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The Love Story (Keir Neuringer)

was developed as a noise/plunderphonics vs. circular breathing monodrama for saxophone, cassette tapes & no-input mixer at STEIM in Amsterdam in 2007. It represents a discourse on (extra-)musical energy, moving from the wild noise derived from electric feedback loops to a single wavering tone obtained from the fragile power of the human body, drawing a parallel and contrasting the seemingly infinite resource obtained in electrical power and the ostensibly limited capacity of the lungs. It is called The Love Story because sometimes relationships work out and sometimes they don’t. The Love Story was first performed at the Audio Art Festival in Cracow in 2007.

Keir Neuringer