Style: Abstract, Experimental
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Johannes S. Sistermanns – Klangort. Engineer – Heinz Peter Reykers, Johannes S. Sistermanns. Mastered By – Joachim Zoepf. Producer – Johannes S.
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Songs from Bandt & Sistermanns: Tracings by Johannes S. Sistermanns, Ros Bandt. Free download and listen Bandt & Sistermanns: Tracings. Johannes S. Tracks count: 8. Views: 0. Ros Bandt, Johannes S. Sistermanns - BYOS Bring Your Own Sounds: Prelude 03:11. Sistermanns - BYOS Bring Your Own Sounds: Vivace 02:35. Sistermanns - BYOS Bring Your Own Sounds: Adagio 03:54.
SOUND SISTERMANNS GOES ORBIT What should art say to infinity? A 21st century collection of artworks created to communicate to outer space. FOREVER NOW is a GOLDEN RECORD for the 21st Century, compiled and designed by a cross-disciplinary team of artists and curators. Contributed and collected from 118 different countries, Forever Now is this century’s response to the Voyager Records sent into space in 1977. It is a sequel and an update to that visionary gesture. Conceived and directed by Willoh . eiland. Kuratoren: Willoh S. Weiland, Brian Ritchie, Thea Baumann & Jeff Khan Forever Now was has been supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, by the Victorian Government through Arts Victoria and with the support of the City of Melbourne through its Arts and Culture Triennial Program.
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Johannes Gehrts (26 February 1855 St. Pauli - 1921 Düsseldorf), brother of Carl Gehrts (1853-1898), was a leading German illustrator whose work appeared in popular magazines such as Die Gartenlaube, in the design of children's books and in works of his friend Felix Dahn. He depicted scenes from Germanic and Norse mythology, legends and sagas, pirate stories, travel adventures and fairy-tales
- Choir – Folklore Chor '86 Erftstadt
- Engineer – Heinz Peter Reykers, Johannes S. Sistermanns
- Mastered By – Joachim Zoepf
- Producer – Johannes S. Sistermanns
NotesLimited edition of 100 signed and numbered copies.
Packaged in a silkscreened metal box with vellum insert.