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Rites of Fire

Label: KASMAVTSU Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: The Sage; 2. The Augurs of Spring, Dances of the Young Girls A; Infernal Dance of King Kashchei; Rite Of Spring: Introduction A; Spring Rounds; Rite Of Spring: Introduction B; Firebird: Finale; Firebird: Introduction A; Mystic Circles of the Young Girls A; Mystic Circles of the Young Girls B; The Firebird's Variation; The Augurs of Spring, Dances of the Young Girls B; The Sacrifice: Introduction; Berceuse; Ritual Of Abduction; Adoration of the Earth: Introduction A; Adoration of the Earth: Introduction B; Sacrificial Dance A; Sacrificial Dance B; 20. Introduction: The Sacrifice; The Princesses’ Khorovod; Ritual Action of the Ancestors; Spring Rounds (Infine Remix)


Unity6 - Rot

Label: jazzwerkstatt JW145
Released: 2013
Track listing: 1. Unity6 - K.Sholar 5:02 2. In Time Out - E.Schuller 4:38 3. Variationen über Thema Jazz - M.Schubert 12:24 a. Plyczki Rag b. Count Basic c. Piep Pop 4. Lilting Banshee - J.Robinson 5:36 5. Rot - M.Schubert 8:14 6. Drei - G.Gschlößl 5:33 7. EinWeinFrei - G.Gschlößl 7:58 8. Crimson Hexagon - K.Sholar 5:21 9. The Tree of Life - R.Molina 7:26


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Greg Burk Trio: The Path Here

Read "The Path Here" reviewed by Troy Collins

The Path Here, pianist Greg Burk's fifth release for the adventurous 482 Music label, finds the Rome-based American expatriate revisiting and reinterpreting some of the most engaging compositions of his youthful career, aided by old friends Jonathan Robinson (bass) and Gerald Cleaver (drums). Previously heard together with tenor saxophonist Jerry Bergonzi on Burk's 2004 quartet release ...


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