Cover Supernova (Live)

Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2019

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
18.01.2019

Label: CD Accord

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Chamber Music

Das Album enthält Albumcover Booklet (PDF)

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Formate & Preise

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FLAC 88.2 $ 16,70
  • Krzysztof Lenczowski (b. 1986):
  • 1Supernova (Live)07:42
  • Dawid Lubowicz (b. 1981):
  • 2Toccata (Live)07:39
  • Krzysztof Lenczowski:
  • 3Fale (Live)07:14
  • Hanna Kulenty (b. 1961):
  • 4Concerto Rosso (Live)13:57
  • Michał Zaborski (b. 1978):
  • 5Melody of the Prairie (Live)07:31
  • Mateusz Smoczyński (b. 1984):
  • 6Cosmos (Live)12:38
  • Dawid Lubowicz:
  • 7Za wcześnie (Live)07:15
  • Mateusz Smoczyński:
  • 8Happy (Live)05:04
  • Total Runtime01:09:00

Info zu Supernova (Live)

Bewegungsreich, nicht originell: ‘Supernova’ nennt sich ein Album mit dem polnischen ‘Atom String Quartet’, und dem ‘NFM Leopoldinum Orchestra’ unter Christian Danowicz. Das live aufgenommene Album enthält Kompositionen von Mitgliedern des ‘Atom String Quartet’, Dawid Lubowicz, Mateusz Smoczynski und Michal Zaborski für Jazz-Streichquartett und Streichorchester sowie ‘Concerto Rosso’ – ein neues Stück der polnischen Komponistin Hanna Kulenta-Majoor. Es sind allesamt bewegungsreiche Kompositionen mehr oder weniger modernen Charakters, denen das wirklich Originelle fehlt.

Atom String Quartet
NFM Leopoldinum Orchestra
Christian Danowicz, Dirigent




Atom String Quartet
An improvisatory string quartet opens up the hidden region between classical and jazz, riffing off music from around the world.

Atom String Quartet is both an astonishing classical ensemble and a renowned Polish jazz band. Made up of two violins, viola and cello, the group creates an almost indefinable sound.

They add Polish folk, contemporary and classical to the brew, with refreshingly intriguing results.

Classical music has always provided the best jazz players with a technical and theoretical basis. Many musicians on the current jazz scene, including Shabaka Hutchings, Sarah Tandy and Cassie Kinochi, emerged from a classical background.

Conversely, classical composers down the ages, for example, Ravel, Ligeti, Stravinsky and Mark-Antony Turnage, have drawn significant inspiration from jazz and popular music.

The rich history of jazz and classical feeding into each other to forge a new path was first formalized by the music critic Gunther Schuller under the term ‘third stream’.



Booklet für Supernova (Live)

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