In his latest composition, DOLOMITE DUB, the Vienna-based South Tyrolean sound artist Ulrich Troyer presents his perceptions of a several-day high alpine hike across the Dolomites transformed into a soundscape.
The more than 40 minute track DOLOMITE DUB leads the listeners through this landscape of heights transgressing different moods - in which autobiographical memories flash up as well.
Subsequently to the experimental dub trilogy Songs for William and the EP Deadlock Versions, a cooperation with Vin Gordon and Didi Kern, DOLOMITE DUB features besides Didi Kern on drums & percussion, Susanna Gartmayer on contra-alto clarinet and Juergen Berlakovich on bass, both long-time ensemble members of the joint project „The Vegetable Orchestra“.
"The landscape of the Dolomites is reflected in DOLOMITE DUB as a high alpine hike turned into sound. A composition as a hike through a landscape – a beautiful picture." Rainer Elstner, Ö1
released February 8, 2019
Title: DOLOMITE DUB
Composition for contra-alto clarinet, electric bass, bass synthesizer, percussion & sampler
Total duration: 42 minutes 33 seconds