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SKMR-097 Nadishana-Kuckhermann Duo «Live at the Moscow Hang», 2012

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Vladiswar Nadishana and David Kuckhermann have been fellow musical travelers for many years. In their new Duo project they combine a creative approach to hang and handpan playing with musical influences from ancient Kuzhebar. The result is a journey to a place far away from musical chliches and conventions, strange and beautiful.

David was born in Muenster, Germany in 1979. He played different instruments in various formations before he discovered the world of hand- and fingerdrumming. Soon he became a regular teacher in the percussion school "rhythmuswelt" in Muenster. Later he decided to move to the netherlands to intensify his studies and to become a student in the worldmusic department of the rotterdam conservatory In 2001 David got into live looping, started to work with improdance classes in the rotterdam danceacademy and to compose music for dance performances. He became a member of the "Al Farabi" Ensemble, which was founded by ethnomusicologist Wouter Swets in 1969. In 2002 he founded the Duo "ZwischenRaum" with sax- and keys-player Holger Raddatz. Since 2003, David lives in Berlin and teaches and performs with the ensemble "EST" for old music. Some of his teachers where Ustad Fayaz khan and Ted de Jong (indian tabla), Glen Velez (frame drums), Siavach Yazdanifar (tonbak, daf), Ramesh Shotham (south indian percussion), Nils Fischer (latin percussion), Martin Drewer (brasilian percussion) and Wouter Swets (balkan rhythms).

David Kuckhermann: SpB handpan (F integral/Db Dom7), Hang PANArt (9), Halo Aegean (2), riq, Krix (foot jingle), caxixi, voice

Nadishana: duclar (2), turkish kaval (1), bansuri (4,5), jaw harps (3,5), SpB Kurd handpan (6), Halo Aegean (1), Spacedrum (9),
futujara (8), water udu (8), voice

Теги: Nadishana, Vladiswar Nadishana, Kuckhermann, David Kuckhermann, SpB handpan, Hang PANArt, Halo Aegean, jaw harps, SpB Kurd Handpan, Hang, Hang Drum, Hang Drum Festival, Sketis Music