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Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
Raz Mesinai's "String Quartet For Four Turntables" is a composition for string quartet commissioned by the Lincoln Center Festival (comprised of 2 violins, 1 viola, and 1 cello), with each instrument recorded separately in the studio and then pressed onto 12" vinyl. The 12"s are played by 2 dj's who each have 2 copies of the 12"s and 2 turntables. It was first performed by Dj Olive and Dj Toshio Kajiwara at the Lincoln Center Festival in New York City in 2000 but was never recorded or released until now. Mesinai insisted on letting the vinyl sit, uncovered, for 15 years, so that the crackles and pops would be more present.
Includes unlimited streaming of Freakatone Elements Vol.4 - String Quartet For Four Turntables
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
String 4 for 4 Turntables" is a composition for two or more turntables, originally commissioned by the Lincoln Center Festival in 2000, and performed by DJ Olive and Toshio Kajiwara. The score comes as 2 vinyl records (Record 1_side A, Cello, Side B, Violin/ Record 2 Side A Viola, Side B Violin) and are purposefully left without covers to allow scratches for the desired effect.
Scores are very limited.