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Schlippenbach Trio: Warsaw Concert

Read "Warsaw Concert" reviewed by John Sharpe

There can't be too many outfits still going strong after 44 years, especially with an unchanged roster. But that's exactly the situation German pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach faces with his trio of countryman Paul Lovens on the drum stool and the legendary Evan Parker on tenor saxophone, give or take an occasional bassist. As a consequence ...


RED Trio & John Butcher: Summer Skyshift

Read "Summer Skyshift" reviewed by John Sharpe

It was the release of Empire (No Business, 2011) that constituted the point at which many people first began to pay attention to the Portuguese Red Trio. That collaboration with English saxophonist John Butcher featured on several year end lists. It paved the way for a series of further alliances, documented on disc with trumpeter Nate ...


Schlippenbach Trio al Centro d'Arte Padova

Read "Schlippenbach Trio al Centro d'Arte Padova" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Schlippenbach Trio Cinema Torresino Padova 29.04.2016 Poteva far esplodere i fuochi d'artificio, navigare sulle ali dell'effetto nostalgia, piazzarti sul muso i suoi quarant'anni di storia, e che storia, come forse nessun'altra formazione al mondo può vantare, e via pedalare. Invece lo Schlippenbach Trio ha regalato un concerto di rara misura, rigore ...


Label: Intakt Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Feature 1; Feature 2; Feature 3; Feature 4; Feature 5; Feature 6; Feature 7; Feature 8; Feature 9; Feature 10; Feature 11; Feature 12; Feature 13; Feature 14; Feature 15.


Schlippenbach Trio: Features

Read "Features" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo

Quindici brevi bozzetti testimoniano la libertà espressiva di tre menti culturalmente aperte quali sono quelle di Alexander von Schlippenbach, Evan Parker e Paul Lovens, protese verso l'ignoto. C'è tutto in questo CD: slancio, energia, volatile progettualità, elementi precipui di una musica materica che vola in alto verso forme astratte ed atonali. Gli esiti espressivi di questi ...


Schlippenbach Trio: Features

Read "Features" reviewed by John Sharpe

In a change of pace from their previous outing--the superb long form concert recording Bauhaus Dessau (Intakt, 2010) -the longstanding Schlippenbach Trio has created a program of 15 concise improvisations, captured during a two day stopover in Zurich during their customary winter tour schedule. Such practice stands as far from unprecedented in the unit's 43 year ...


Schlippenbach Trio: Bauhaus Dessau

Read "Bauhaus Dessau" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

«Una caratteristica importante della maggior parte dei gruppi nella libera improvvisazione è la brevità della loro esistenza. È forse ovvio che quasi tutte le collaborazioni casuali, il tipo più comune di raggruppamento nella libera improvvisazione, tendano a esaurire rapidamente le aree in cui i componenti provano un reciproco interesse, considerando quindi soddisfatte le loro comuni ambizioni. ...


Schlippenbach Trio: Bauhaus Dessau

Read "Bauhaus Dessau" reviewed by Nic Jones

The Schlippenbach Trio is now decades old; perhaps it's not surprising there are only a few improvised music groups that have lasted that long. In this trio's case the matter of pedigree goes without saying, but whether or not the depth of their familiarity with each others' work makes for sterile, unrewarding music, is a question ...


Schlippenbach Trio: Gold Is Where You Find It

Read "Gold Is Where You Find It" reviewed by Nic Jones

As this trio is decades into its existence, readers and potential listeners might be forgiven for thinking that the trio's collective music is losing some of its power. This, however, is far from the case. There's kinetic energy about some of the performances here but that sense is tempered by the group's distinctly non-formulaic understanding of ...


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