“Freund Hein –last fragments-” is the new album by German pianist and composer Jochen Tiberius Koch. The work is available on all digital streaming platforms and CC.
Description of the work
Death is the permanent, irreversible cessation of all biological functions that sustain a living organism. The eternal dualism…dawn and dusk; both belongs to each other. Decease will be our last and most reliable companion. It´s anyones peak, so it´s important to understand; to deal with it. “Freund Hein“ is a german allegorical paraphrase for the death. Which is supposed to represent how self-evident and inevitablethis progress is and there is no reason to fear the end, since it´s peaceful, silent and harmonious will be. Jochen Tiberius Koch draws tranquil, gentle melancholy acoustic fragments, sketches last reflections of being.
In Leipzig, Germany based composer and musician. Devotee of sound and acoustic textures. Tries to tell narratives in a musically way. Loves all frequencies. His music consists with bewilderment and harmony, and brings pleasurable melancholy.
1. Agape Yukon Massacre (with Sven Glatzmaier)
2. Gleichnis des Hein
3. Cambrian Shankha Monolith
5. Liturgie in Brokat
6. Beringstrasse (with Sven Glatzmaier)
7. Sophisticated excommunication
8. / 9. Obol / Moritat des Charon
10. Last Chord
11. Requiem / Serotonin
12. Limbic discharge
All music by: Jochen Tiberius Koch
Words and voice by: Sven Glatzmaier
Recorded by: Yussuf Fritzl and Jochen T Koch at Frogmore Stewdio Copenhagen in autumn and winter 2021
Consulting by: Ian Wrong at Waxmood.de
Recording engineer: David Masseltoff
Mastered by: Ralf Zuckowski
Cover picture by: Sven Glatzmaier (svenglatzmaier.com)
CD Artwork by: BeatArt
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