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Love Is Real
399 CZK  CD
Ulf Wakenius
Love Is Real

Swedish Guitar hero Ulf Wakenius presents surprising adaptations and metamorphoses of the catchy melodies known by Europe’s hottest jazz band, the Esbjörn Svensson Trio e.s.t.

Ulf Wakenius – acoustic nylon guitar, acoustic steel guitar, electric guitar, Lars Danielsson - acoustic bass, cello, effects, Lars Jansson - acoustic piano, Morten Lund - drums, caron, percussion, radio.string.quartet.vienna, Till Brönner - trumpet, Paolo Fresu - trumpet, Nils Landgren - trombone, Eric Wakenius - electric guitar

Life
399 CZK  CD
Stephan Micus
Life

Stephan Micus bagana, Balinese and Burmese gongs, Bavarian zither, bowed bagana, dilruba, dondon, kyeezee, maung, nay, sho, Thai singing bowls, Tibetan chimes, Tibetan cymbals, tin whistle, voice

Moment In Time
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LuboĹĄ AndrĹĄt
Moment In Time

Luboš Andršt - guitars, Ondřej Kabrna - piano, synthesizer, Zdeněk "Wimpy" Tichota - bass guitar, Michal Hejna - drums
& guests: Michal Ĺ˝áček - soprano saxophone, Jan Hrubý - violin, Imran Musa Zangi - percussion

There Is Hope
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AghaRTA Gang
There Is Hope

Štěpán Markovič – saxophone, Boris Urbánek – piano, keyboards, Vít Švec – double bass, Michal Hejna – drums

and guests
Luboš Andršt – guitar, Ondřej Kabrna – piano, Matej Benko – piano, Roman Pokorný – guitar, Zdeněk „Wimpy“ Tichota – bass, Martin Gašpar – bass, Jan Linhart – drums, Marek Paterman – drums, Imran Musa Zangi – percussion and Veleband

Concert At The Castle
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290 CZK CD
Jiří Stivín
Concert At The Castle

the anniversary concert of Jiří Stivín's 65 at the Prague Castle, October 30, 2007

Jiří Stivín: flutes, saxophones, vocal
František Tomšíček: trumpet, Antonín Gondolán: double-bass, Cyril Zeleňák: drums, Jaroslav Šindler: guitar, Radek Krampl: vibraphone, Rudolf Dašek: guitar, Zdeněk "Wimpy" Tichota: bass guitar, Michal Hejna: drums

A Cultural Archaeology
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1290 CZK kniha
9783791352855
A Cultural Archaeology

The catalogue to the critically-acclaimed ECM exhibition at Munich’s Haus der Kunst is a handsome hardback volume, with rare photos, film stills, album artwork and drafts, and essays by Diedrich Diederichsen, Okwui Enwezor, Kodwo Eshun, Renée Green, Markus Müller, Wolfgang Sandner, and Jürg Stenzl. The book also contains a comprehensive chronology and discography of the ECM label, and biographies of artists and authors, as well as an extensive round-table talk with Manfred Eicher, Okwui Enwezor, Steve Lake, Karl Lippegaus, and Markus Müller. Available in English and German editions.


Edited by Okwui Enwezor and Markus Müller, Prestel Verlag, 2012
 
Hardcover book, 304 pages, 23 x 27 cm, 111 color images, 127 b/w images, faux leather binding with banderole

Canto di speranza
399 CZK  CD
028947668855
Bern Alois Zimmermann
Canto di speranza

Thomas Zehetmair: violin, Thomas Demenga: cello, Gerd Böckmann: voice, Robert Hunger-Bühler: voice, Andreas Schmidt: bass, WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln, Heinz Holliger: conductor

• Konzert (1950), für Violine und großes Orchester
• Canto di speranza (1952/57), Kantate für Violoncello und kleines Orchester
• Ich wandte mich und sah an alles Unrecht, das geschah unter der Sonne (1970), Ekklesiastische Aktion für zwei Sprecher, Bass-Solo und Orchester

Three keyfigures from ECM’s contemporary music roster – Heinz Holliger, Thomas Zehetmair, and Thomas Demenga – team up for an exceptional recording of three works by German post-war composer Bernd Alois Zimmermann. Zimmermann, almost half a generation older than the serialists such as Boulez and Stockhausen, integrated state-of-the-art compositional methods in his writing while constantly following his own independent, highly expressive musical language. The rhythmically energetic violin concerto (1950) which is partially based on twelve-tone models and cast in three movements, was soon hailed as a model for a post-war solo concerto, while “Canto di Speranza” (1953/57), a one-movement cello concerto, acccording to Zimmermann, emphasizes monologue and introvert meditation. “Ich wandte mich…” on the other hand is Zimmermann’s last work, finished only a few days before his suicide in 1970. Labelled by the composer as an “ecclesiastical action”, the 35-minute oratorio on biblical verse and the famous parable "The Grand Inquisitor" from Dostoevsky’s “Brothers Karamazov” is a deeply pessimistic “performance art” work - of the kind that flourished in Germany’s ‘Fluxus’ scene around 1970 - involving recitation, singing, and both gestural and acrobatic action.

Promise (The)
399 CZK  CD
602517733770
Vassilis Tsabropoulos
Promise (The)

Vassilis Tsabropoulos: piano

The versatile Greek pianist has already outlined a broad arc of musical possibility in his recordings for ECM – from post-Bill Evans jazz with Arild Andersen to explorations of Gurdjieff’s nomadic sound-world with Anja Lechner. “The Promise” picks up the implications of his earlier solo recital “Akroasis” (“Hypnotic and mysterious, shimmering like ancient mosaics” – The Independent), but is more rigorously composed, carefully casting arpeggios into deep pools of silence. All pieces are Tsabropoulos originals, with the exception of “Djivaeri”, a Greek traditional tune. The album was recorded in 2008 in the resonant space of Athens’ Megaron Concert Hall, with Manfred Eicher producing.

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