Stefan Thut's 'un/even and one' Out Now on Intonema


Russia-based label Intonema has just released a new album by Stefan Thut. It's entitled un/even and one and features a recording of a performance taken last June in Saint Petersburg. You can stream an excerpt from the piece above. The press release is as follows:

Intonema continues to produce works by Wandelweiser composers performed by Russian musicians. Stefan Thut, a Swiss composer and cello player, came to Saint Petersburg in June 2015 to present his new score "un/even and one" which Yuri Akbalkan, Anna Antipova, Ilia Belorukov, Andrey Popovskiy and Denis Sorokin performed with him. In this score Thut joined the sounds from transcribed language played through the surface of a moving cardboard box with acoustic and electronic instruments. Silence and sound mirror the interleaving of score, space, performer and instrumentalists.

You can find more information about un/even and one and purchase it on the Intonema website here. You can also purchase a digital copy of the album from the label's Bandcamp site here.