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Håvard Wiik: This Is Not a Waltz

Read "This Is Not a Waltz" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Leading-edge Norwegian pianist Håvard Wiik is a widely acclaimed artist via his work in the eminent Scandinavian free bop band, Atomic and collaborations with saxophonists Joe Lovano, Ken Vandermark and many other jazz VIPs. Yet he's equally at home settling into modern jazz frameworks or when venturing into the outside peripheries of jazz. But this release, ...

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Håvard Wiik Trio: This Is Not a Waltz

Read "This Is Not a Waltz" reviewed by Enrico Bettinello

Tra i tanti talenti pianistici che vengono dal nord dell'Europa, quello di Håvard Wiik è tra i più luminosi e imprevedibili. Ben conosciuto con gli Atomic, come pure nel raffinatissimo progetto Free Fall di Ken Vandermark, Wiik è leader di grande intelligenza, come dimostra in questo nuovo lavoro in trio con i collaudati (già costituiscono la ...

This Is Not a Waltz

Label: Moserobie
Released: 2017
Track listing: Calligrams; Neidbau; Tudor Style; Bought & Muzzled; Ceci N'est Pas Une Valse; Tear Conveyor; Pneumatiques; Mnemonic Functions.


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