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João Paulo Esteves da Silva / Mário Franco / Samuel Rohrer: Brightbird

Read "Brightbird" reviewed by Henning Bolte

There is music that gradually unfolds, music that lingers in stasis, music with sparse tonal movement, and, sometimes, music that simply happens, like the symphonies of sound in nature. This trio's music is quite close to this last mode. Just a few tones open up a broad living-space and let sound happen and get enriched by ...

Brightbird

Label: Arjuna Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: The Fireplace; Sun; Trusting Heart/Cosmos; Renewal; Winter; Bird; Noontide; Waking; Uncertain Steps; Oldness; There Were Shadows; Waves; So Much Water So Much Green.

Amiira

Label: Arjuna Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: Shine On Me; Minne; Fulminate; Flimmer; After You Left; Source One; Clouds Below; Refraction; Sirènes Sacrées; What We Leave.

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Klaus Gesing, Bjorn Meyer, Samuel Rohrer: Amiira

Read "Amiira" reviewed by John Eyles

The trio of Swiss drummer & percussionist Samuel Rohrer, Swedish bass guitarist Björn Meyer and German reedsman Klaus Gesing first came together in 2013 when they released their only previous recording, open_source_music. Before they joined forces, each of the three had had years of experience on the road playing various styles of music. On coming together, ...


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