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In the wake of last month's release of In the end his voice will be the sound of paper (Hubro), his collaborative piece with Jenny Hval and the Trondheim and one of this year's highlights so far, we sent Kim Myhr a few questions, to which he answered kindly and widely. Here is the transcription for everyone to enjoy. Thank you Kim!
In the end his voice will be the sound of paper, just released on Hubro, is an excellent album (reviewed here on DPM) born out of a collaboration in 2012 with Jenny Hval and the Trondheim Jazz Orchestra, with which you had already collaborated on another great commission-work called Stems & Cages in 2009. How did the writing collaboration with Jenny Hval work?
Basically Jenny and I exchanged sound files over the course of a summer. I composed fragments, orchestral ideas that I ...