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Breathing Colour
  • Artist: Marika Falk
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479895739
  • Item #: SRD989573
  • Genre: International
  • Release Date: 9/23/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Breathing Colour on CD

Marika Falk - Hand drum, Frame drum, Domback, Daire, Daf, percussion, voice Percussionist and singer Marika Falk, originally from Hungary, has researched the traditions and moods of other cultures for many years, integrating them in her playing and at the same time following her own impulse and feeling in music. She is the woman who gives her own personal colouring to the South American, African, and Oriental arts of drumming. Her nimble fingers snap and stroke, scratch and fly in rapid rolls over an assortment of thick-skinned and thin-skinned resonators, producing a vibrant, and thrilling flow of sonic narrative charged with emotion. Biography: Concerts and concert tours in Europe, the Americas, Russia, Israel. Live Music for theater - Kammerspiele München, Residenztheater (Dieter Dorn), Theater der Jugend, Staatstheater Nürnberg Oper (Wolkenstein-Wielfried Hiller,Percy Adlon). Modern Ballett live stage music (Philip Taylor,Johannes Faber) Music for films. CD recordings of mediaeval music (with Sarband und Vox), klezmer (Nunu), jazz, multimedia opera (A Sumerian Tale), contemporary music and experimental sonic art with Indian singing, Tibetan mantras. Radio broadcasts and live recordings for Bavarian Radio, Munich (Live dabei i'm Studio 2, Mundus Cantat), Sender Freies Berlin, Hessischer Rundfunk, WDR, Cologne. Radio feature "Women in breeches parts", various interviews.