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Munich 2016

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Disc 1: Part I; Part II; Part III; Part IV; Part V; Part VI; Part VII. Disc 2: Part VIII; Part IX; Part X; Part XI; Part XII; Answer Me, My Love; It’s A Lonesome Old Town; Over The Rainbow.

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News: Recording

Keith Jarrett: Munich 2016

Keith Jarrett: Munich 2016

Among pianist Keith Jarrett’s succession of solo concert albums going back more than four decades, Munich 2016 is remarkable even by his standards. The depth and variety of his improvisations make it so. Except for three standard songs here, he invented all of the music that he made three years ago in performance at Philharmonic Hall ...

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Article: Album Review

Keith Jarrett: Munich 2016

Read "Munich 2016" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Though he's had to modify his approach to his singular style of improvisation since his noted bout with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome roughly 1996-1998 and its exhausting recurrences since, Keith Jarrett continues to astonish with the music he conjures from thin air. There have been some intense examples of the peaks he still reaches (2005's Radiance, 2006's ...

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Article: Album Review

Keith Jarrett: Munich 2016

Read "Munich 2016" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


The second coming of Keith Jarrett—post-Chronic Fatigue Syndrome—was well behind him by the time he performed in Munich, Germany in 2016. The piano prodigy is captured in ECM's home town at a Philharmonic Hall solo concert at the end of his European tour. His improvisational skills in top form, he displays his genius across twelve extemporaneous ...


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