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Honsinger / Christmann Duo - – Earmeals

Recorded during "Hohe-Ufer-Konzerte" in Hannover and Wolfsburg 3rd and 7th of May 1978.
Earmeals marks the first recorded releae of Trombone player Tristan Honsinger and cellist Günter Christmann who played as a duo from 1978-1981.

Released in 1978 by Moers Music
Comes with a A4 sized info-sheet with German liner notes by Elke Schipper.
Cello– Tristan Honsinger
Composed By– Günter Christmann (tracks: A1, A3 to B4), Tristan Honsinger (tracks: A1 to B1, B3, B4)
Design– Jürgen Pankarz
Liner Notes– Elke Schipper
Photography By– Ralph Quinke
Producer– Burkhard Hennen
Recorded By– Christmann, Honsinger
Trombone, Double Bass–Günter Christmann

Tristan Honsinger

After studied classical music in Boston, Honsinger moved to Montreal in 1969, then to Europe in 74, started improvisation with Derek Bailey’s Company, Misha Mengelberg & Han Bennink’s ICP, Alexander von Schlippenbach’s Globe Unity almost in the same period, also became a member of Cecil Tailor’s european unit. In 80’s he developed his own style of performance including acting, dance, narratives, started a group “This That and the Other” with Toshinori Kondo, Sean Bergin, Tiziana Simona. He has been composing for the group, string ensembles, chorus, mixed with various style of improvisation. Just Off is his latest ensemble founded in 2014 in Japan.