.D.I. dive into timbral microcosms, and explore each instruments possibilities of sound-productions, as well as the timbral possibilities in the combination between them.
As deafness increases plays music in the gray area between composition and improvisation. Clear structural frameworks realized through flexible instrumental roles and improvised solutions regarding content and timbre. Slow haunting soundscapes alternated by rapid movements and semi-melodic passages.
The members of the trio met in the Czech republic summer 2010 as a part of the “ÖNCZkekvist improvising orchestra”, and recorded a cd with the orchestra at ORF RadioKultuhaus in Vienna. Educated from the music academy’s in Oslo, Gothenburg and Berlin, Inga Henrik and Rudolf has studied contemporary classical- and improvised music.
Collaborations include a.o.: Xavier Charles, Ivar Grydeland, Raymond Strid, Nina de Heney, Lene Grenager, Daniel Lercher, Bernd Klug, Naoko Sakata and Michael Duch.