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Domeniconi / Schlegel / Suter  : Quince Dreams (Creative Sources)

Three versatile improvisers with pedigrees including Christian Weber, Christian Wolfarth, Objets Trouves, Big Bold Back Bone, &c, the Swiss trio of Roberto Domeniconi on piano, Jan Schlegel on electric bass, and Sheldon Suter on drums use unusual and extended techniques integrated within free improv in this coproduction with RSI Rete Due Radiotelevision, Switzerland.
 

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Roberto Domeniconi-piano

Jan Schlegel-electric bass

Sheldon Suter-drums


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UPC: 5609063404951

Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs495
Squidco Product Code: 25505

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2018
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at Studio 2 RSI, in Lugano-Besso, Switzerland, on June 5th and 6th, 2016.

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Three versatile improvisers with pedigrees including Christian Weber, Christian Wolfarth, Objets Trouves, Big Bold Back Bone, &c, the Swiss trio of Roberto Domeniconi on piano, Jan Schlegel on electric bass, and Sheldon Suter on drums use unusual and extended techniques, with a strong ea-improv feel and sensibility that is integrated within more traditional free jazz. This recording is a coproduction with RSI Rete Due Radiotelevision, Switzerland.


Artist Biographies

"The autodidact Roberto Domeniconi received his musical basics from Vreni Schär. This was followed by studies including Irène Schweizer (free improvisation), Ed Tomassi (jazz improvisation), Herb Pomeroy (jazz composition, arranging), Earl Dean, Ray Santisi (piano), Tom Rhea (music synthesis). He completed jazz composition at Berklee College of Music, Boston MA. His musical activities include: music for theater, film, TV, concerts and recordings with Norbert Pfammatter, Nathanael Su, Dan Fox, David Boato, Lars Lindvall, Bruno Amstad, Hans Koch, Saheb Sarbib, Mark Whitecage, Fredy Studer, Jan Schlegel, Achim Escher, Lawrence "Butch" Morris, Hämi Hämmerli, Matt Garrison, Bobby Burri, Christian Weber, Peter Schärli, Olivier Glissant, Joe Cunningham, Melvin Butler, Makaya Nshoko."

-Hochschule Luzer Website (Translated by Google) (https://www.hslu.ch/en/lucerne-university-of-applied-sciences-and-arts/about-us/people-finder/profile/?pid=383)
6/12/2024

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"Jan Schlegel was born in 1964. In the 1980s he attended the Jazz School Lucerne and completed studies in New York (Ken McIntyre). Since 1989 he has made countless appearances at home and abroad with various ensembles (solo to big band). At the center of his artistic work is free improvisation paired with composition, and this in the wider environment of jazz, contemporary music, rock to noise. A matter of the heart are the working bands such as "Objets Trouvés", "Noisy Minority", "Tresbass", "Cheap Farmer", the duo with Luigi Archetti, "Quittology", "Bass Quartet", among others Jan Schlegel is also a member of Ensemble Zampugn (Daniel Ott). Since 1990 he teaches at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences.

Cooperation with:

Gabriela Friedli, Co Streiff, Dieter Ulrich, Omri Brick, Peter Landis, Herbert Kramis, Marco Käppeli, Jürg Wickihalder, Yves Reichmuth, Nick Gutersohn, Manuela Keller, Roberto Domeniconi, Sheldon Suter, Natalia Sidler, Marco von Orelli, Urs Blöchlinger, Burhan Oecal, Martin Schlumpf, Lukas Heuss, Markus Schoenholzer, Oliver Schmid, Martin Gantenbein, Urs Röllin, Tiziana Jelmini, Claudio Lodati, Irene Swiss, Urs Voerkel, Ellen Christi, Tom Varner, Urs Leimgruber, Christian Wolfarth, Michael Griener, Christoph Thewes Fredy Studer, Saadet Türköz, Charlotte Hug, Christophe Dufaux, Simon Piccard, Daniel Studer, Herman Bühler, Claudia Binder, Marius Peyer, Lionel Friedli, Bruno Amstad, Hans Koch, Christoph Gantert, Urban Lienert, Hanspeter Pfammater, Susann Wehrli, Karin Ernst , Joke Lanz, Wu Wei, Ray Anderson, Toby Pingler, Christoph Baumann, Christian Weber, Peter K Frey, Lina Allemano, and others."

-Hochschule Luzern Website (Translated by Google) (https://www.hslu.ch/en/lucerne-university-of-applied-sciences-and-arts/about-us/people-finder/profile/?pid=468)
6/12/2024

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Drummer Sheldon Suter, born on 22/2/1971 in Locarno, TI, Switzerland, is a member of Musique Brute, Big Bold Back Bone, Marco von Orelli 6, Jurg Wickihalder Orchestra.

-Squidco 6/12/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Scacciapensieri 3:19

2. Quittology 7:24

3. Notte Bianca 4:21

4. Dark 5:42

5. Blue Curry 3:39

6. Nimbus 6:40

7. Autogrill 3:07

8. Die Pauke und das Silber 4:52

9. Americana 47 4:24

Related Categories of Interest:


Creative Sources
Improvised Music
Free Improvisation
Electro-Acoustic
Electro-Acoustic Improv
European Improvisation, Composition and Experimental Forms
Trio Recordings
Piano Trio (Piano Bass Drums)

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