Atle Pakusch Gundersen (Norway) is a composer and a performer on el.guitar. He has a candidate degree of music from the Norwegian Academy of Music 1982 with el.guitar as main instrument. Has played in many bands (The Cut, Way Out, The Jazz Police and Mens Vi Venter etc.). Today he has more than 60 works of different genres registrated at TONO (Norwegian copyright society). Is currently working with the el.guitar in the context of EA-music and improvisation (modern jazz). In 1998 he was denied membership in the norwegian sosiety of composers due to the controversy of his music.
Atle has a special interest in constructing/devising original instruments as part of his compositional activities. His record, The Day Yet To Come, features the instruments Tingalom and Kangafon. He has also conducted experiments with among other things extremely long steel wires. Read more about his pursuits at the Experimental Musical Instruments Website. Atle is represented on Bajkal with The day yet to come. This is a recording filled with sonic canvasses which are most suitable as a soundtrack for life. The remarkable brush strokes withstands close scrutiny and repeated listening.
Atle also has to fine releases on Pakusch Productions:
These exquisite releases can also be purchased through Bajkal Records.
See also Bizarre Intelligence, Dinky Toy Mystery, Productions and Sound Files. E-mail to Atle and contributions to the guest book viawebmaster Lo.
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