Bestselling Smooth Jazz - Kool&Klean - Volume VII is a venture to groovy, romantic, fresh and sexy world. Wherever you are and whatever you do, this music will always be a good companion. Prove it to yourself and become a part of Koolness. This album is a 7th installment from Contemporary Producer and Saxophonist Konstantin Klashtorni for bestselling Kool&Klean series. Only best, carefully selected tracks are on this CD. Make sure to read reviews on previous Kool&Klean releases on Amazon.com, listen carefully to the music and decide it for yourself.
The 3rd album "SAX Night" for Love Suggestions series from Konstantin Klashtorni. Keeping up the mastery of composing and production, the successful producer Konstantin Klashtorni, known for Kool&Klean, produces another great collection of R&B flavored Smooth Jazz for lovers. Don't miss this great opportunity to listen what this album has to offer. Make yourself a pleasure to be cherished by great sounds of this album!
This album is the 4th in Smooth Jazz series produced by contemporary saxophonist and producer Konstantin Klashtorni. Relaxed, enjoyable groovy and romantic tracks is a main feature of his music. This latest release from Konstantin is an excellent addition to any Jazz collection. His artistry is one of the finest out there. His work is fantastic. You will be happy and listen to these albums over and over again without tiring of them. If you like any single release by Konstantin, you will not be let down by his others. He is a true master at keeping your mood on track through his music. His sound is settling and positive without being intrusive to your dealings through your day. Try it you will love it and the other albums of this and other series. Enjoy.
Konstantin Lifschitz has long since established himself as an outstanding exponent of the works of Johann Sebastian Bach. He has already recorded the `Musical Offering´ and the `Art of Fugue´ for ORFEO and now turns his attention to the composer´s seven keyboard concertos. He is partnered by the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, an ensemble that enjoys an equally distinguished reputation for its Bach interpretations. With only three of these seven concertos has it been possible to identify specific originals with different solo instruments, while the other four have been ascribed to various other instruments by experts in the field; attributions that none the less continue to be hotly debated.