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Henrik Schwarz - Instruments Though best known as an ted house producer, Henrik Schwarz is also a veteran of challenging, cross-genre experimentation. He has, for instance, worked with the Berlin State Ballet and helms an electronic jazz trio. At times, that eclectic impulse bleeds brilliantly into his club sets. Late last year, at the Innervisions party at Warehouse Project, he took a daring mid-set detour into a poignant version of his sparse, piano-led house track "Jon
Henrik Schwarz’s INSTRUMENTS album will be released in April 2015. Schwarz works on live projects with Norwegian pianist Bugge Wesseltoft, bassist Dan Berglund (Esbjorn Svensson Trio), Frank Wiedemann, pianist Nik Bärtsch (ECM), Hauschka (Deutsche Grammophon), Etienne Jaumet, Kahil El’Zabar, Ben Westbeech, Robert Owens, Johannes Brecht, and many more. Henrik Schwarz has performed as a musician under his own name on the stages of, among others: Philharmonie Luxembourg, the Barbican Hall (London), the Royal Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Tonhalle Zürich, the Cologne Philharmonic Hall, the Royal Festival Hall (London), the Auditorium Parco Della Musica (Rome), the Kampnagelfabrik (Hamburg), the Hellerau Theatre (Dresden)
Album · 2015 · 7 Songs. Henrik Schwarz, Tokyo Secret Orchestra, Emi Akiyama, Johannes Brecht & Christoph Brecht.
Artist: Henrik Schwarz Album: Instruments Label: Sony Release date: 13/04/15. Producers who are able to cross the thin divide between dance and classical productions are ones for which I've always had a soft spot. Being able to tear up a dancefloor in the one instance, and to produce soaring, string-driven melodies the next, requires outstanding talent
Henrik Schwarz – Instruments. Label: Sony Classical – 88875052952. Released: 08 Jun 2015. P) & (C) 2015 Henrik Schwarz, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. Manufactured & distributed by Music on Vinyl . for Sony Music Entertainment. All trademarks and logos are protected.
Innervisions lynchpin Henrik Schwarz’s latest album is a collection of classical compositions, Instruments. The album is the latest project to emerge from Schwarz’ ongoing dialogue with the 27-piece Tokyo Secret Orchestra. FACT TV met up with Schwarz in both London and Berlin to talk through the processes behind Instruments, his approach to classical music, and how the record ended up sounding the way it does. Tags: Henrik Schwarz.
Henrik Schwarz & Alma Quartet present CCMYK, a new album on Henrik’s own label Between Buttons. Produced in collaboration with the Alma String Quartet, it’s a free conversation between classical and electronic music, carefully transformed into a set of astonishing tracks, ready for club or concert hall. Though based on free improvisations between Laptop and String Instruments, CCMYK is not a record of bumbling jams. Rather, it’s a record of startling density, control and emotional complexity.
More albums from Henrik Schwarz: Scripted Orkestra by Henrik Schwarz. Love Is My Profession, Where The Hot Wind Blows by Henrik Schwarz. Instruments by Henrik Schwarz. Duo by Henrik Schwarz. View all albums . Instruments.
This question was the starting point for Instruments, the new album from Henrik Schwarz, the internationally celebrated producer, composer and performer of electronic dance music (EDM). For more than a decade, Henrik Schwarz, 42, has been one of the best-respected house producers and a sought-after remixer working with artists like Steve Wonder, Mary J. Blige, Ane Brun and Coldplay. In recent years, Schwarz has worked on a number of cross-genre projects: writing the music for a silent film, working with the Berlin State Ballet and painter Norbert Bisky, recording with leading jazzmen Bugge Wesseltoft and Dan Berglund, and performing concerts with pianist Nik Bartsch.
|A1||Walk Music Four||6:31|
|A4||Leave My Head Alone Brain Seven||5:57|
|B3||I Exist Because Of You Two||5:06|
- Arranged By, Double Bass – Johannes Brecht
- Artwork – Peter Pardeike
- Artwork By – Johannes Schwark
- Bass Clarinet – Christoph Brecht (tracks: B4)
- Cello – Masateru Nishikata, Satoko Haranaga, Sonoko Muraoka
- Conductor – Emi Akiyama
- Double Bass – Shinichi Hashimoto
- Featuring – Tokio Secret Orchestra
- Mastered By – Matt Colton
- Mixed By – Bo Kondren
- Percussion – Fumika Imai, Hitomi Kyoya
- Recorded By – Raku Nakahara
- Viola – Chie Hasegawa, Izumi Kawamura, Kazuhide Iino, Michiko Fukuda
- Violin  – Akiyo Fujiwara, Ami Oike, Ayumi Akahoshi, Keiko Iwata, Mayu Nihei
- Violin  – Asuka Aichi, Kie U, Riko Miwa, Taishi Sakurai
- Woodwind – Aoi Yamamoto, Kaoru Miki, Mai Owada, Nasumi Sugihara, Rie Kinushi, Sayaka Iso, Shiho Hayakawa, Takya Shinohara
- Written-By, Producer, Mixed By, Artwork By – Henrik Schwarz
NotesRecorded at Tsukiji Honganji Temple, Tokio November 2013.
Recording Sessions by Kontacto East LTD.
Recording Sessions produced with kind support by Red Bull Music Academy.
"Instruments" is represented by OHSOTRUE artists.
Tokio Secret Orchestra represented by Mori Music Production.
Thanks: Stefanie Blank, Sven Fobbe, Klaus Dahmen, Christoph Schröder, Heiko Hoffmann, Wulf Gäbele, Thosten Schmidt, Olaf Boswijk, Nando Russo, David Canisius & DKO, Coldcut, Bugge Wesseltoft, Christian Wolff, Per Hauber, Jakob Händel and many more...
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