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Bugge Wesseltoft - Trialogue (2014)

7-10-2014, 07:49
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Bugge Wesseltoft - Trialogue (2014)

Artist: Bugge Wesseltoft
Title Of Album: Trialogue
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Universal Music GmbH
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 48:23 min
Total Size: 111 / 249 MB


1. Interlude 02:38
2. Valiant 07:38
3. Headbanger Polka 06:18
4. Movement Eleven 05:40
5. Take A Quick Break 07:46
6. Movement Seventeen 07:16
7. This Is My Day 06:04
8. Round Midnight 05:07

Bugge Wesseltoft - grand piano, synthesizers, percussion
Dan Berglund - double bass
Henrik Schwarz - computer, small percussion

"Movement Eleven" & "Movement Seventeen"
feature musicians of the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg:
Damien Pardeon - violin
Jean-Marc Apap - viola
Laurence Vautrin - cello
James Kent - bass trombone

Acclaimed jazz pianist/composer Bugge Wesseltoft renews his collaboration with electronic producer Henrik Schwarz on 'Trialogue'. This time they are joined by E.S.T. bassist Dan Berglund to form a unique trio that expertly explores where contemporary jazz meets electronic music.

When Bugge Wesseltoft and Henrik Schwarz produced their collaboration 'Duo', it was clear that their synergy was both unique within, and revitalising to, the whole genre of electro-acoustic beat-based improvisation. Now the duo becomes a trio, bassist Dan Berglund brings additional dimensions and a whole new range of improvisational possibilities, new musical conversational topics, and a completely new layer of sound, giving this project a different drive, yet retaining the spirit of the Duo project. Melody, beats, and a will to surprise - not just the audience, but themselves as well - dominate.

Moments of quasi-ambient atmosphere sit alongside driving energetic swathes of blues-inflected jamming from the future, near-metallic semi-sinister meteor storms of sound rest easily beside moments of classic jazz noire. Where other musicians have engaged in similar stylistic juxtapositions, Wesseltoft, Schwarz and Berglund set themselves apart by managing the near-impossible feat of making a perfectly coherent aesthetic, a complete musical language of their own. What fans will recognise instantly is, simply put, great music.

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