Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion – A Mirror To Machaut (2013) [FLAC 24 bit, 88,2 kHz]

Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion - A Mirror To Machaut (2013) [FLAC 24 bit, 88,2 kHz] Download

Artist: Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion
Album: A Mirror To Machaut
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2013
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 88,2 kHz
Duration: 56:13
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 964 MB

Tracklist:

1. Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion – Hymn (07:29)
2. Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion – Douce dame jolie (01:39)
3. Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion – Saltarello (05:57)
4. Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion – Dame, se vous m’estes lointeinne (03:07)
5. Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion – Color (06:10)
6. Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion – Cantus planus (04:19)
7. Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion – De fortune me doy pleindre et loer (02:09)
8. Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion – Bohemia (08:16)
9. Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion – Linea (05:22)
10. Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion – Introït (06:06)
11. Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion – Complainte: Tels rit au main qui au soir pleure (05:34)

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In their second release, celebrated Berlin-based Swiss trombonist’s Euro-American band find common ground between avant jazz and the sophisticated court music of medieval masters Machaut and Dufay. Blaser takes a varied approach to the material, from faithful transcriptions to recompositions that freely adapt formal elements of the originals. The band members, long recognized for their contributions to jazz and beyond, play with a relaxed refinement that occasionally erupts in joyful abandon. Benoît Delbecq’s glowing audiophile production and Blaser’s colorful arrangements establish a continuity of mood and feeling that gives the record broad appeal. Blaser is ranked #7 on the Downbeat Critics Poll this year for trombone (August issue).“…brilliantly realized…[Blaser] reaches back to Italian composers of the Baroque and Renaissance, recontextualizing centuries-old themes and melodies via modern improvisation, more an act of resurrection than archaeology.” (Sean Brady, Downbeat)

“Fearlessly modern, yet respectfully regal, Blaser’s adventurous arrangements and reinterpretations offer the best of both worlds…Consort in Motion is a high-water mark in the enduring lineage of the Third Stream.” (Troy Collins, AllAboutJazz)

“…a complete modern master of his instrument.” (Robert Iannapollo, NYC Jazz Record)

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