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Pospieszalski, Marek Octet

No Other End Of The World Will There Be

Pospieszalski, Marek Octet: No Other End Of The World Will There Be (Clean Feed)

Continuing his project dedicated to 20th century Polish composers, saxophonist Marek Pospieszalski leads his creative octet through open and collectively improvised arrangements of works from six Polish female composers — Barbara Buczek, Elżbieta Sikora, Grażyna Pstrokońska-Nawratil and Marta Ptaszyńska — in wide-ranging and often startling impressions of the original works.
 

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Marek Pospieszalski-soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, clarinet, tape

Piotr Checki-tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone

Tomasz Dabrowski-trumpet

Tomasz Sroczynski-viola

Szymon Mika-electric guitar, acoustic guitar

Grzegorz Tarwid-piano

Max Mucha-double bass

Qba Janicki-drums, soundboard


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UPC: 5609063006339

Label: Clean Feed
Catalog ID: CF633CD
Squidco Product Code: 33465

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2023
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at Sacrum Profanum Festival, in Krakow, Poland, in September, 2022, by Tomasz Kubiak.

Descriptions, Reviews, &c.

"Marek Pospieszalski continues the project dedicated to the twentieth-century Polish school of composition, this time focusing on the works of women. Starting from the String Quartet No. 1 by Grażyna Bacewicz, to the first compositions by Agata Zubel. Just like on the well-received first album, here too the octet does not use scores, the main emphasis is on collective improvisation. Original compositions are a pretext to create impressions on the basis of great works that tell about the current times, as evidenced by the use of means from the world of sound design, noise and electronic music. This time the forms of the works are concise, but full of sudden twists, multicolored, and sometimes radical like the work of Polish female composers. It is a great opportunity to present eleven outstanding artists, e.g. Barbara Buczek, Elżbieta Sikora, Grażyna Pstrokońska-Nawratil and Marta Ptaszyńska. The title of the new album was taken from "A Song on the End of the World", a composition by Agata Zubel to words by Czesław Miłosz, and it seems to resonate strongly today."-Clean Feed



"The saxophonist and composer Marek Pospieszalski treated the enthusiasts of improvised sounds with an excellent, ultra-modern triptych. After the album "Dürer's Mother" and "Polish Composers of the 20th Century" there is another release: the album "No Other End Of The World Will There Be" dedicated to Polish composers. It is a kind of jazz group of Polish Composers.

In this year's Jazz Forum critics' poll, Marek Pospieszalski was honored with the Music of the Year title, and his album "Polish Composers of the 20th Century" was chosen the Album of the Year. Similar awards were given to the artist as part of the prestigious Grand Prix Melomani (Artist of the Year, Album of the Year). The saxophonist has been active on the music scene for many years, mainly in his own projects (Maldives, Marek Pospieszalski Quartet, Marek Pospieszalski Quartet). In 2022, he made two albums that were well received by the audience and critics: "Dürer's Mother" and "Polish Composers of 20th Century" (this project became the reason for inviting the Sacrum Profanum festival to material with Polish female composers). Both albums were released by the renowned Portuguese label Clean Feed Records, thanks to which the music of the Polish artist gained international fame, making Marek Pospieszalski one of the most interesting Polish artists.

This time Marek Pospieszalski's octet (Marek Pospieszalski - soprano, alto & tenor saxophone, clarinet & tape, Piotr Chęcki - tenor & baritone saxophone, Tomasz Dąbrowski - trumpet, Tomasz Sroczyński - viola, Szymon Mika - electric guitar & acoustic guitar, Grzegorz Tarwid - piano, Max Mucha-double bass, Qba Janicki-drums & soundboard) continues the project dedicated to the 20th-century Polish school of composition, now focusing on the works of women. Original compositions are a pretext to create impressions based on great works about the present (as evidenced by the use of means from the world of sound design, noise and electronic music). The forms of the works are concise, full of sudden twists, multicolored, and sometimes radical, such as the works of composers Barbara Buczek, Elżbieta Sikora, Grażyna Pstrokońska - Nawratil or Marta Ptaszyńska. Starting from the "1st String Quartet" by Grażyna Bacewicz, to compositions by Bernadetta Matuszczak ("Libera Me"), Agata Zubel ("Song about the End of the World"), Hanna Kulenty ("Breathe") or Lucia Dlugoszewski ("Angel of the Inmost Heaven" ). As in previous albums, the octet does not use scores, placing the main emphasis on collective improvisation, and original compositions are a pretext for creating their own, original associations."-Madalena, jazz.pl


Artist Biographies

"Marek Pospieszalski is one of the most promising musicians in Europe according to German magazine JazzThing. His musical education has been greatly influenced by his family and the environment around the band Tie Break. His environment is a broadly understood and unlimited improvised music. At the same time, Pospieszalski draws on a variety of genres and styles, often going beyond the usual patterns.

He has made joint albums with such artists as Marco Eneidi and Dennis Gonzalez. He leads his own quartet (with Elias Stemeseder, Max Mucha and Max Andrzejewski) and the Malediwy duo with Qba Janicki. He is also one of the pillars of Wojtek Mazolewski's quintet. He performed among others in Japan, China, India, the United States, Norway, Sweden, England, Ireland, France, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Turkey, Romania, Greece. As a session musician, he has taken part in dozens of radio and television concerts and recorded several dozen albums."

-Periscope (https://www.periscope-lyon.com/en/artists/marek-pospieszalski-2/)
7/10/2024

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"Piotr Checki, born 1989, Poland is a saxophonist known for the groups Algorhythm, Jaskułke Sextet, Kamil Piotrowicz Quintet, Kamil Piotrowicz Sextet, and Michał Bąk Quartetto."

-Discogs (https://www.discogs.com/artist/4349209-Piotr-Ch%C4%99cki)
7/10/2024

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"Praised by DownBeat Magazine as one of Europe's most versatile and curious players, Polish-born trumpeter Tomasz Dąbrowski - Scandinavian-based musician and composer makes music that whispers then screams; beautiful, open melodies merging into non-trumpet-like noise.

With nine albums released under his own name and dozens of recordings as a co-leader and sideman, he is considered as one of the most active and gifted trumpeters and composers in Europe. Dividing his time between solo projects and cooperating with some of the finest musicians of the day in Europe, South America and Asia. His strong, instantly-recognizable sound and expressive playing are inspired by Eastern European folk, free jazz and contemporary avant-garde music.

Tomasz has mostly been known for his work with TOM TRIO [debut album nominated 2013 to the Fryderyk Award - Polish Music Industry Award], Japanese quartet AD HOC, FREE4ARTS, OCEAN FANFARE, and string of concerts S-O-L-O: 30th Birthday / 30 Concerts / 30 Cities. The youngest member of Globe Unity who worked with great artists, such as Tomasz Stańko, Evan Parker, Kris Davis, Tyshawn Sorey, Fredrik Lundin, Maria Faust, Riccardo Del Fra, Michiyo Yagi, Hiroshi Minami and Marilyn Mazur. Dąbrowski is a member of a Danish musician-run collective and record label Barefoot Records.

Tomasz Dąbrowski has always been rejecting the conventions of lineup choice: starting with a trio without a harmonic instrument, forming duos with drums and a trio with piano and drums to playing solo trumpet concerts. Working with string orchestra, writing for big band and experimenting with dance and theater. Always looking for new sounds, textures and forms of expression, proving that the unconventional has its peculiar colour and is beautiful in its own way."

-Tomasz Dabrowski Website (http://www.tomdabrowski.com/en/bioprojects)
7/10/2024

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Tomasz Sroczyński is a Polish violin and viola player, leader of the Tomasz Sroczyński Trio. He has composed and realized two symphonies for violin and sampler.

-Discogs (https://www.discogs.com/artist/3786756-Tomasz-Sroczy%C5%84ski)
7/10/2024

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"Szymon Mika (born 1991) - one of the most talented guitarists of young generation, prizewinner of International Jarek Śmietana Jazz Guitar Competition, Grand Prix Jazz Nad Odrą and many more.

Recognized for great technique and sound he also delights audience with uncommon maturity. Great personalities such as Peter Bernstein, Mike Stern and John Abercrombie have expressed their admiration for his talent.

Szymon has played on numerous national and international festivals (for example Montreux Jazz Festival, Jazz Fest Wien) and participated in many jazz workshops.

In 2016 he graduated with master degree from Music Academy in Katowice, he continued his studies in Basel at Jazz Campus. In 2017-2018 he participated in Fousyear program where he was working on music and performing with Avishai Cohen, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Dave Holland, Mark Turner, Joshua Redman to name a few.

On daily basis he shares the stage with top Polish jazz musicians, being a part of original music projects.

He's also a composer, three CDs with some of his original music have so far been released: "Organ Spot" by Organ Spot, "Popyt" by Mateusz Pałka/Szymon Mika Quartet and his last trio albums: "Unseen" and "Togetherness" recorded with Polish bassist Max Mucha and Israeli/American drummer - Ziv Ravitz."

-Szymon Mika Website (https://www.szymonmika.com/bio-english/)
7/10/2024

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"Grzegorz Tarwid - pianist and composer. He has gathered experience from many masters of Polish pianism: first from the veteran of traditional jazz Wojciech Kamiński, then Andrzej Jagodziński and Michał Tokaj. He has moved then to Copenhagen to study and be inspired by the Danish free improvised school: Jacob Anderskov and Carsten Dahl. He toured with Zbigniew Namysłowski, Maciej Obara but also with Marcin Masecki and Jan Młynarski. He co-creates: trio Sundial with Wojciech Jachna and Albert Karch, duo Diomede with saxophonist Tomasz Markanicz, SPRZEDAM project with Macio Moretti and Jędrzej Łagodziński and Alfons Slik with Szymon Gąsiorek. He was a curator of the Piano Room festival in Warsaw club SPATiF in January 2019."

-Grzegorz Tarwid Website (http://tarwid.pl/en/about-me/)
7/10/2024

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"Max Mucha: Jazz double bass player, graduate of the Jazz Institute of the Academy of Music in Katowice. He currently lives in Berlin and is active on the Polish and European music scene. He has cooperated with such musicians as Dominik Wania, Adam Pierończyk, Mateusz Pospieszalski, Maciej Obara, Kuba Płużek, Elias Stemeseder, Max Andrzejewski, Szymon Mika. He has performed at many European festivals, including the Jazzfest Berlin, Moers Festival, Warsaw Summer Jazz Days. Winner of many awards at European festivals, such as: Jazz Hoileaart in Belgium, Getxo Jazz in Spain or Jazz Juniors."

-GoOut (https://goout.net/en/max-mucha/pztxleg/)
7/10/2024

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"Qba Janicki [Bydgoszcz/Kraków] - Born on 6th February 1989 in Bydgoszcz, Poland. He started to play drums at age of 4, at age of 15 he started to use electronics. From his early years he have played with lots of different musicians during rehearsal brakes of bands which were practicing in MÓZG club in Bydgoszcz. Then at age of 11 He started to study timpani and percussion at PZSM im. Artura Rubinsteina in Bydgoszcz, at class of Miroslaw Zyta. After 13 years of practicing, mostly alone, and searching for his own techniques and sounds he started to play in public. In 2008 He became a student of Cracow Music Academy at Stanislaw Welanyk's timpani and percussion class, then in 2009 He started to study drums and percussion on jazz and modern music department at the same academy. His main theory in playing music is to play what makes you happy, no matter what genre it is. His main roots are in traditional percussion, classical and improvised music, but he is also performing rock, electronic.

-Mixcloud (https://www.mixcloud.com/QbaJanicki/)
7/10/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Sikora 7:00

2. Matuszczak 6:17

3. Dlugoszewski 4:33

4. Bacewicz 5:23

5. Buczkowna 5:41

6. Kulenty 7:50

7. Moszumanska-Nazar 6:25

8. Pstrokonska-Nawratil 6:35

9. Ptaszynska 7:39

10. Zubelno Other End Of The World Will There Be 6:48

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