The 2nd CD for the quartet of Gabriela Friedli, Co Streiff, Jan Schlegel und Dieter Ulrich, lyric playful melodic lines with erratically pulsating accents of drum and bass.
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Catalog ID: INT159
Squidco Product Code: 11590
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded by Martin Pearson at Radio Studio DRS, June 2008. Mixed and Mastered at Platinum One by Martin Pearson.
Co Streiff-Alto saxophone, Soprano Saxophone
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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. Salz In Kleinen Dingen - Objets 9:39
2. Rosinen 12:56
3. En Gedi 7:22
4. Gwindel 7:20
5. Güscht 6:57
6. Mehr Rosinen 11:04
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"For ten years four of the most willful musicians from Zurich are working together in the Quartett Objets Trouvés: Gabriela Friedli, Co Streiff, Jan Schlegel und Dieter Ulrich. They are personalities who have made a name for themselves internationally from their numerous projects. Now Objets Trouvés presents its second CD. "it's hard to find other jazz composers who interweave the lyric playful melodic lines of saxophone and piano with the erratically pulsating accents of drum and bass as artfully as Gabriela Friedli", writes the jazz critic Christian Rentsch in the Liner notes. "The provocative magic of Friedli's and Schlegel's compositions lies in the dialectic of fixed form and openness. Their pieces are great examples for a new kind of compositions: the concisely staged incompleteness, the precisely notated ambiguity open thousands of surprising possibilities."-Intakt
European Improvisation and Experimental Forms
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