THE NINTH WAVE. Ode to Nature
Written and Directed by Stefan Winter
Music Fumio Yasuda
Sound and Film Symphony after Ludwig van Beethoven
Shattered, the Ode without Words disappears into the infinite blue. Broken into pieces, smashed to fragments, splintered into shards. Rudiments die away in shreds, torn in space and time. It is a single disaster. Silence everywhere. Remnants of the sounds sink into the ground like wreckage into the depths. Like a raft, Ludwig van’s piano wing flies in the aeon, in the flotsam drift his sheets of music, washed by silent waves. Nothing is the same as it was, the fragments are no longer compatible, Segments are missing, don’t fit together anymore, are lost relics of times gone by. Out of a wave a lonesome tone rises, a breeze strokes the sea, drifts into green valleys. Light pierces from the depths. Sounds awaken from infinity, ton by ton the fabulous Ode to Nature arises. Noises recall the past and awaken to a new symphony. In rhythms of three, nine waves grow, each more powerful than the last, the ninth that comes from the depths, is slowly rising, grows to the highest dimension, screams and lets the whole world sink in red rain.
Then everything begins anew.
Mitwirkende AKI TSUJITA, AISHA IBRAHIM, STEFAN WINTER, Kamera GERNOT ASCHOFF, Kameraassistenz FLORIAN EPPLE, Filmstudio SCREENCRAFT, Schnitt LENA FLECKE, B.O.A. Bildbearbeitung, Farbabstufung MARCUS ADAM, PETER DEINAS, MANUEL LEBELT, SCANWERK, Koordination in Afrika FARIDA NYAMACHUMBE MARTIN MHANDO Jicho Communicative, Aufnahmeleitung MARIKO TAKAHASHI, STEFAN WINTER
Klavier für vier Hände FERHAN ÖNDER, FERZAN ÖNDER, Klavier FUMIO YASUDA, Bratsche, Konzertmeister GENEVIÈVE STROSSER, Bratsche KLAUS-PETER WERANI, Klarinette JOACHIM BADENHORST, Bassklarinette GARETH DAVIS, Akustische Geräusche und Klangkunst MATHIS NITSCHKE, STEFAN WINTER, Dirigent AARÓN ZAPICO