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Fujii, Satoko: Ninety-Nine Years

Label: Libra
Product Code: 25687
Catalog Code: 211-047
Country: Japan
 
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Composer-pianist Satoko Fujii's new Orchestra Berlin, a ten-piece ensemble, presents a powerful work written specifically for this group in thought-provoking compositions of and uninhibited energy, with performers including saxophonists Gebhard Ullmann, Paulina Owczarek & Matthias Schubert, trombonist Matthias Muller, bassist Jan Roder, and drummers Peter Orins and Michael Griener.


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Kern (Edith Steyer / Matthias Mueller / Yorgos Dimitriadis): Mittendrin

Label: Creative Sources
Product Code: 25016
Catalog Code: cs469
Country: Portugal
 
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Kern is the Berlin-based free improvising acoustic trio of clarinetist and saxophonist Edith Styer, trombonist Matthias Muller (Splitter Orchester, Xenon), and drummer Yorgos Dimitriadis (Fabric Trio, Glue), recording in the studio for 10 works of informed dialogs of great restraint and consummate control, from a mix of collective compositions and two from Steyer.


Schindler / Muller / Geisse: Quiet Notes and The Fascination of What's Complex [2 CDs]

Label: Creative Sources
Product Code: 23912
Catalog Code: cs399
Country: Portugal
 
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Muller, Matthias / Matthias Muche : MM Squared Session

Label: Creative Sources
Product Code: 21639
Catalog Code: CS306
Country: Portugal
 
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Two German trombonists, Matthias and Matthias Muche, extend the trombone language through four open improvisations using advanced techniques and bizarre language, each appropriately titled for phonemes, as the two players explore the strangest and most interesting sides of their instruments to the benefit of the intrepid listener.