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Article: Live Review

Enjoy Jazz 2019

Read "Enjoy Jazz 2019" reviewed by Henning Bolte


Alte Feuerwache and other venues Enjoy Jazz And More Mannheim, Heidelberg, Ludwigshafen, Germany October 27--November 1, 15-16, 2019 Enjoy Jazz And More this year lead me through two sections of its seven-week concert-series in October/November, with a great diversity of concerts ranging from seasoned German clarinet master Rolf Kühn to advanced ...

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Article: Record Label Profile

ECM @ 50

Read "ECM @ 50" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


2019 marks the 50th anniversary of German record label ECM Records. Since its founding by Manfred Eicher the label has maintained unwavering standards of excellence, characterized by an unmistakable visual identity and rigorous production values. In addition to some 20 concerts featuring ECM artists, the 2019 Big Ears Festival (full review here) also hosted an “ECM ...

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Rothko Chapel

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Rothko Chapel; Gnossienne No. 4; Four; Ogive No. 1; ear for EAR (Antiphonies); Ogive No. 2; Gnossienne No. 1; Five; Gnossienne No. 3; In A Landscape.

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Article: Album Review

Kim Kashkashian Sarah Rothenberg Steven Schick Houston Chamber Choir Robert Simpson.: Rothko Chapel

Read "Rothko Chapel" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


On ECM's superb and captivating Rothko Chapel an elite group of musicians interprets Morton Feldman's sublime title piece and several others by John Cage and, the father of western musical modernism, Erik Satie. The disc explores the common conceptual and stylistic threads between the Feldman and Cage's works and their origins in Satie's oeuvre.

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Kurtag/Ligeti: Music for Viola

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: In Nomine - all'ongherese (Damjanich emlékko); Silent Lines To László Dobszay Letter to Vera Ligeti; For Imre Földes At 60; Chromatically Saucy; A Flower For Dénes Zsigmondy; In memoriam Blum Tamás; In memoriam Aczél György; H.J. - nóta; Vagdalkozós; The Carenza Jig; Kroó György in memoriam; Hommage à John Cage; Doloroso; Perpetuum mobile; Signs I; Signs II;Four Entwined Bodies To The Exhibition By Sári Gerlóczy; Panaszos nóta; Hora lung; Loop; Facsar; Prestissimo con sordino; Lamento; Chaconne chromatique.

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Article: Album Review

Kim Kashkashian: Kurtag/Ligeti: Music for Viola

Read "Kurtag/Ligeti: Music for Viola" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


There are more jokes about the viola, perhaps, than any other member of the violin family, but there are also exquisitely written pieces of music that in the hands of virtuosos come alive with vivid emotion and erudite articulation. Boston-based Kim Kashkashian is one of the premier violists in the world and has ...

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Article: Film Review

Sounds and Silence: Travels with Manfred Eicher

Read "Sounds and Silence: Travels with Manfred Eicher" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


Norbert Wiedmer and Peter Guyer Sounds and Silence: Travels with Manfred Eicher ECM Records2011 Some people have invented products and concepts that have revolutionized the world. Some have devoted their lives to helping others, while some have conquered mountains and have built business empires. Others have given us ...

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Neharot

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Betty Olivero: 01. Neharót Neharót (for viola, accordion, percussion, two string ensembles and tape); Tigran Mansurian: 02. Tagh for the Funeral of the Lord (for viola and percussion); Komitas: 03. Oror (for piano); Tigran Mansurian: 04.-06. Three Arias (Sung out the window facing Mount Ararat): I. Andante, ma non troppo; II. Tranquillo, poco libero; III. Lento, ma non troppo; Eitan Steinberg: 07. Rava Deravin (for viola and string quartet).

Article: Album Review

Kim Kashkashian: Neharot

Read "Neharot" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Il nuovo album della violista armena Kim Kashkashian, Neharot, raccoglie cinque lamentazioni tradizionali includendo solo composizioni scritte da compositori di area medio-orientale, rispettivamente “Neharót Neharót" dell'israeliana Betty Olivero, “Tagh for the Funeral of the Lord" e “Three Arias" del libanese-armeno Tigran Mansurian (che a sua volta interpreta “Oror" di Komitas) e “Rava Deravin" scritto da uno ...


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