Dániel Váczi Multet: Reticular (HU)
- Dániel Váczi - sopranino and alto saxophone, compositions
- János Ávéd - soprano and tenor saxophone
- Márton Fenyvesi - electric guitar, effects
- Balázs Horváth - double bass
- Zsolt Sárvári Kovács - drums
“There is an angel, Sonifer, who stitches beadwork from the twelve colours of the rainbow.
From the beads gathered during the day, he makes the day’s series at twilight, then repeating it he stitches his lace all night.
When it is done, he touches a few links of the chain with his finger: at dawn these are gleaming, one after the other, as he gazes at the finished garland”
The twelve colors - the sounds of the chromatic scale.
The sequence of colours - the reticulum.
The gaze on the chain - time.
The gleaming beads - the sounds to be heard.
This is reticular music.
Dániel Váczi is one of the most versatile musicians in the Hungarian musical scene. He's been developing a family of musical instruments and logical games, and as a musician he is roaming between boundaries of jazz, classical and contemporary music, composing among others music for the organ for Müpa. He also developed a new musical system he calls ‘reticular’. He has recently been a fellow at the iASK Collegium Sonorum Music Center in Kőszeg, later becoming a creative colleague there.
The Dániel Váczi Multet is an expanded version of his trio founded in 2001. In their program, the reticular concept, operating under strict rules, is combined with free improvisation. The group’s debut album was released at the end of 2018 on Future Music Records.
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