The third CD of Objets Trouves, which translates to "a natural or discarded object found by chance and held to have aesthetic value", from Gabriela Friedli (piano), Co Streiff (sax), Dieter Ulrich (percussion) and Jan Schlegel (bass).
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Catalog ID: INT225
Squidco Product Code: 18321
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded live at Maiers Theater Zurich by Jeroen Visser on November 4th and 5th, 2011.
Co Streiff-alto saxophone, soprano saxophone
Dieter Ulrich-drums, bugle
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"Dieter Ulrich (12 October 1958 in Zurich) is a Swiss jazz and free improvisation musician (percussion, flugelhorn) and art historian.
Ulrich had piano lessons from Irma Schaichet from 1965 to 1980. He learned also playing percussion by self study from 1972. He played at first in several bands with Harald Haerter.
In 1988, he played with his own quintet in the Jazz Festival Zurich. He participated also in Daniel Mouthon's projects. He was a member of the trio AfroGarage with Christoph Baumann and Jacques Siron and appeared in many international festivals."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dieter_Ulrich)
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1. Gesang Der Nacht 19:59
2. Terris Hut 5:25
3. Weisser Zwerg 8:28
4. Equilibre Tendu 7:40
5. Faden Der Ariadne 10:30
6. Straying Horn 5:44
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"Two women and two men form this quartet - all distinctive individualists, ranking among the most distinguished musicians on the Swiss scene. Gabriela Friedli is the top-class pianist who penned all these compositions. Her playing shows a mastery of ingenious twists and turns, journeying from delicate, dreamy elegies to powerful rolling thunder. Saxophonist Co Streiff plays with panache, warmth and spirit. In her strongly melodic solos one note evolves from another with an almost logical consistency. Percussionist Dieter Ulrich moves with elegance and agility through a kaleidoscope of sound spaces. Jan Schlegel provides a solid foundation with his eloquence on the six string bass guitar, but he also imports into the otherwise purely acoustic proceedings an entirely different world of electronic sounds. Whether he's attaching clips or springs to strings, or foot-stamping on his collection of distortion boxes, Schlegel's electronics repeatedly paint different colours on the music, making it sizzle with electric energy. Founded in 1999, the group has been refining its concept continuously over the years. Fresh Juice is the third CD of Objets Trouvé,s."-Intakt
European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
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