Fredi Alberti, Heinz-Jürgen Kropp “Glockenschlag”

Fredi Alberti, Heinz-Jürgen Kropp “Glockenschlag”

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Fredi Alberti, Heinz-Jürgen Kropp
Artfusion (Germany) 1981
none (7")
sleeve : VG+(SRW, WC, some stains on rear.)
media : EX+/-(some slightly surface noises. still good condition.)

Fredi Alberti is a German cellist who was a member of Pan Ra's first album, "Klaenge Aus Dem Engelsraum," an ethnic music project expressing the music of the mysterious Atlantis continent. This is a one-sided 7inch single was released in 1981. The music was recorded in an old church at a historic site in Ingelheim am Rhein, Germany, and has a wonderful organic and acidic sound with minimal improvisation by the cello creating a deep reverberant effect with the unique echoes of the church. Heinz-Jürgen Kroppel is a visual artist who has created artwork for numerous works, including Peter Michael Hamel's "Nada," Michael Vetter's "Tambura Preludes" and "Overtones," and Pan-Ra's "Music from Atlantis. This is a very artistic piece with an etching by Kropp on the reverse side.

This is a deadstock unused item. Signed by the artist on the sleeve.

A: Glockenschlag

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