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Ajivtal

Janis Steprans

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1
Shades of White
Janis Steprans
7:40
2
Luna's Tune
Janis Steprans
7:30
3
Ajivtal
Janis Steprans
6:43
4
Rebirth
Janis Steprans
6:53
5
Chambre No. 5
Janis Steprans
7:10
6
One for Vedady O
Janis Steprans
7:57
7
Suite de Thèmes Lettons
Janis Steprans
8:25
8
That Ole Devil Called Love
Janis Steprans
5:25
9
Un autre orignal
Janis Steprans
8:14
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:57
Janis Steprans is a saxophonist, composer and educator from Montréal, Canada. Ajivtal is his sixth release and first with the quintet format. The title track is inspired by a composition entitled Airegin by saxophonist Theodore "Sonny" Rollins. An exotic motif in Ajivtal evokes Russian, Middle Eastern and Jewish music, a reflection of Steprans's own origins and musical influences, paying homage to the country of his ancestors, Latvija.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Effendi Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 9 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth

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