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Takase, Aki / Alexander Von Schlippenbach: Four Hands Piano Pieces [VINYL]
Takase, Aki / Alexander Von Schlippenbach:
Four Hands Piano Pieces [VINYL]

(Trost Records -- Austria )


Price: $34.95    




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Composed over a period of thirty years, the eleven absolutely remarkable recording from the duo of husband and wife virtuoso piano improvisers and composers Aki Takase and Alexander von Schlippenbach, performing together on two grand pianos or, as the title describes, performing with four hands, is a stunning achievement in style, complement, and nearly telepathic dialog.

Takase, Aki / Alexander Von Schlippenbach: Four Hands Piano Pieces
Takase, Aki / Alexander Von Schlippenbach:
Four Hands Piano Pieces

(Trost Records -- Austria )


Price: $17.95    




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Composed over a period of thirty years, the eleven absolutely remarkable recording from the duo of husband and wife virtuoso piano improvisers and composers Aki Takase and Alexander von Schlippenbach, performing together on two grand pianos or, as the title describes, performing with four hands, is a stunning achievement in style, complement, and nearly telepathic dialog.

Schlippenbach Quartet (Schlippenbach / Parker / Silva / Lovens): Anticlockwise [VINYL]
Schlippenbach Quartet (Schlippenbach / Parker / Silva / Lovens):
Anticlockwise [VINYL]

(Cien Fuegos -- Austria )


Price: $34.95    




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Reissuing pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach's 1983 FMP album with his quartet of Evan Parker on soprano & tenor saxophones, Alan Silva on double bass and Paul Lovens on drums & percussion, a fertile period for the group, as heard in the probing and incisive free jazz through two extended improvisations captured live at the Quartier Latin in Berlin, Germany in 1982.

Schlippenbach, Alexander von : Globe Unity
Schlippenbach, Alexander von :
Globe Unity

(Corbett vs. Dempsey -- USA )


Price: $14.95    




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Wild, nearly unprecedented and an exhilarating direction in European Free Improvisation heard in the 1st recordings from 1966 of pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach's Globe Unity band, a 14-piece ensemble that included young saxophonists Peter Brötzmann, Gerd Dudek & Kris Wanders, bassist Peter Kowald, bass clarinetist Willem Breuker, trumpeter Manfred Schoof, &c.

Amado, Rodrigo Motion Trio / Alexander von Schlippenbach: The Field
Amado, Rodrigo Motion Trio / Alexander von Schlippenbach:
The Field

(NoBusiness -- Lithuania )


Price: $15.95    




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Portuguese tenor saxophonist Rodrigo Amado's Motion Trio with cellist Miguel Mira and drummer Gabriel Ferrandini in his bands 7th full album, recorded live at the 2019 Vilnius Jazz Festival in Lithuania performing with special guest, pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach, for an extended improvisation of masterfully evolving changes and dynamics.

Schubert / Schlippenbach / Blume: Forge
Schubert / Schlippenbach / Blume:
Forge

(Relative Pitch -- USA )


Price: $13.95    




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"Merge" aptly describes the nearly telepathic interplay between these three European Free Improv masters -- Alexander von Schlippenbach on piano, Frank Paul Schubert on alto & soprano saxophones, and Martin Blume on drums -- recorded live in 2019 at Ruhr Jazz Fest, in Bochum, Germany, for an expansive 47 minute improvisation and a brief "Forgin the Work" conclusion.

Schlippenbach Quartet: Three Nails Left
Schlippenbach Quartet:
Three Nails Left

(Corbett vs. Dempsey -- USA )


Price: $14.95    




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Remastered and with the original cover, the expanded Schlippenbach Trio of pianist Alexander Von Schlippenbach, saxophonist Evan Parker on soprano & tenor, drummer/percussionist Paul Lovens, and German double bassist Peter Kowald, a stellar group captured in two incredibly inventive concerts at Third New Jazz Festival Moers and at Quartier Latin in 1974 & 1975.

Schlippenbach, Alexander von / Dag Magnus Narvesen: Liminal Field
Schlippenbach, Alexander von / Dag Magnus Narvesen:
Liminal Field

(Not Two -- Poland )


Price: $15.95    




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The performing duo of pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach and drummer Dag Magnus Narvesen bring two strong voices from different generations of free improvisers, creating a unique sound that merges the creative energies and vocabulary of each in dynamic and subtle expressions of vigorous movements that unravel in layered improvisation, rewarding their listeners.

Mahall, Rudi / Alexander von Schlippenbach: So Far
Mahall, Rudi / Alexander von Schlippenbach:
So Far

(Relative Pitch -- USA )


Price: $13.95    




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Pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach and clarinetist Rudi Mahall have been exploring the music of jazz and free improvisation for decades in their own bands or together in Globe Unity Orchestra; here they are heard in their essential element as a duo, pushing their music in rapid runs and elegant and emotional moments with imposing technique and authoritative confidence.

Schlippenbach, Alexander Von: Friulian Sketches
Schlippenbach, Alexander Von:
Friulian Sketches

(psi -- Great Britain )


Price: $16.95    




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A classic European free-improvising trio lineup of Von Schlippenbach, Daniel D'agaro and Tristan Honsinger, 2008 studio recordings of amazing interaction.



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