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Konzerte 1972 / 1977 (Live)
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Apropos Cluster
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One Hour
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Cluster 71
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Curiosum
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Grosses Wasser
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Cluster & Eno
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Sowiesoso
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Hans Joachim Roedelius North American Tour 2017
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zweikommasieben
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Yes once upon a time
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More Ohr Less 2019 | 28.–29. Juli 2019 Baden bei Wien, 1.–4. August 2019 Lunz am See
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www.more-ohr-less.com
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Mueller_Roedelius: Imagori II - Music Streaming - Listen on Deezer
Cluster Oct 15, 2018
Monolith Cocktail
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Monolith Cocktail
Cluster Jul 25, 2018
More Ohr Less
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Mueller_Roedelius feat. KENICHI - Fractured Being (Official Video)
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Programm 15. Edition More Ohr Less Topic : Hingabe/Devotion 28.Juli bis 05.August 2018 First part : Juli 28th-29th A-2500 Baden, Arnulf Rainer Museum, Foyer, Josefsplatz 5, 2500 Baden Juli 28th 17:00 speeches to topic: Nadja Schmidt, peace-nobelprice 2017 ICAN Sylvain Mazars, philosopher/journalist, Dr. Martin Kainz biologist/limnologist, Dr. Claudia Schumann medicine / arts 18:15 Joachim Roedelius poetry, piano, voice, Lukas Lauermann Cello 19:00 Christopher James Chaplin, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Joachim Roedelius live-electronic Juli 29th 11:00 speeches & discussions with audience to topic 12:00 Harald Blüchel,piano Second part : August 3rd to 5th 3293 Lunz am See August 3rd. laketheatre/ Seebühne 19:00 Dr. Leo Hemetsberger, philosophical Lecture on Devotion & Hangdrum Music joined by Junior Rapper King Consti 19:30 welcome to MOL 2018 by notables of county, village & festival Otmar Leitner & Liunze Brass 20:00 wienerglühn - the siblings Gratzl: Heidelinde (accordion, singing) & Rudi (clarinet, singing) with new and old Viennese songs 20:30 Tim Story, Christopher Chaplin, Lukas Lauermann, Joachim Roedelius Thomas Rabitsch, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Arnold Kasar, Harald Blüchel 22: 00 Stefanie Sternig & Peter Plos - dance-performance 22:30 DJ Harry Jen, VJ Arjaan Auinger August 4th laketheatre / Seebühne 19:30 Diego Mune, acoustic guitar 20:30 Welcome back to Lunz: The Slow Club – Epilog (in memoriam Hansi Lang) Thomas Rabitsch, Wolfgang Schloegl, Andy Bartosh Guests: Birgit Denk, Tini Kainrath, Johannes Krisch, Roman Gregory with excerpts of Hansi Lang - biography written by Fabian Burstein 22:00 Rosa Roedelius & Clemens Hofer-performance 22:30 DJ Michael Rosen Digital Berlin, VJ Arjaan Auinger August 5th 11:00 church or lakestage - Roedelius & Kasar live from their album ‚Einfluss’ Please be aware that programchanges are possible !!! Team More Ohr Less : Organisation/Künstlerbetreuung : Christine Roedelius [email protected] Künstlerischer Leiter/Intendanz : Hans-Joachim Roedelius [email protected] Bühne und Gesamt-Technik : Anselm Mueller [email protected] Bühnenumfeld Lunz: Jakob Nachbargauer [email protected] sounddesign : Hans Holler und Lukas Haan [email protected] backline/videotech Rabitsch & VJ Arjaan Auinger Dokumentation : Benjamin Paya /Camillo Roedelius [email protected] [email protected] Organisation Assistenz : Michael J. Kager [email protected] Moderation : Klaus Totzler https://www.alpbach.org/en/person/klaus-totzler/ Künstlerbetreuung / Catering : Julia Mumme, Christine Fuchs Bühnenbild : Rosa Roedelius [email protected] Assistenz : Niclas Anatol Walkensteiner https://www.saatchiart.com/account/profile/1040468 Promotion : Walter Pinter [email protected] Website/Poster/Folder : Julian Roedelius und Juliane Sonntag [email protected] [email protected] Blog : Sylvain Mazars [email protected] US-representatives : Tim Story, Russell Curry, Chandra Shukla [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Label : Deutsche Grammophon / Berlin, Groenland - Records / Berlin, Bureau B / Hamburg Sky-Records / Hamburg, Curious Music / Iowa City, Erototox Decodings / Asheville Informationen zu den Künstlern / Mitwirkenden: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Michael_von_Hausswolff https://www.donau-uni.ac.at/en/universitaet/whois/09189/index.php https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Chaplin https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harald_Blchel https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lukas_Lauermann https://www.donau-uni.ac.at/en/universitaet/whois/09189/index.php http://smazars.blogspot.co.at/search/label/Hans%20Joachim%20Roedelius http://www.wienergluehn.at/www.wienergluehn.at/home.html http://www.liunzebrass.at/web/ http://www.musikvermittelt.at/Stefanie%20Sternig/ https://www.facebook.com/peter.plos http://rabitsch.cc http://www.i-wolf.org http://www.bdenk.at http://kasarmusic.de/ http://www.clemenshofer.com/site/index.php?content=home http://rosaroedelius.com/?lang=en http://www.madeiradig.com http://www.kiezsalon.de/contact/# https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johannes_Krisch https://www.bartosh.at http://www.tinikainrath.at http://www.romangregory.com http://www.fabianburstein.com Kontakt Tickets : [email protected] [email protected] 0043 676 380 7730 Tickets : Juli 28th to 29th : € 25,- August 3rd : € 15,- August 4th : € 20,- August 5th : freie Spende
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More Ohr Less
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Cluster "Zum Wohl"
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www.bio.roedelius.com
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n a blistering public letter, the remaining members of the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities (PCAH) resigned. I’ve re-typed the letter here for easier reading, but you can see the original letter below. It’s a work of resistance art: Dear Mr. President: Reproach and censure in the strongest possible terms are necessary following your support of the hate groups and terrorists who killed and injured fellow Americans in Charlottesville. The false equivalences you push cannot stand. The Administrations refusal to quickly and unequivocally condemn the cancer of hatred only further emboldens those who wish America ill. We cannot sit idly by, the way your West Wing advisors have, without speaking out against your words and actions. We are members of the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities (PCAH). The Committee was created in 1982 under President Ronald Reagan to advise the White House on cultural issues. We were hopeful that continuing to serve in the PCAH would allow us to focus on the important work the committee does with your federal partners and the private sector to address, initiate, and support key policies and programs in the arts and humanities for all Americans. Effective immediately, please accept our resignation from the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities. Elevating any group that threatens and discriminates on the basis of race, gender, ethnicity, disability, orientation, background, or identity is un-American. We have fought slavery, segregation, and internment. We must learn from our rich and painful history. The unified fabric of America is made by patriotic individuals from backgrounds as vast as the nation is strong. In our service to the American people, we have experienced this first-hand as we traveled and build the Turnaround Arts education program, now in many urban and rural schools across the country from Florida to Wisconsin. Speaking truth to power is never easy, Mr. President. But it is our role as commissioners on the PCAH to do so. Art is about inclusion. The Humanities include a vibrant free press. You have attacked both. You released a budget which eliminates arts and culture agencies. You have threatened nuclear war while gutting diplomacy funding. The administration pulled out of the Paris agreement, filed an amicus brief undermining the Civil Rights Action, and attacked our brave trans service members. You have subverted equal protections, and are committed to banning Muslims and refugee women & children from our great country. This does not unify the nation we love. We know the importance of open and free dialogue through our work in the cultural diplomacy realm, most recently with the first-ever US Government arts and cultural delegation to Cuba, a country without the same First Amendment protections we enjoy here. Your words and actions push us all further away from the freedoms we are guaranteed. Ignoring your hateful rhetoric would have made us complicit in your words and actions. We took a patriotic oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Supremacy, discrimination, and vitriol are not American values. Your values are not American values. We must be better than this. We are better than this. If this is not clear to you, then we call on you to resign your office, too. Thank you,
Cluster Jul 30, 2017
www.bio.roedelius.com
Cluster Jun 17, 2017
Hear Nick Cave, Warren Ellis' Ambient Song for Brad Pitt's 'War Machine'
Cluster May 31, 2017
Roedelius - Works (1968-2005) [Disc 2] - Hans Joachim Roedelius
Cluster May 30, 2017
Salzburger Nachrichten / ÖSTERREICH | KULTUR "More Ohr Less" in Baden als "Geschenk des Augenblicks" Unter dem Motto "Geschenk des Augenblicks - Gift of the Moment - Cadeau du Moment" lädt das Festival "More Ohr Less" in Baden von 7. bis 11. Juni zu vielfältigen Veranstaltungen sowie einem Symposium. "More Ohr Less", vom Komponisten Hans-Joachim Roedelius (82) geleitet, geht damit ins 14. Jahr. Das fünftägige Festival bespielt diesmal im Rahmen der Badener Rosentage bei freiem Eintritt die Parkanlagen und deren dort vorhandene Bühnen, den Kunstverein, das Arnulf Rainer Museum und das Haus der Kunst. Am 7. Juni wird das Festival mit einem Vortrag und einer Performance unter Mitwirkung von Roedelius und dem deutschen Medienkünstler Mischa Kuball im Arnulf Rainer Museum eröffnet. Anschließend ist Harald Bluechel alias "Cosmic Baby" am Klavier zu erleben, im Doblhoffpark folgen Klezmermusik mit Georg Winkler und Hubert Kellerer sowie "Schiffe aus Schnee" mit Alfred Goubran und Lukas Lauermann. Zahlreiche weitere, teils genreübergreifende Events beleben in den folgenden Tagen die Badener Locations, unter anderem irische Volksmusik mit Noel Hill, Slam-Dichtung mit Musik, avantgardistische elektroakustische Musik mit dem MOL Brainstorming Orchestra, Mittelalterliches mit dem Ensemble "Hotel Palindrone" und neue Popmusik aus Österreich. Hinzu kommen spontane Musikhappenings beim Beethoventempel im Kurpark, Klang- und Objektinstallationen im öffentlichen Raum sowie eine Fotoausstellung von Barbara Filips und Sebastian Boecking im Haus der Kunst. Als "Appendix" zum Badener "More Ohr Less" wird in einer Aussendung für 19. August eine Extra-Veranstaltung auf der Seebühne in Lunz am See angekündigt, wo das Festival zwölf Jahre lang beheimatet war. Auf dem Programm steht die österreichische Erstvorstellung des am 23. Juni erscheinenden Albums "Einfluss" von Arnold Kasar & Joachim Roedelius. Als Gäste werden Thomas Rabitsch, Wolfgang Schloegl und die serbische Schauspielerin und Sängerin "Madita", der Bariton Dietrich Henschel sowie "Wiener Glüh"n" mit Heidelinde und Rudi Gratzl erwartet. "More Ohr Less" versteht sich laut Homepage als "Forum für die Vermittlung von Ideen und Visionen im Rahmen wissenschaftlicher Beiträge und verschiedenster Darbietungen aus allen Bereichen der Kunst, vor allem aber denen der Musik der Wort- und darstellenden Künste". Die Mitwirkenden kamen bisher aus Kanada, den USA, Japan, Indien, Albanien, Brasilien Kroatien, Serbien, Italien, Frankreich, dem Vereinigten Königreich, der Schweiz, Deutschland, Polen, Irland, Slowenien,Tibet, dem Senegal und Österreich. Baden: Festival "More Ohr Less", 7. bis 11. Juni, www.more-ohr-less.com)