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Daniel Schläppi / Marc Copland: Alice's Wonderland

Read "Alice's Wonderland" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Alice's Wonderland is the third duo outing from bassist Daniel Schlappi and pianist Marc Copland, following Essentials (Catwalk, 2012) and More Essentials (Catwalk, 2015). Both Copland and Schlappi have carved out their spots as leaders of various sized ensembles, but the leaderless duo outing format seems to fit both instrumentalists well—Copland has teamed with bassist Gary ...

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Daniel Schläppi/Marc Copland: Alice's Wonderland

Read "Alice's Wonderland" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Since they first documented their work together on Essentials (Catwalk, 2012), bassist Daniel Schläppi and pianist Marc Copland have refined the musical language of the duo. Essentials was followed by More Essentials (Catwalk, 2015) and saw the establishment of a pattern: standards, original compositions, compositions played by Miles Davis and, not least, compositions played by pianist ...

More Essentials

Label: Catwalk
Released: 2016
Track listing: Essential 9; Blue In Green; LST; Estate; Essential 10; All Of You; Essential 11; Rainy Night House; Gloria's Step; Song For My Father; Essential 12; Yesterdays; My Little Suede Shoes; Essentials 13.

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Daniel Schlaeppi/Marc Copland: More Essentials

Read "More Essentials" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The experience of this duo outing, More Essentials, begins with the packaging, the cover art, a gorgeous photo of two jelly fish immersed in the softened hues of shallow submersion in the sea. The disc spins, an introductory bass solo by Daniel Schlaeppi that leads into Miles Davis' “Blue In Green," with pianist Marc Copland's liquid, ...

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Daniel Schlaeppi/Marc Copland: More Essentials

Read "More Essentials" reviewed by Budd Kopman

More Essentials is just that, a continuation, after much touring, of the partnership between bassist Daniel Schlaeppi and pianist Marc Copland. The extremely high standards set by its predecessor, Essentials are more than met by this second release. The structure of this release is the same as before: tunes, some more, some less well ...


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