VOICES FOUND, by Chris Tonelli (just published)
** contains excerpts from a longer interview with David Moss, and descriptions of many of Moss’ vocal projects, including the Institute for Living Voice, Direct Sound, and New Babel Choir

(cover photo: David Moss, drums & voice, 1991)


02 Dez. 2019
“Archaischer Totenkult und enthemmte Totenklage zerrütten den Vokalpart der Ritualszene „Aïs“ (1980) auf Gesangsverse aus Homers „Odyssee“ und „Ilias“ nebst Sappho-Fragment, die der aus New York stammende Berliner Stimmkünstler David Moss markerschütternd durch alle Register hetzte.”

The Guardian
September 12, 2019
The best classical music works of the 21st century.

13. Olga NeuwirthLost Highway (2003)
David Lynch’s slightly baffling film – in which a jazz musician murders his wife, goes into a psychogenic fugue and becomes another person entirely – was perfectly suited for adaptation by this eccentric Austrian composer, whose genre-straddling work explores notions of identity. An immersive production, staged by the English National Opera at the Young Vic, used film, a chirruping electro-acoustic score and the terrifying, androgynous voice of David Moss to further confuse things. JL
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