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Pictures at an Exhibition by 4m33s Pictures at an Exhibition
6 tracks

Running time: 0:52:20
Released: 06/2008

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4m33s re-interprets this famous classical piece by Mussorgsky and renders it in an electronic soundscape. The result is sometimes controversial, often startling, always interesting.

Interpreted and performed by 4m33s using only synths, sequencers, and computer methods, in October 2007 at the Dog Kennel, Lutton, UK

1. Pictures at an Exhibition Part 1
- Promenade I
- The Gnome parts 1, 2, 3
- Promenade II
- The Old Castle
2. Pictures at an Exhibition Part 2
- Promenade III
- Les Tuileries
- Bydlo (Old Polish Cart)
- Promenade IV
- Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks
- Samuel Goldenberg and Shmuyle parts 1, 2, 3
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The Piece With No Name by 4m33s The Piece With No Name
8 tracks

Running time: 0:51:37
Released: 06/2008

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Is it Classical ? Is it Jazz ?
Whatever it is 'The Piece with No Name' is a different, challenging piece of solo electronics.

One person, one synth, two hands.
Whatever happens, this is music for the future, music that was inspired by classics and improvisation.

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1. Theme 4:53
2. Variation 14:27
3. Drum Solo I 2:33
4. Exploration 10:33
5. Drum Solo II 6:08
6. Finale 10:33
7. Epilogue 6:24
8. Single edit 4:10

I mean, to have the guts to put not one but two drum solo's on an album. Well, what can you say. Inspired ?

4m33s plays just one synth here, and just one voice of that...
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Taking the name from Cages's piece, 4m33s tries to continue the tradition of experimentalism, minimalism, and above all innovation, but using modern methods - computers, synths, samples, etc and played mainly live too - 4m33s is primarily a live act, and most of the stuff on the albums is actually recorded in one take, that is, each track is the best version of several takes, but there is little studio manipulation, to maintain the 'live feel'

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