Anarchism in Spanish

from by Dan Lehner's Memory Field

/
  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

      $1 USD  or more

     

about

This piece is written in tribute to a variety of anarchist, radical and otherwise liberation-based groups in Latin America, the Caribbean, Mexico and Spain, united in this context by style. “Anarchism in Spanish” makes harmonic and melodic reference to both flamenco and mariachi music, as well as rhythmic reference to Afro-Cuban sounds. It is meant to evoke images of the Zapatistas in their balaclavas and the Spanish anarchists fighting fascists in the hills. The work aims to be aggressive as well as poetic, reflecting both struggle and joy. It is titled as such because these otherwise disparate groups can be united under a single language, wherein the styles could learn from each other, in the same way their slogans and literature could be shared and learned amongst each group.

credits

from Spoken Migration, released March 22, 2013

tags

license

all rights reserved

about

Dan Lehner's Memory Field New York, New York

Memory Field is the first working quartet project of New York trombonist/composer Dan Lehner. Consisting of two horns, bass and drums, Memory Field draws from a diverse spectrum of genre influence to bind to a singular, unique palate for improvised music.

The band's debut EP, "Spoken Migration", features:

Nathan Hook - Tenor Sax
Sammy Weissberg - Bass
Dan Kurfirst - Drums, percussion
... more

contact / help

Contact Dan Lehner's Memory Field

Streaming and
Download help