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“Lichtung” out now on Line/12k

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

I’m proud and happy to announce my new album “Lichtung” is available now on Line/12k.

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The sound work Lichtung is the original score for a dance solo by choreographers Antoine Effroy and Anne Rudelbach and performed by Catherine Jodoin. The performance premiered on March 26, 2008 at Kampnagel in Hamburg, Germany.

The concept of the dance performance was to begin from a unique situation and sustain this physical state as long as possible.
By adding unique and non-repetitive movements, the choreography slowly evolves, starting at the back of the stage and gradually moving towards the front, as if by zooming inward. The sound follows this evolution or curve, not necessarily in volume, but rather by changes in density and speed to accompany the performer’s phrase changes.

Lichtung was written and composed in Brussels, Belgium and Hamburg, Germany by Yves De Mey.
Photo: Yves De Mey, 2008.
Thank you: Anne and Antoine, Catherine, Peter Van Hoesen, Richard Chartier
Mastered by Bo Kondren at Calyx (Berlin)

For more info and shop, go here.

While there, check out the other releases on Line/12k.

And once again, a big thank you to Richard Chartier and Taylor Deupree for supporting this work.

Left Bank soundtrack

Friday, January 11th, 2008

I’ve just completed the soundtrack for Left Bank, the first feature length film by belgian director Pieter Van Hees, produced by Caviar. For the more orchestral parts, Simon Lenski did some great work. You can watch the trailer right here.