Soundtracks without movies
I usually use fieldrecordings as a starting point for my compositions. With all kinds of other sound sources like manipulated samples, recorded sounds with a contact microphone and sound experiments on synths i want to musically (re)create the feeling of a place at a certain time.
sometimes its more factual, sometimes its more storytelling.
Live-perfomances are for the most part improvisations in which i use sounds and structures from past and upcomming releases.
Besides projects shown below i make music for theater and performance art.
Field Reports (CD)
Fragments Of Echoes (cassette + digital download)
2 compositions with found sounds (3"cd-r limited mini-digipak edition/3"cd-r non-limited jewelcase edition) - Reviews
Amsterdam CS (CD) - Reviews (English and Dutch)
Interventions in a Landscape (CD) - Reviews (English and Dutch)
Invocation (The [Law-Rah] Collective & Cinema Perdu) (CD)
A Perfect Negative (Cassette)
Blue Ruins Under Yellow Skies (Woodbender, Cinema Perdu, The [Law-Rah] Collective) (Cassette)
8 Darks In Red (And Gray) (File)
Cinema Perdu (File)
As Martijn Pieck
Field Reports (CD)
L´Anormalité // La Déviance (CD/art)
poem for 3 violonists at different corners of the room
(modern) classical music composition which could be played by 3 violin players. On bandcamp you'll hear the composition made with software instruments.
I already composed a lot of music for theater/performances.
In 2019 i composed music for a community art project, the first time for choir.
I composed 5 pieces an for occasional choir especially formed for this (community) art project.
(these aren't the best recordings as they where made during the play)
As member of the [law-rah] collective
resurrection - almost live at maschinenfest (Cassette)
Kaviaar & Korenwolven (Cassette)
Field Of View (CD)
As member of woodbender:
The Fountain A Conduit (Cassette + download)
We are now focussing on improvisation.
Result of our improvisation sessions can be heard on Bandcamp Woodbender
facebook Cinema Perdu
website the [law-rah] collective