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Album: Spor­cizia Accademica

Artist: FreuPinta

Release Date: 1 Jan­u­ary 2011

FreuPinta’s new album Spor­cizia Acca­d­e­m­ica is a col­lec­tion of short exper­i­men­tal pieces deal­ing with real-time plun­der­phon­ics, musica derivata, robo-improv, vir­tual tran­scrip­tion and alter-electro quotes.

Track List­ing:

1. Sim­u­la­tion No.1 – Over­ture from Solomon ora­to­rio by Han­del.
2. Sim­u­la­tion No.2 – Pyra­mid Song by Radio­head.
3. Sim­u­la­tion No.3 – Prae­ludium in G Minor by Bux­te­hude.
4. Sim­u­la­tion No.4 – Pre­lude to the third act of Par­si­fal by Wag­ner.
5. Occu­pa­tion No.1 – Costa Rican national anthem.
6. Occu­pa­tion No.2 – Lec­ture by Slavoj Žižek.
7. Occu­pa­tion No.3 – Credo from Missa Papae Mar­celli by Gio­vanni Palest­rina.
8. Trans­gres­sion No.1 – First move­ment of Sonata in C KV 545 by Mozart.
9. Trans­gres­sion No.2 – Suite, Op.14, Sz62 by Bartók.
10. Canzione Piramide – with Nick Peters (silent trum­pet).
11. Pianpeta – Nick Peters (silent trum­pet).
12. Cho­rus – Cho­rus from Israel in Egypt ora­to­rio by Han­del.
13. Walk­ing Head – Music derived from Stelarc’s Walk­ing Head Robot.
14. Dou­ble Cho­rus – Dou­ble Cho­rus from Israel in Egypt ora­to­rio by Han­del.
15. Dan­zonne – Music derived from a text by Matthew Lee Knowles.
16. Robo­jazz – Adam de la Cour (elec­tric gui­tar).
17. Spor­cizia Vocale – Adam de la Cour (processed voice/electric gui­tar).
18. Artaud Dei – Record­ings of Antonin Artaud’s voice.

Per­formed by Fre­uPinta and var­i­ous oth­ers.
Mixed and Pro­duced by Fre­uPinta.
Cover Design by Eszter Takacs.

Spe­cial thanks to the algo­rithms and plun­dered artists.

Lis­ten:

If you like this album and want to sup­port squib-box for future record­ings and gigs, please con­sider donat­ing what you wish by down­load­ing the album through band­camp.
Sug­gested dona­tion: 4 dol­lars / 3 pounds