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1982: Chromola

Read "Chromola" reviewed by John Eyles


Remarkably, given that Chromola is only 1982's fifth album release, it also marks the tenth anniversary of the trio's formation. In 2007, drummer Øyvind Skarbø asked fiddler Nils Økland if the two could form a duo to play a concert series Skarbø ran. Økland agreed if they could be joined by keyboardist Sigbjørn Apeland a collaborator of Økland's for over twenty years. The trio's debut performance was on Valentine's Day 2007. The rest is history... Despite the sparsity ...

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Album Review

1982: A / B

Read "A / B" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


The fourth album of the Norwegian improvisational trio 1982-- Hardanger fiddler and violinist Nils Økland, organist Sigbjørn Apeland, and drummer Øyvind Skarbø--feature this original outfit of two different sides, just like in the classic LP format. The A side offers an improvised out-take from the trio 's 2009 Pintura album session (Hubro, 2011). Composer-trumpeter Stian Omenås, a close friend of Skarbø, wrote an arrangement for wind sextet that expanded on the original improvised idioms, later layered ...


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