“On August 2, 1943, the Committee launched their revolt. The prisoners seized weapons from the SS storeroom, attacked the German and Ukrainian guards, and set some of the buildings ablaze. Unconcerned with their own safety, the resistance leaders fought bravely to aid the escape of the inmates. Under gunfire from the watchtowers, many prisoners broke through the camp’s barbed-wire fences.
Of an estimated 300 inmates who escaped from Treblinka that day, about 100 survived the massive SS manhunt. Most of the Committee’s members, including Galewski, Bloch, and Kurland, perished during the uprising. Jankiel Wiernik escaped his captors and found shelter with a righteous Pole. The following year, with the assistance of Jewish underground leaders in Warsaw, he secretly published his memoirs of Treblinka and of the bold camp uprising, which were then smuggled to England and the United States. Wiernik died in Israel in 1972.”
Greg Haines – Snow Airport
Lambert – The edge off
Kinbrae – Isolated Sketch
Alice Bacher – Kreisreise in progress xx
Andrea Belfi – Oggetti Creano Forme
CEEYS – Concrete Field
Hauschka – Late Summer
Anne Müller – Drifting Circles
Sergio de Rojas – Paris
CEEYS – Without Shelter
Ben Lukas Boysen – Nocturne 2
Library Tapes – Silhouettes
Nils Frahm – Über
John Kameel Farah – Calling (of the Sea)
CEEYS – Rueber
Marco Caricola – Bright Star
Sarah Neufeld – Where The Light Comes In
“The art of the reworks in one playlist – enjoy plenty of fantastic pieces by artists like Luca Longobardi, Ceeys, Lambert or Noemi Bolojan, who recomposed or reworked tracks by Nils Frahm, Ludovico Einaudi or Moderat.”
Jonquil – Parasol
2. Arutani – Mar De La Eternidad
3. Mateo Kingman – Sendero Del Monte
4. Dead Heat – The Dam
5. James Blake – The Wilhelm Scream
6. Ed Carlsen – Loom
7. Ceeys – Lumen
8. Kiasmos – Looped
9. Finn. – Electrify
10. Lali Puna – Together In Electric Dreams
11. Christian Loeffler – Athete
12. Arca – Fugaces
The Q3Ambientfest is the festival for experimental modern classical music, launched in 2017 and curated by Potsdam-based instrumental duo CEEYS and Dutch event label FLUISTER.
The festival focus’ on the range of today’s contemporary composers in the neo-classical scene, and is dedicated to all open-minded music lovers.
Here, the cello improvises without the piano. Instead, we listen to a revived Vermona ET 6-1 organ. We produced some distinctive trance repetitions with its pulsating percussion function. The Moog Taurus MK I bass pedal built in the USA in 1976 gives the foundation to the electric organ built in the GDR back in 1978. Friendship!
previously released single
Artwork by Daniel Selke
Music by Ceeys
Edited by Alice Bacher
We are so happy to had a beautiful first edition of the Q3Ambientfest.
Next year – 2018 – will come the 2nd edition also in beginning of the hybrid month April.
To have a look of the artists this year go to: