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Schwarm 13: At Studioboerne45 (Creative Sources)

Schwarm, or "Swarm", 13 is a German ensemble performing instant compositions, directed by clarinetist Rudi Debrunner and saxophonist Max Stehle, who also provides conceptions for the band, which is comprised of reeds, guitar, violin, viola, cello, piano, percussion, double bass, and voice, presenting (appropriately) 13 improvisations captured live at Studioboerne45.
 

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Jens Albrecht-soprano saxophone, baritone saxophone

Hartmut Arweiler-guitar

Tatjana Bielke-voice

Gudrun Doberenz-voice

Frank Fiedler-percussion

Rosmarie Jager-piano

Klaus Kurvers-double bass

Heiko Lochel-bassoon

Lothar Ohlmeier-tenor saxophone

Dietrich Petzold-violin, viola

Dale Rickert-cello

Ruedi Debrunner-clarinets, direction

Max Stehle-alto saxophone, direction, conception


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UPC: 5609063406078

Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs607
Squidco Product Code: 27616

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2019
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded live at Studioboerne 45, in Berlin, Germany, on November 24th, 2018, by Dietrich Petzold.

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Schwarm, or "Swarm", 13 is a German ensemble performing instant compositions, directed by clarinetist Rudi Debrunner and saxophonist Max Stehle, who also provides conceptions for the band, which is comprised of reeds, guitar, violin, viola, cello, piano, percussion, double bass, and voice, presenting (appropriately) 13 improvisations captured live at Studioboerne45.


Artist Biographies

"Klaus Kürvers, born 1950 in Essen (Germany), doublebass studies 1964-68 among others with Peter Trunk. During the late sixties member of the Essen Jazz groups ("Free Jazz" since 1967); 1969-71 in Cologne with the Jazz-Rock-Group "Eiliff" (w / Rainer Brüninghaus). Interupted 1971-2006 his public music activities for his studies and professional scientific career as an architect and cultural historian in Berlin. Since 2006 resumption of his musical activities as part of the Berlin improvisers' scene. Performing bassist again since 2009."

-Klaus Kurvers Website (translated by Google) (https://ausland-berlin.de/klaus-kurvers)
5/23/2024

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"Dietrich Petzold (born January 8, 1954 in Eisenach0 is a German violinist, composer and audio book director.

Petzold grew up as a son of the church musician and composer Johannes Petzold in Eisenach and Weimar, where he completed a classical violin training from 1959 to 1970. Since 1975 he has been freelance as a violinist and violinist in various occupations, LP and CD productions, film and TV (including: Klaus Lenz -Big-Band, Uschi Brüning & Co., Stefan Diestelmann Folk Blues Band, Toto Blanke, Manialdi - Quartett, Zülfü Livaneli, Maria Farantouri, Mikis Theodorakis, Chris Jarrett, Zotos Kompania, Michael Griener, Wu Wei, Johannes Bauer, Butch Morris.

Since 1980, Dietrich Petzold has been composing for theater, film and television (including DEFA, Deutsches Theater Berlin, Landestheater Schwerin, Landestheater Greifswald / Stralsund, Kleist Theater Frankfurt, Hackesches Hoftheater, Neues Theaterhalle, Junges Theater Zürich, Staatstheater Cottbus, Hochschule For film and television "Konrad Wolf", Teatret Vart, Molde / Norway).

Since the founding of his "office for applied music " tonus arcus also developed music for radio plays and radio features (among others for DS culture, SWF, MDR, ORB, SFB, NDR, DR, ORF, Hörbuch-Verlag, RBB0, Jazz and chamber music productions (among others for Germany radio, Germany Radio Culture, RAI III, Radioropa, ZDF, Radio Toscana Classica). Dietrich Petzold lives in Berlin. He is chairman of the Kulturinitiative Förderband e. V. and has a daughter."

-Wikipedia (Translated by Google) (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dietrich_Petzold)
5/23/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Untitled 7:28

2. Untitled 6:59

3. Untitled 2:44

4. Untitled 10:20

5. Untitled 6:52

6. Untitled 11:07

7. Untitled 5:42

8. Untitled 4:12

9. Untitled 6:11

10. Untitled 6:23

11. Untitled 2:30

12. Untitled 4:20

13. Untitled 4:39

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