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Markus Stockhausen, Florian Weber - Alba (2016)

29-06-2016, 06:48
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: Alba
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: ECM Records [ECM 2477]
Genre: Jazz / Contemporary Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,log) | Mp3
Total Time: 54:36
Total Size: 230 MB | 175 MB (Scans)

Alba is the premiere recording of trumpeter Markus Stockhausen’s duo with pianist Florian Weber, a formation in existence for some six years now. Though very different in their connections to the language of jazz, both musicians share a deep interest in the process of creative expression: of looking inwards and outwards with intensity at things, for echoes, resonances, insights.
Initially, the duo experimented with electronic sounds, also to create the “opening sounds” that have attracted Stockhausen since he first played with Rainer Brüninghaus’s trio in the early 1980s. But with Weber, the realization soon came that the duo sounded stronger playing acoustically. “Florian has this incredible touch and possibilities to modulate the sound of the piano. There are so many colours available”. Alba is Markus Stockhausen’s first ECM recording since Karta was released in 2000. Florian Weber, a German Jazz Critics prize winner who has played with Albert Mangelsdorff, Lee Konitz and many others, makes his ECM debut here.


01 - What can I do for you
02 - Mondtraum
03 - Surfboard
04 - Ishta
05 - Emergenzen
06 - Barycenter
07 - Emilio
08 - Possibility 1
09 - Befreiung
10 - Resonances
11 - Die weise Zauberin
12 - Synergy Melody
13 - Better World
14 - Zephir
15 - Today

Markus Stockhausen - flugelhorn, trumpet
Florian Weber - piano

Markus Stockhausen, Florian Weber - Alba (2016)

Markus Stockhausen, Florian Weber - Alba (2016)

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