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acoustic tenorsaxophone, violin
In 1990, after graduating, Michael Fischer immidiately started to develop an individual research method
on chords and rhythm connected to extended jazz harmony. Mid
of the 90ies he broke all down, starting with a new concept: combining
one note to the other in intervals creating structures up to six notes.
Practicing these scales/chords using the symmetrical subdivision of the
saxophone connecting this with the application of all possible duration
combinations from 1/16 triads to half notes - the result was an enlightening
research for some additional years. In 1997 Michael turned to improvised
music only, his focus went purposely to the idea that each action of sound as well
as moments of silence require a particular environment and moment in the
process to become clear and perceptible in its details...