℗ 2009 Songlines Recordings
 

Where Is Pannonica?

Andy Milne, Benoît Delbecq

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“… a strangely beautiful album …”
- The New York Times

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1
Portrait of Giorgio Thelos
Andy Milne; Benoît Delbecq
4:44
2
Task Sharing
Andy Milne; Benoît Delbecq
3:17
3
Divide Comedy
Andy Milne; Benoît Delbecq
5:57
4
Ice Storm
Andy Milne; Benoît Delbecq
6:36
5
Le même jour
Andy Milne; Benoît Delbecq
4:39
6
Mu-turn
Andy Milne; Benoît Delbecq
6:21
7
Chander Logic
Andy Milne; Benoît Delbecq
6:04
8
Pyramides
Andy Milne; Benoît Delbecq
3:16
9
Water's Edge Part I
Andy Milne; Benoît Delbecq
2:51
10
Water's Edge Part II
Andy Milne; Benoît Delbecq
4:59
11
Trespassing
Andy Milne; Benoît Delbecq
3:02
Total Playing Time    51:46
"... seals the longstanding, twinlike affinity between pianists Milne and Delbecq ... this pairing is a match made in organic heaven ..."
- All About Jazz

A piano duo project like no other, Where Is Pannonica? brings together two longtime friends, Andy Milne and Benoît Delbecq, for a three-week composing and recording residency at the Banff Centre in the Rockies, where they originally met in 1990. On this 2009 release these two master performers, each with his own fully evolved style, discover and nurture an almost magical affinity. Beyond a virtuosic exploration of extended pianistics and a cogent, highly entertaining presentation of improvisational intelligence, Where Is Pannonica? is a step outside the box, opening onto barely explored conceptual and sonic realms of audio art.
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