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Elegy

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Semblence; Comedy Tonight; Fields; The Mission; Littlefields; Elegy; To Be Show to Monks at a Certain Temple; Cortège; Elegy, var.; Take My Life; Wither; Alate.

Album

Elegy

Label: Trptk
Released: 2017
Track listing: 1. Utviklingssang 2. Tabidachi (Departure) 3. Gary’s Waltz 4. Lamento 5. Blues for Maya 6. Lonely Woman 7. Luiza 8. Kusabue (Grass Whistle) 9. Elegy 10. Zingaro 11. Ieji (Returning) 12. Quiet Now

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Theo Bleckmann: Elegy

Read "Elegy" reviewed by John Kelman


While ECM is a label largely renowned for its subtlety, attention to space and detail, and overall understated, “less is more" aesthetic--an early sampler titled, even, The Most Beautiful Sound Next To Silence--it's hard to imagine a label debut as a leader that could be less about virtuosity and more about creating soft atmospheres and ambiences ...

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Elegy

Label: NineFlatFive Records
Released: 2014

Album

Elegy

Label: Hubro Music
Released: 2010
Track listing: Drumba; Elegy; Sukha; Kram; Flying; Falling; Tuven, Tuven; Nardis; Six weeks; Floating.

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Mats Eilertsen Trio: Elegy

Read "Elegy" reviewed by John Kelman


He's best-known internationally for his work on ECM recordings by artists including guitarist Jacob Young, pianist Wolfert Brederode, and, most recently, pianist Tord Gustavsen, with whom he's been touring in support of Restored, Returned (2010). But while these associations might suggest a bassist disposed to gentler forms and understated freedom, they're only two of Mats Eilertsen's ...

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Elegy

Label: Ronnyjo Collection / Mori Music
Released: 2008

Album

Elegy

Label: Challenge Jazz
Released: 1995


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