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Vacaciones Por El Perimetro
  • Artist: Heinz Malcher K.
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 821759109024
  • Item #: 137946X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 8/16/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Vacaciones Por El Perimetro on CD

To fully describe the potential and capability of Heinz Malcher K., one has to trace back his musical history. He studied composition & classical guitar. During that period he composed music for string quartet, chamber orquestra, duets and trios, and produced concerts and records where his works were played by top musicians. After finishing his studies in 1998 he composed music for television, guitar orquestra, classical guitar and started experimienting with midi and electronic devices in combination with acoustic and electro-acoustic guitars, in search of an independent solo career in, what we can call, 'proggresive-electro-acoustic -rock'. 'Vacaciones por el perímetro' (Holidays on the perimeter) is the result of this journey. His debut album as a soloist, which feautures his great friend: Freaky Freak on keyboards. The music goes from progresive rock to atmospheric soundscapes spiced with a jazzy feel. It's aggressive and proposing, smooth and trippy; you can sense his 'academic' background and his rock influences which go from King Crimson and Frank Zappa to Igor Stravinsky and Witold Lutoslawski. The album is, in his own words: 'Just like a pencil tracing the limits of contour, like the skin wrapping our body in a sensual embrace; just like our reason fools us, making us believe we can hold and conquer chaos... thus float the melodies, sometimes like caresses, sometimes like a sigh over the mob, or a desperate cry for attention.' 'The guitar pretends to hold in it's strings the synthetic universe of the sequences; giving birth, animating the pieces that compose the whole musical environment of the album... and in it's perimeter we'll take a ride.'