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Acres of Blue

Label: Atterklang
Released: 2014
Track listing: Continuation; Frédéric; Brooklyn; Hounds of Winter; Five Mile Shoes; Til Eline; Sprites of Time; Acres of Blue; Nardis; Bokeh; Inevitable.

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Espen Berg: Acres of Blue

Read "Acres of Blue" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Acres of Blue is the second volume of solo piano albums by Norwegian pianist Espen Berg, an organic extension of the most beautiful, Noctilucent (Atterklang, 2012). This time Berg chose to present a mixture of original compositions, improvised pieces, and arrangements of pieces that reference the breadth of his musical vocabulary and his formative influences--romantic compositions ...

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Norwegian Sound Poems: Kristoffer Lo and Bjorn Thevik

Read "Norwegian Sound Poems: Kristoffer Lo  and Bjorn Thevik" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


These two debut solo albums of innovative Norwegian musicians--Kristoffer Lo and Bjørn Thevik feature long and nuanced sound poems, created with minimal means. Kristoffer LoAnomieGigafon2013 Tuba player Lo, a member of the art-rock trio PELbO and Trondheim Jazz Orchestra, is using only his tuba, ...

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Noctilucent

Label: Atterklang
Released: 2012
Track listing: Til Johannes; Vandringsmann; A majority; Proving lights; Folketone; Ved Vågsfjorden; Sunrise; Noctilucent; En vakker dag; Journey´s end.

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Light

Label: Atterklang
Released: 2012
Track listing: Amarcord; oibbinadocS; Light; Shared Moments; Glasperlenspiel.

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Softspeaker

Label: Atterklang
Released: 2012
Track listing: Midwinter; Star song; Catalan winds; Preludium II; Old soul; Folk; In the darkest hour; Subaquatic psalm; Hanglete.

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Espen Berg: Noctilucent

Read "Noctilucent" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


It is rare to encounter an artist whose debut already radiates such sheer beauty, but pianist/composer Espen Berg--who has collaborated with fellow Norwegians such as saxophonist Marius Neset and the Trondheim Jazz Orchestra--explains, in his liner notes, that he began to plan and experiment with his solo playing eight years ago. Over the years he has ...

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Andreas Ulvo + Slagr: Softspeaker

Read "Softspeaker" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


The music of Norwegian pianist Andreas Ulvo--a member of the Eple Trio and Karl Seglem's acoustic quartet--commutes naturally between the worlds of modern jazz, contemporary classical music, Norwegian folk music and even pop songs. All these musical universes are melted organically to his collaboration with Norwegian contemporary folk music ensemble Slagr. The aptly ...

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Hakon Thelin: Light

Read "Light" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


The five compositions on Light define the musical language of Norwegian double bass master Håkon Thelin, known as a member of the new music trio Poing. Thelin calls his language “folk music for the double bass," following his mentor, the late Italian double bass master Stefano Scodanibbio, to whom this recording is dedicated. ...


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