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Артист: Bałdych Herman Duo Art Название: The New Tradition Жанр: Jazz Год выхода: 2014 О музыке:
Adam Bałdych - violin -|.▼.|- Yaron Herman - piano Треклист:
3. Sleep Safe and Warm
4. Letter for E.
6. Quo Vadis
7. Lamentation of Jeremiah
9. Canticles of Ecstasy
10. Preludium E Minor
- Жанр: Contemporary Jazz
- Производитель диска: EU
- Год издания: 2014
- Издатель (лейбл): ACT Music
- Номер по каталогу: ACT 9626-2
- Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac) 24 bits / 96 kHz
- Тип рипа: tracks
- Битрейт аудио: lossless
- Продолжительность: 48:14
- Источник (релизер): WEB (спасибо kivius)
- Наличие сканов: booklet.pdf
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After his acclaimed ACT debut, for which he was awarded as 'best international instrumentalist' with the german Jazz
Echo, Adam Baldych returns with Yaron Herman on the piano as a duo. Together they lose themselves in melodious virtuosity, which always explodes in
pure freedom in the end. An unbelievable energy will directly run through your body.
'Without doubt the greatest jazz violinist alive today. We can expect everything from him,' is what the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
newspaper wrote about Adam Baldych ACT debut 'Imaginary Room'. The young Pole is causing quite a stir on the European jazz scene with his
music. In Germany he won the ECHO Jazz in 2013. In his homeland he is treading in the massive footsteps of Leszek Możdżer, and the top echelons of
European jazz, the likes of Iiro Rantala, appreciate his skills, currently in his string trio. Musikmarkt calls Baldych a 'diabolically divine
violinist' and the Süddeutsche Zeitung considers him 'one of the biggest discoveries of contemporary European jazz'.
The Paris-based Israeli pianist Yaron Herman has long been at the spearhead of European jazz, and he is 'one of the most creative minds in the
jazz world' (Kulturnews). Baldych came across this pianist 'who can quite simply play everything – and everything always differently'
(Süddeutsche Zeitung) quite by chance: Siggi Loch put them on the stage together for the first time at the 'Jazz at the Berlin Philharmonic
II' concert in March 2013.
The chemistry was right from the outset. Two big musician personalities had found each other, and they simply had to continue on the same path from
that moment on, a path called 'The New Tradition': an expedition that cuts a new trail leading off from the beaten track. With total mutual
trust, Baldych and Herman set new standards in contemporary jazz. Seldom has a more intense and natural collaboration been heard. Not in a struggle
for supremacy, but instead masterfully and highly emotional, full of depth and soul, Baldych and Herman simply make music. And in doing so they prove
that you don't need big ensembles to magic moments.
Making music has always been a way for me to fulfill my dreams, to challenge myself and to travel through uncharted lands. The stories of those lands,
filtered through my personality, is what I share in a musical form with my listeners. After the release of my previous album, “Imaginary Room”, I
had the opportunity to share the stage of the Berlin Philharmonic with Yaron Herman. It was an extraordinary, magical moment for me. I felt as if I
have taken a deep breath and have found new impulses. A very classic duo of violin and piano turned out to be astonishingly fresh and opened up new
creative possibilities for me. By scaling back and using only two instruments I was able to showcase my music in a very detailed view, to focus on the
music's structure, its' colour, the vibrations of the strings, the whisper of the bow.
The theme of “The New Tradition” album is a very important one. Tradition is my point of reference. Who am I? Where do I come from? Where do I go?
Classical European music, Polish folk-music, Polish jazz – this is my tradition, this is what surrounded me in my formative years and this is what
my music refers to. This album is another dream fulfilled, one that I would like to share with you.