Named after German composer-musicologist Dieter Schnebel’s music theatre piece Maulwerker (for Organs of Speech and Reproduction Tools, 1968-1974), the German group Maulwerker has distinguished itself in the areas of interdisciplinary music theatre & the performance arts since its founding in 1977. The group is particularly adept at isolating, deconstructing and extending the various aspects of the human voice. In particular, it is their method of utilizing this in a musical & theatrical setting that leads to an interesting symbiosis of effective classicism (DROOM) and conceptual punk (DAAD).

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Second edition in the series Braublff (materie und laut) on music-matter-...
Continuing in the DE PLAYER’s tradition of research as part of its ODR program...

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