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Solo Flutes

Label: Lop Lop Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Mark Alban Lotz - Solo Flutes (LopLop, 2014) Albert Speaks (bass flute sequenza 1); Aş Şaḩrā' ash Sharqīyah (Eastern Desert); Whole steps; Hungry III (bass flute sequenza 2); PVC Mantra; Dear moth; Why Not Take all?; Picolo for Makeba; Adam and Eve (bass flute sequenza 3); whisper alap; Do Not Swalloow! (bass flute sequenza 4); Major Circles; The fish on the Dry (bass sequenza 5); For Rhhsaan; Kazoo track; Inside (bass flute sequenza 6); A fine winter.

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Mark Alban Lotz: Solo Flutes

Read "Solo Flutes" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

The eclectic, even eccentric musical tastes of German, Netherlands- based flute master Mark Alban Lotz may be attributed to his personal history. He grew up in Thailand, Germany, and Uganda, while studying jazz, contemporary music, and Indian bansuri flute playing in Amsterdam, New York, and jny: Los Angeles. This globe-trotting biography is reflected in his flute ...

Istanbul Improv Sessions May 5th

Label: Lop Lop Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: North Star; Animal Rites; R.R.K. Rahasaan; Ursuppe; Kusendem; Dr. No; Open Air Party; Friction; Sintactics; Soroaster.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mark Alban Lotz: Istanbul Improv Sessions May 5th

Read "Istanbul Improv Sessions May 5th" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

German-born flautist Mark Alban Lotz grew up in Thailand and Uganda, and has had an interesting career path. He began playing the flute when he was 17, and went on to study jazz and classical music as well as contemporary musical idioms. His music is nourished by all three forms, but he also has a healthy ...


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