Burkhard Stangl

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Burkhard Stangl
John Butcher & Burkhard Stangl.jpg
John Butcher and Burkhard Stangl
Background information
Birth nameBurkhard Stangl
GenresFree improvisation, Electro-acoustic Improvisation
InstrumentsGuitar, Electronics
Years active1985-current
LabelsErstwhile Records
Associated actsPolwechsel

Burkhard Stangl (born 6 November 1960 in Eggenburg, Lower Austria) is a composer and musician, currently residing in Vienna, Austria. Playing primarily guitar and electronics, he is a prolific performer in the world of electro-acoustic improvisation, having participated in over 50 recordings.[1] One of his most noted recordings is schnee, a duet with Cristof Kurzmann, inspired by four films and a quote from writer Robert Walser.[2] It has been recorded live, as schnee_live,[3] and has spawned a similarly themed "meta-song suite," neuschnee.[4] His 1997 opera Der Venusmond was recorded partially on the observation deck of the Empire State Building.[5]

Partial discography[edit]

  • Recital (Durian, 1999)
  • Schnee - with Cristof Kurmann, (Erstwhile, 2000)
  • Venusmond - with Oswald Eggers, (Quell, 2000)
  • An Old Fashioned Duet - with Taku Sugimoto, (Slub, 2002)
  • Eh - with Dieb13, (Erstwhile, 2002)
  • Neuschnee - with Cristof Kurzmann (Erstpop, 2009)
  • Musik - Ein Porträt in Sehnsucht - with Kai Fagaschinski, (Erstwhile, 2009)
  • Scuba - with Angélica Castelló, Billy Roisz and Dieb13, (Mikroton Recordings, 2014)

With Steve Lacy

With Franz Koglmann

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