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Henning Christiansen
Rødhætte / Ruinmusik

Previously unissued audio goodies from the archives of Henning Christiansen. On one side of this natty 7” we have Rødhœtte from 1985, a strange take on the Red Riding Hood tale. And on the other side we have Ruinmusik, a recording made on a piano in a desolate grand old house on a Danish island, just before the whole thing was destroyed. Very atmospheric. 7” on Penultimate Press.

Henning Christiansen
The Executioner

Experimental film soundtracking glory from Henning Christiansen, with one of his sound accompaniments to his partner Ursula Reuter Christiansen’s films. This one, The Executioner, is the more traditional of the two, being a set of romantic vocal pieces, heavy on the romance. Previously unissued and very much essential listening for fans of either Christiansen. LP on Penultimate Press.

Henning Christiansen
Den Røde Skov

Experimental film soundtracking glory from the mid-1980’s, in the form of Henning Christiansen’s sound accompaniment to his partner Ursula Reuter Christiansen’s film Den Røde Skov. Vividly strange stuff this, with voices, birdsongs, percussions and all sorts of other unidentified stuff flying around the sound-field. Previously unreleased, but now out as an LP on Penultimate Press.

Henning Christiansen
​OP.192​ ​UMWÄLZUNG

Previously unissued audio goodies from the archives of Henning Christiansen. OP.192 Umwälzung, presented here in two different hour-long mixes, is a piece built by Henning on the foundations of his 1968 Eurasienstab organ recordings, with huge quantities of other audio sources from the following twenty years mixed and blended together to created intimidating wholes. Double CD on Penultimate Press.

Henning Christiansen
Opus 67 STRATEGYGETARTS A Symphony, Hommage á Richard Demarco

Penultimate Press release Opus 67 STRATEGYGETARTS A Symphony, Hommage á Richard Demarco on vinyl LP for the very first time. This recording from Henning Christiansen captures the Danish composer and Fluxus member’s unusual collaborative practice, mixing repeated piano notes with dense urban field recordings.

Henning Christiansen
Requiem of Art fluxorum organum II Opus 50

Henning Christiansen was part of the Fluxus movement during the 60s and 70s. This piece is made up of field recordings whilst on site of a collective film in Denmark, laid over his own organ music archive - Eurasienstab. Originally released in 1973 by Edition Schellmann ‎alongside Joseph Beuys’ Schottische Symphonie.
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