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Desert Song


  • Schlüssel: MGD062
  • den Hersteller: Magda Records (Izrael)
  • Herstellerschlüssel: 7290010420629
  • Preis: 59,99 zł
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Jewish / Klezmer Music / Ethno Jazz
premiera polska:
2008-08-04
kontynent: Azja
kraj: Israel
opakowanie: plastikowe etui
opis:

multikulti.com:
Czyż można w nurcie tzw. Ethno-jazzu, przez innych zwanego eco-jazzem stworzyć swój własny ton/język, po tym jak wielu instrumentalistów/grup nagrało całkiem sporo wyjątkowych płyt?
Wystarczy wspomnieć nagrania JANA GARBARKA, OREGONU czy MEGADRUMS.
W mojej ocenie płyta kanadyjskiego gitarzysty Itamara Ereza pozwala twierdząco odpowiedzieć na zadane pytanie.
Mamy tutaj wyraźne nawiązanie do formuły OREGONU. Kwartet znakomitych instrumentalistów od czasu do czasu wspomagany przez zaproszonych gości [Emad Armoush: cajon, palmas; Jonathan Bernard: marimba] w zajmujący sposób tkają swoją opowieść złożoną z kolorowych elementów muzyki klasycznej, etnicznej i improwizowanej.
Dziesięć kompozycji autorstwa lidera i jeden tradycyjny temat żydowski 'Morenica' pozwalają zatopić się w nieodmiennie wyciszony nastrój tej muzyki, która nie ma zarazem nic wspólnego z określeniami: spokojna czy relaksacyjna.
Na płycie można usłyszeć zarówno długie partie pojedynczych instrumentów, zespołowe improwizacje, a zarazem - melodyjne tematy, pełnymi garściami czerpiące z tradycji żydowskiej, orientalnej i perskiej.
autor: Krzysztof Szamot



Editor's info:
'Desert Song' by Itamar Erez and The Adama Ensemble is taking the listener on an incredible journey of sound...
Influenced by such musicians as Egberto Gismonti, Anouar Brahem and others, 'Desert Song' is creating exciting and original material, rich with Middle-Eastern and Flamenco sounds, unusual melodies and complex rhythms. The ensemble is integrating 'classical' instruments such as the Oboe and English Horn, with 'world' instruments such as the flamenco guitar, tabla and frame drums, to create one of the most unique and original voices in the World Music/Jazz genres of today.
All tracks [except one which is a traditional Jewish song] are composed and arranged by Erez.

'...An original blend of classical music, jazz and various genres of world music, from flamenco to Indian music, with a particular focus on Middle Eastern traditions...' -
The Globe & Mail [Canada]

"...Just when you think you have heard everything, someone records something that proves you haven't.
That proof comes in the form of a unique CD by Itamar Erez and the Adama Ensemble.'
['UpBeat' newsletter, Canada]


Itamar Erez is an Israeli born Canadian composer, pianist and guitarist with a breadth of expression from European classical to jazz, world music and beyond.

'An Original blend of classical music, jazz and various genres of world music, from flamenco to Indian music, with a particular focus on Middle Eastern traditions...' [The Globe & Mail]

'Adama' means 'Earth' in Hebrew.

Bios:
Itamar Erez is a composer, guitarist and pianist originally from Israel. His music has been commissioned and performed by various ensembles and orchestras in Germany, Italy, France, England, Israel, United States and Canada. Since 2002 he has been busy writing music for, and performing with, his group 'Adama'.

Tony Nickels is well known in Vancouver as a free-lance performer and teacher of woodwind instruments. He has performed extensively with the Vancouver Opera, CBC, and Vancouver Symphony Orchestras, as well as with many jazz and rock groups. He is a versatile performer on oboe, saxophone, clarinet and flute, and in both the classical and jazz idioms. Tony is on the music faculty at Capilano College.

Laurence Mollerup has performed with many symphony orchestras and choirs, including the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra , Victoria Symphony, and Vancouver Opera , and his jazz credits include work with Herb Ellis, Louis Bellson, Alan Matheson and Bud Shank/Phil Woods, Charlie Byrd, NOW Orchestra, Asza , Christine Duncan, and his own jazz quartet.

Stefan Cihelka has studied the art of Tabla under the guidance of the great Ustad Allarakha & sons Ustad Zakir Hussain & Yogesh Samsi since 1993. With Adama, Stefan has created a unique drumset which combines western & eastern elements, helping the group forge new ground in Erez's compositions.

muzycy:
Itamar Erez (guitars/piano)
Tony Nickels (reeds)
Laurence Mollerup (bass)
Stefan Cihelka (tabla & percussion)

guests:
Emad Armoush: cajon, palmas
Jonathan Bernard: marimba


utwory:
1. Prelude
2. La Juderia
3. Desert Song
4. African Dream
5. Autumn Will
6. Isidore
7. Morning Song
8. The Path
9. Sheva
10. The Return
11. Morenica

wydano: 2007-10
more info: www.magda.co.il
more info2: www.itamarerez.com

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