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This release features works such as "Summertime", "What a Diffrence a Day made", "You don't know what Love is" or "Spiegel i'm Spiegel" for piano and double bass from the wide fields of jazz and classical music, "embraced" by a very special sound of the "duo Roeck Jaeger". The musicians write about their album, which was produced in the "silence", but by no means in "musical stagnation" of recent times: "Blue sound. Deep focus. Embracement. This is what awaits you with this recording. Not condensed or complex harmony? the tone, the sound characterizes our recording, borne by the spirit of internalization. The silence between the notes creates a connection. Improvisation sometimes demands too much. We, on the other hand, long for simplicity: for a sound that expresses what is essential, a sound that goes inward and slows everything down."
This release features works such as "Summertime", "What a Diffrence a Day made", "You don't know what Love is" or "Spiegel i'm Spiegel" for piano and double bass from the wide fields of jazz and classical music, "embraced" by a very special sound of the "duo Roeck Jaeger". The musicians write about their album, which was produced in the "silence", but by no means in "musical stagnation" of recent times: "Blue sound. Deep focus. Embracement. This is what awaits you with this recording. Not condensed or complex harmony? the tone, the sound characterizes our recording, borne by the spirit of internalization. The silence between the notes creates a connection. Improvisation sometimes demands too much. We, on the other hand, long for simplicity: for a sound that expresses what is essential, a sound that goes inward and slows everything down."
4250702801566

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Format: CD
Label: Tyxart
Rel. Date: 06/17/2022
UPC: 4250702801566

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This release features works such as "Summertime", "What a Diffrence a Day made", "You don't know what Love is" or "Spiegel i'm Spiegel" for piano and double bass from the wide fields of jazz and classical music, "embraced" by a very special sound of the "duo Roeck Jaeger". The musicians write about their album, which was produced in the "silence", but by no means in "musical stagnation" of recent times: "Blue sound. Deep focus. Embracement. This is what awaits you with this recording. Not condensed or complex harmony? the tone, the sound characterizes our recording, borne by the spirit of internalization. The silence between the notes creates a connection. Improvisation sometimes demands too much. We, on the other hand, long for simplicity: for a sound that expresses what is essential, a sound that goes inward and slows everything down."
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