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Jazz At Berlin Philharmonic I

Iiro Rantala, Michael Wollny, Leszek Możdżer

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Goldberg Variations, BWV 988  
1
Aria (arr. by I. Rantala)
Iiro Rantala
7:12
2
Tears for Esbjörn
Iiro Rantala; Michael Wollny
6:53
3
Hexentanz
Michael Wollny
10:22
4
No Message
Leszek Możdżer
5:28
5
Incognitor
Leszek Możdżer
5:33
6
Svantetic
Iiro Rantala; Leszek Możdżer; Michael Wollny
6:34
7
Suffering
Iiro Rantala; Leszek Możdżer
8:08
8
Armando's Rhumba
Iiro Rantala; Leszek Możdżer; Michael Wollny
6:16
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    56:26
Pianists Iiro Rantala, Michael Wollny and Leszek Mozdzer are at the forefront of this project to resurrect the 70-year-old vision of late jazz impresario Norman Grantz. In 1944, Grantz decided the best place for a jazz concert would be in a classical music hall and created the original Jazz at the Philharmonic series of live shows, which endured for 20 years. A new concert series held in the Chamber Music Hall of the Berlin Philharmonic is continuing Grantz's groundbreaking idea. For the first time in its 25 year history, the Berlin Philharmonic Kammermusiksaal was completely sold out for a jazz concert, with an audience of 1200. This live recording from that inaugural concert in December 2012 captures the three pianists as soloists, in duos and as a trio, proving that jazz can break down the rigid old borders between "serious" and "entertaining" music. They showed an audience of largely classical fans that, in no uncertain terms, classical and jazz are anything but opposites.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ACT Music and Vision Studio Masters

Recorded live in concert at the Berlin Philharmonic (Kammermusiksaal), December 11, 2012.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Walter Quintus Piano tuning by Thomas Hübsch.
Photo: Steven Haberland (Rantala), Jörg Grosse-Gelderman (Wollny) & Anna Wloch (Możdżer).

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