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Crossing Life Lines

Label: GLM Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Valse du Bohémien; Ada's Song; Look for the Silver Lining; Schaschlik; Lover Man - Oh, Where Can You Be?; Blues in X Moll; The Rabbi from Namysłów; Wiosna; Ein Sommertag; September Remember; Sám s děvčetem v dešti; Naab; Frieda; Fredinand's Prelude.

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Crystal Silence

Label: Unit Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Crystal Silence i; Primavera; He; Dave Bubek; Esperanza; Todavia es Temprano; Solitaire; El Suerte; Los Abrazos Rotos; Jugando; Awakening; Volver a casa; Spanish Ballad; Cyrstal Silence ii.

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Izabella Effenberg: Crystal Silence

Read "Crystal Silence" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Many musicians play a second instrument, though rarely do they venture to record an entire album with it. Such a commitment would likely require complete technical command of the secondary instrument, or failing that, courage in spades. Izabella Effenberg has both. For her third release on Unit Records, following her sextet debut Cuentame and the trio ...

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IZA

Label: Unit Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Herr Doktor; Fuga; Tesknota; Night Voyage; So Ist Das; Meaning of Life; El Beso de Despedidia; Eis Schuetterung; Nocturne; Miniature; Awakening; Kanon; Szukam; El Suerte; On.

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Izabella Effenberg Trio: IZA

Read "IZA" reviewed by Ian Patterson


The vibraphone seems to be enjoying something of a renaissance of late, with any number of outstanding exponents of the instrument popping up in all corners of the world. Izabella Effenberg may be a new name for many, but the Polish vibraphonist has already collaborated with the likes of Tony Lakatos, Magnus Ostrom, Nippy Noya and ...


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