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Monopercussion 2 is the second expedition of Milosz Pekala - a virtuoso of modern, jazz, experimental and avant pop percussion - into the world of idiophones and membranophones treated soloistically, though supported by twisted electronics, also the ones that are very hardly heard in philharmonic halls, such as the Brazilian pandeiro or the Indian tabla. After all, new rhythms are not to be found in classical composition textbooks. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that the list of composers of Monopercussion 2 comprises masters of jazz, ethnic and rock percussion: Thymme Jones (American band Cheer-Accident) or Sergio Krakowski from Brazil, besides Pawel Mykietyn or Milosz Pekala himself.
Monopercussion 2 is the second expedition of Milosz Pekala - a virtuoso of modern, jazz, experimental and avant pop percussion - into the world of idiophones and membranophones treated soloistically, though supported by twisted electronics, also the ones that are very hardly heard in philharmonic halls, such as the Brazilian pandeiro or the Indian tabla. After all, new rhythms are not to be found in classical composition textbooks. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that the list of composers of Monopercussion 2 comprises masters of jazz, ethnic and rock percussion: Thymme Jones (American band Cheer-Accident) or Sergio Krakowski from Brazil, besides Pawel Mykietyn or Milosz Pekala himself.
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Monopercussion 2 is the second expedition of Milosz Pekala - a virtuoso of modern, jazz, experimental and avant pop percussion - into the world of idiophones and membranophones treated soloistically, though supported by twisted electronics, also the ones that are very hardly heard in philharmonic halls, such as the Brazilian pandeiro or the Indian tabla. After all, new rhythms are not to be found in classical composition textbooks. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that the list of composers of Monopercussion 2 comprises masters of jazz, ethnic and rock percussion: Thymme Jones (American band Cheer-Accident) or Sergio Krakowski from Brazil, besides Pawel Mykietyn or Milosz Pekala himself.
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