You can watch some documentaries of his exhibitions. But Patrick Sadler is also a musician, as you can see in the videos below.
Some videos of his exhibitions contain musical accompaniments, which he recorded in his personal studio. Others are music videos showing live performances with other musician friends.
Joint exhibition of Fernand Bertemes, Marc Bertemes, Patrick Sadler, Gérard Claude at the gallery "Op der Kap” in Capellen/Luxembourg.
The soundtrack of this exhibition was recorded in 1998 in one take by Marcel Cornaro (keyboards), Franco Zanon (lead guitar), Patrick Sadler (vocals, guitar), Claude Maas (bass guitar) and Guy Maas (drums).
The lyrics from the song called "All Alone" were written by Gilles Mehlinger and Patrick Sadler. The song was composed and arranged by Patrick Sadler. The exhibition was filmed in 4K and edited by Patrick Sadler.
“Let it be” is an extract from a DVD entitled Classic Rock that you can buy at the “Harmonie d'Ehlerange” shop.
Patrick Sadler plays guitar with the Rock Band “Diario” (Andrea Galetti, Nico Pantaleoni and Fabio Geronzi), the Harmonie d'Ehlerange under the direction of Marco Turci and the presidency of Jean-Jacques Rieff, the choirs "Cercle vocal Belval-Metzerlach" and "Chorale Ste Cécile Strassen" under the direction of Jean Wagner.
Julien Arpetti and Patrick Sadler got together on stage to perform a personalised version of "les feux de l'usine". This recording was made by a camera placed on the table by Patrick Sadler before going on stage.
This special version of “les feux de l’usine” was improvised on two consecutive evenings as part of a show entitled "Vive la France" directed by Marco Turci and presided over by Jean-Jacques Rieff in the Kulturschapp in Ehlerange in Luxembourg in 2014.
This video recording from 1982 was taken by Paul Thiltges with a portable VHS camera.
The song, improvised by the musicians, was created as part of a series of performances entitled "Lieder mal nicht Bieder" in the festival hall of the Lycée Hubert Clement Esch (LHCE) in Esch/Alzette in Luxembourg.
The musicians were Jeannot Sanavia, Mario Saracini, Rita Bohler, Vivianne Kaufmann, Fernand Schroeder, Claudine Bimmermann, Claude Waringo und Patrick Sadler. Lighting Engineering Philippe Bozetti. Sound Engineering Christian Mille.
"Rock Plastique" (1987) is a videogram on the electronic rendering of personal graphic and pictorial works mounted on own musical creation.
This video clip was produced in collaboration with Nicolas Braunn for the graphic and video part, as well as with Christian Mille for the musical part. I would like to say a big thank you to the models without whom the clip would not be what it is.
I must also express my deep gratitude to the positive energy that was transferred to me by Dominique Avron (1948-2009) to carry out this project.
"When a Model meets a Painter" is the title of a short film about an exhibition with the same name, which includes about fifty drawings and paintings on canvas made between 2011 and 2013, which were exhibited in 2013 at the Maggy Stein Art Gallery in Bettembourg, Luxembourg.
These drawings and artistic nude paintings were created in collaboration with the models, who actively participated in the postural research sessions.
“The Water Lilies“ is the title of a short film from an exhibition that was recorded with a mobile phone in the Great Hall of the Nic-Biever High School in Dudelange, Luxembourg in 2016.
More than forty drawings and paintings on the subject of water lilies were exhibited.
The exhibition took place in a school and allowed a young audience to meet contemporary pictorial art.
Art Installation filmed with a mobile phone just before the exhibition "The Inseparables" at the town hall in Belvaux, Luxembourg.
This document constitutes an audiovisual trace of the hanging of the monumental pictorial project (8 x 1.40 m) and the exhibition that accompanied it.
The background music was composed and recorded by Patrick Sadler.
This experimental short movie brings up the vision of a novel concept, "The Painting Paradigma",
in which an artificial intelligence is painting the painter, a natural intelligence, which is creating the art in the first place.
4517 frames had to be individually processed with 85823 control points that had to be adjusted, so that the A.I. could create the "mask" for reality.
I would like to thank Lucienne Deviscour for the help with the A.I. and "Tinlé" for assisting in editing.
The music track was improvised and recorded by myself.
Many thanks to Jessica David, Christiane Sunnen and Roger Roth for the exhibition and the acquisition of the painting.