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Jorg Widmann - Elegie (2011) {ECM New Series 2110}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Sept. 22, 2016
Jorg Widmann - Elegie (2011) {ECM New Series 2110}

Jorg Widmann - Elegie (2011) {ECM New Series 2110}
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© 2011 ECM Records | ECM New Series 2110
Classical / Orchestral / Clarinet / Piano

Composer portrait of Jörg Widmann (b 1973 in Munich) with two major orchestral works bridged by Fünf Bruchstücke for clarinet and piano. The Messe was composed in 2006, Elegie in 2005 while the Bruchstücke are amongst Widmann’s earliest published pieces, composed in 1997. On the Bruchstücke he is joined by another great composer/performer, Heinz Holliger, heard here in a recording debut as pianist. Widmann’s astonishingly agile clarinet dominates the Elegie with a range of expression embracing trills, multiphonics and microtones. Christoph Poppen directs the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie with customary élan.
Wasilewski / Kurkiewicz / Miskiewicz - Simple Acoustic Trio (2005) {ECM 1891}

Wasilewski / Kurkiewicz / Miskiewicz - Simple Acoustic Trio (2005) {ECM 1891}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop

Trio shares with many ECM albums the rapt, pensive, atmospheric, after-midnight aura for which producer Manfred Eicher is famous. But strikingly fresh are the moment-by-moment melodic epiphanies, the music's elusive implications of harmony and the tunes' flowing organic forms discovered by three equally important instruments.
Gianluigi Trovesi / Gianni Coscia - Round About Weill (2005) {ECM 1907} [Re-Up]

Gianluigi Trovesi / Gianni Coscia - Round About Weill (2005) {ECM 1907}
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Genre: Jazz

In his liner notes to this album, philosopher/novelist Umberto Eco talks about Gianluigi Trovesi and Gianni Coscia revisiting Kurt Weill "in a musical drowse dominated by an almost oneiric principle of contamination." As you do. In plain English, Eco is suggesting that Trovesi and Coscia have approached the music as if in an eclectic, stream of subconsciousness daydream, interweaving Weill's compositions with their own and those of other simpatico composers. And he's spot on. Trovesi and Coscia appear to be in deep free association mode here, employing intuition and impressionism rather than literal historical reconstruction to celebrate Weill's singular and enduring legacy.

Automotive Vehicle Strategies and ECM Modes  

Posted by AlenMiler at Nov. 22, 2015
Automotive Vehicle Strategies and ECM Modes

Automotive Vehicle Strategies and ECM Modes: Diagnostic Strategies of Modern Automotive Systems by Mandy Concepcion
English | Oct. 6, 2011 | ISBN: 1466387149 | 44 Pages | PDF/EPUB/MOBI | 2.55 MB

Automotive Vehicle Strategies and ECM Modes (Diagnostic Strategies of Modern Automotive Systems) By Mandy Concepcion This book is divided into two sections, “Vehicle Operational Strategies”, which detail what’s needed for and engine to start.
Keith Jarrett - Radiance (2005) [2CD] {ECM 1960/61} [re-up]

Keith Jarrett - Radiance (2005) [2CD] {ECM 1960/61}
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Jazz / Post Bop / Modern Creative / Piano

Keith Jarrett returned to performing and recording solo concerts in 1995 with La Scala (released in 1997) after recovering from an illness. That fine recording followed his manner of working that he had begun on Köln Concert in 1975: That is, completely improvised concerts from beginning to end that had melodic and "motivic" centers. The double-disc set that is Radiance, recorded in Japan in 2002, is a new fork in the road. The work has no conceptual center. Jarrett says he wanted to let some of the music "happen" to him while he sat at the piano, deep in thought. He states: "I wanted my hands (particularly the left hand) to tell me things." And happen it does. Each piece, after the first one, comes out of the work that immediately precedes it.
Bobo Stenson / Anders Jormin / Paul Motian - Goodbye (2005) {ECM 1904}

Bobo Stenson / Anders Jormin / Paul Motian - Goodbye (2005) {ECM 1904}
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Genre: Straight-Ahead Jazz

Goodbye is one of, if not the most expansive and diverse collections pianist Bobo Stenson has ever released. This is his first ECM release in five years. Paul Motian takes over the drum chair vacated by Jon Christensen, and his shimmering, deep listening and subtlety add to the excellence and sheer quiet beauty of this recording. Goodbye is more a recording of songs than jazz pieces – at least in a traditional sense. This trio doesn't swing, they play, they slowly dance through the lyric pieces found here.
Christian Wallumrod - A Year From Easter (2005) {ECM 1901} [Re-Up]

Christian Wallumrod - A Year From Easter (2005) {ECM 1901}
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Genre: Jazz, Avant-Garde Jazz, Neo-Classical

What must be heard by contemporary jazz generalists as a typical ECM type European music creation, pianist Christian Wallumrod has conjured up a nomadic series of themes that touch on various strains of ethnic music. Echoes of classical and chamber musics, and Manfred Eicher's brand of tonally reserved, emotionally balanced, and coolly rendered sounds provide a rich but predictable musical palette. The title A Year from Easter might suggest many themes of hope, looking forward, sudden dismay, prayers for peace and justice, and post-distress emergence.
Marcin Wasilewski / Slawomir Kurkiewicz / Michal Miskiewicz - Trio (2005) {ECM 1891} [Re-Up]

Marcin Wasilewski / Slawomir Kurkiewicz / Michal Miskiewicz - Trio (2005) {ECM 1891}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop

These three young Poles are known to ECM listeners worldwide for their sensitive playing in the Tomasz Stanko Quartet. In their homeland, however, they are also have a strong reputation as an autonomous group. Their first international release shows why. With a wide-open repertoire that intersperses original material with interpretations of pieces by Bjork, Wayne Shorter and Szymanowski, Wasilewski, Kurkiewicz and Miskiewicz bring something new to the piano trio tradition.

Dino Saluzzi - Senderos (2005) {ECM 1845}  

Posted by tiburon at Jan. 26, 2015
Dino Saluzzi - Senderos (2005) {ECM 1845}

Dino Saluzzi - Senderos (2005) {ECM 1845}
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Genre: Jazz, Tango

This was originally planned as a solo session, but ECM head honcho Manfred Eicher made a call to drummer Jon Christensen, inviting him to sit in on a few tracks, & in the end the musicians & producer liked the results so much that most of the album is duets. Bandoneon/drums duets are unusual to say the least, & the resutls are fascinating, not least because you can hear the musicians thinking about how to respond to the situation. Saluzzi mostly favours dark, brooding, quiet textures, sometimes like a nostalgic memories of tangos & folksongs, sometimes quite dissonant, like some atonal church organ piece.
Christian Wallumrod - A Year From Easter (2005) {ECM 1901}

Christian Wallumrod - A Year From Easter (2005) {ECM 1901}
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Genre: Jazz, Avant-Garde Jazz, Neo-Classical

What must be heard by contemporary jazz generalists as a typical ECM type European music creation, pianist Christian Wallumrod has conjured up a nomadic series of themes that touch on various strains of ethnic music. Echoes of classical and chamber musics, and Manfred Eicher's brand of tonally reserved, emotionally balanced, and coolly rendered sounds provide a rich but predictable musical palette. The title A Year from Easter might suggest many themes of hope, looking forward, sudden dismay, prayers for peace and justice, and post-distress emergence.