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Requiem for a Baby Grand (trailer)

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Published on Jun 28, 2012

Trailer for "Requiem for a Baby Grand", a film by Pavel Borodin documenting the performance by Hans W. Koch, Thomas Lehn, Ben Patterson and Jozef Cseres at the Deutzer Brücke in Cologne on April 19, 2008.

Released on DVD by PanRec / HEyeRMEarS DISCORBIE

Hans W. Koch: http://hans-w-koch.net
Thomas Lehn: http://thomaslehn.com
Ben Patterson: http://patsfallgraphics.com/pages/pat...
Jozef Cseres: http://monoskop.org/Jozef_Cseres
Pavel Borodin: http://pavelborodin.com

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Hans W. Koch, Thomas Lehn, Ben Patterson and Jozef Cseres perform
Requiem for a Baby Grand (2008)
Final Piano Music for 8 Hands and Tools

A film by Pavel Borodin

Despite all iconoclastic attitudes, the action of dissecting a piano, when executed right, is an orgiastic celebration of sound by itself, and the swan-song of a piano dying is rare enough to witness.

THE PIANO
An August Förster grand piano built on November 6, 1901 in Löbau (Saxony), serial number 11825. It has been delivered to Dortmund, where it has survived two world wars, but after all the aggregated damage it was designated for demolition in 1977. Thomas Lehn has rescued it for practising, and in 1982 it ended up in the apartment in cologne, where Hans W. Koch has been living since 2000. After 8 years, he had to make room and took the opportunity to give the old grand a proper farewell during the cologne art fair.

THE PERFORMERS
- Hans W. Koch, composer/performer and producer of the requiem. Owner of the piano.
- Thomas Lehn, synthesizer virtuoso and pianist. Previous owner of the piano.
- Ben Patterson, artist and composer with ample experience in dealing with pianos.
- Jozef Cseres, aesthetician and performer. Never played neither owned a piano.

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Camera operators: Pavel Borodin, Sergey Esau, Viktor Ferin, Rustam Sadykov
Sound recording: Thomas Lehn
Directed, produced and edited by Pavel Borodin

Special thanks to: Ferenc Kahlesz, Jacob Mostovoy, Hermann-Christoph Müller, Indycine Kameraverleih

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