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Keep still, the city can see you - for violin, synth and electronics (2022)

Aa - duo for two violins (2018) by Karl Naegelen

Beatus vir qui in sapientia morabitur - for two violins (2018) by Adam McCartney

Hauch (2018) by Rebecca Saunders

L'Âme Ailée (1973) by Giacinto Scelsi

Oculus non vidit – for two violins (2018)

by Adam McCartney

Toccatina (1986) by Helmut Lachenmann



Available on Bandcamp 

Quatuor Umlaut and Joris Rühl


1. Calques 28:44
2. Clarinet and String Quartet 40:11


Karl Naegelen: Calques (2020)
Morton Feldman: Clarinet and string quartet (1983)
Joris Rühl: clarinet, bass clarinet
Amaryllis Billet: violin
Anna Jalving: violin
Fanny Paccoud: viola
Sarah Ledoux: cello

Recording: May 6-8 2021 at La Ferme du Biéreau, Louvain-la-Neuve (BE)
Engineering, mix and mastering: Ananda Cherer
Photography and design: Pauline Rühl Saur
Produced by Umlaut Records.
Co-produced by UCLouvain, with the support of AUT collective and of the Centre National de la Musique.

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Available on Bandcamp

Ghost Trance Septet



Kobe Van Cauwenberghe - electric guitar, nylon string guitar, electric bass, synths, voice
Frederik Sakham - double bass, electric bass, voice
Elisa Medinilla - piano
Niels Van Heertum - euphonium, trumpet
Steven Delannoye - tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
Anna Jalving - violin
Teun Verbruggen - drums, percussion

Recording: at Werkplaats Walter, Brussels
Mixing: Nicolas Rombouts (Studio Caporal)
Mastering: Uwe Teichert

Production: Kobe Van Cauwenberghe & Rogé for el NEGOCITO Records
Art work / Title images: Anthony Braxton, courtesy of Tri-Centric Foundation
Lay-out: Jan De Wulf
Film: Kobe Wens (Rainy Days -

Luxembourg, 2021)

In loving memory of Hugo De Craen (1951 – 2021), friend and friendly experiencer.

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