Shopping 2.1 2004  

The latest compositions by the German creator and composer Michael Maierohf are immersed in a sign language designed for sonic electric instruments and different surfaces. His music organized by him without tonal range allows him to work with instruments, objects, preparations, applications, oscillating systems and motors.

He conducts explorations and investigations of longitudinal wave phenomena in nylon strings, nuances in stringed instruments, friction in different structured surfaces, and develops the activation of instruments and objects by mechanical and sonic motors.

Recording date I  21.05.2021
Place I ETOPIA Centro de arte y Tecnología de Zaragoza
City I Zaragoza-Spain

Music I Shopping 2.1 I 2004
Autor I Michael Maierhof o
Catalogue I Percussion group I Experimental percussion

Production I Percusiones del CSMA
Realization I Percusiones del CSMA
Edition I Percusiones del CSMA
Recoding producer I Santiago Latorre -ETOPIA-
Direction I César Peris

Cátedra de Percusión I Percusiones del CSMA
Percussion Chair  I César Peris I Lucía Carro I Francisco Inglés

Performed by I  Percusiones del CSMA I Aragon Percussion group Conservatorium of Music I CSMA Percussion Team I Vicente Catalán Giménez, Lorién Cosculluela Orús, Ester Vallejo Iriarte, Guifré, Guifré Balach Ambrós, Daniel Caballero Cano, Manuel Cima Ramírez, Martí Cónsul Masana, Jorge Mora Molina, Daniel Sánchez de la Torre, Adrián Fuentes Gómez, Mario Vidal González, Ricardo Vidal Rosales, Pablo Mena Escudero (* percussion master CSMA), Fátima Alcazar Rodríguez (Saxo),  Felipe Martíns (Tuba)
Percussion director I César Peris Escrich 

Michael Maierhof

Maierhof resides in Hamburg. He studied mathematics and music in Kassel and philosophy and art history in Hamburg. He was visiting professor at Trinity College, Dublin, at the Stuttgart Academy of Music, at the California Institute of the Arts, in Los Angeles, at Mozarteum Salzburg and at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijng-China, at the University of Freiburg or recently at the University of Cordoba / Argentina.