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The Prospector

Label: Orbis Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Prospector; Isometric Rotation; Lockleigh; Triloka; Rockside Haiku; L'Etranger; Deimos and Phobos; Dissipating Clouds; In Motion; Revolving Duo II.

Fantasy for Woodwind Quintet

Label: Orbis Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: #1 - Scene I - The Meadow #2 - Scene II - The Search #3 - Scene III - The Meeting #4 - Scene IV - The Chase #5 - Scene V - The Return

Triloka: Music for Strings and Soloists

Label: Orbis Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: Triloka - Three Realms; Chandra Soma - Bass Intro; Chandra Soma; Wave Play (Vagspel); Sojourn for Strings; Trilogy For Strings: Part I - The Clearing; Part II; Part III - The Meeting; August Hymnal.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bruno Råberg: Triloka: Music for Strings and Soloists

Read "Triloka: Music for Strings and Soloists" reviewed by Marithe Van der Aa

The number three has always had a symbolic and spiritual significance in many different religions and cultures--and, in his latest album Triloka (literally translated as 'Three Realms'), Swedish bassist Bruno Råberg pays his own personal homage to the trinity of...well, everything. Inspired by South Indian carnatic music, the album immediately cuts to the chase ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bruno Raberg: Triloka: Music for Strings and Soloists

Read "Triloka: Music for Strings and Soloists" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Sweden boasts a long tradition of producing notable double bassists--Georg Riedel, Palle Danielsson, Anders Jormin, Lars Danielsson, Dan Berglund and Petter Eldh all spring to mind. Bruno Råberg is another whose virtuosity and lyricism have propelled him to international renown, as a collaborator with some of jazz's most eminent names, and, since 1986, as a Professor ...

For The Unknown

Label: Orbis Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: Island Contours; Elastic Quadruple; Metallic Ocean; Time Painting Backwards; Peace Agreement; Sculpture VI; Big Sur Calling; Miro's February; Questionable Premise; Transformal Ghee; Sculpture VII; Sand Clock Revisited; Flurries; Tincture Bell Part I; Tincture Bell Part II; Grater Bubbles; Sculpture VII; Equuleaus; Lullaby For the Unknown.

For The Unknown

Label: Orbis Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: Island Contours; Elastic Quadruple; Metallic Ocean; Time Painting Backwards; Peace Agreement; Sculpture VI; Big Sur Calling; Miro's February; Questionable Premise; Transformational Ghee; Sculpture VII; Sand Clock Revisited; Flurries; Tincture Bell, Pt. I; Tincture Bell, Pt. II; Grater Bubbles; Sculpture VIII; Equuleus; Lullaby for the Unknown.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bruno Råberg/Phil Grenadier/Allan Chase: For The Unknown

Read "For The Unknown" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Bassist Bruno Raberg returns with three-quarters of the quartet from last year's acclaimed Hot Box (Orbis Music, 2015). This outing was based on free improvisations (with extensive electronic sound design by Råberg)--it could be seen as an extension of the two collective improvisations on the previous album. No drums this time, just trumpeter Phil Grenadier, saxophonist ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bruno Raberg: For The Unknown

Read "For The Unknown" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Bassist Bruno Raberg's artistry sounds as if it would be a good fit for ECM Records. His music has a drifting elasticity; space is an important component; and his muse has introduced him to electronic sound design--an approach that the Swedish-born, and now Boston-based, performer has embraced. Raberg's sound is unique. Over the course ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bruno Råberg/Phil Grenadier/Allan Chase: For The Unknown

Read "For The Unknown" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Three-quarters of bassist Bruno Råberg's Hot Box (Orbis Music, 2015) quartet, reunites on an unusual trio recording, For The Unknown. Among the unusual aspects of the album are Råberg, trumpeter Phil Grenadier and saxophonist Allan Chase turning out nineteen free improvisations in just over forty-five minutes, eight of the pieces clocking in at less than two ...


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