Claus Højensgård, Emanuele Maniscalco, Nelide Bandello - Høbama download album
- Performer: Claus Højensgård
- Title: Høbama
- Genre: Jazz
- Formats: AAC MOD DXD MIDI AIFF MP3 AUD
- Released: 2018
- Style: Avant-garde Jazz
- MP3 album: 1117 mb
- FLAC album: 1862 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
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The music of høbama draws a direct inspiration from the European and American free jazz of the sixties and seventies - especially from the smaller free "chamber ensembles" of such individuals as Jimmy Giuffre, Paul Bley, or Steve Swallow. It can be described as a journey through an improvised landscapes with short stops at themes and compositions. The trio was born in spring of 2016 during the Danish composer and trumpeter Claus Højensgård’s two-years stay in Bologna in Italy. And from there the Scandinavian airiness and the Italian subtleties merged into a fresh new hybrid . The focused trio impresses with their moody and spaced-out improvisation. A joy is the fine Fender-playing by Maniscalco. The atmosphere is relaxed. Frans de Waard - Vital Weekly - The Netherlands).
Recording Studio, Bologna on April 11, 2017. høbama was made with support from DJBFA – Composer and Songwriters’ Production Pool and Koda’s Cultural Fund. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Artist: Nelide Bandello, Emanuele Maniscalco, Claus Højensgård. Emanuele Maniscalco, Thomas Morgan - Ilb Copenhagen Season, 2014 15:32. Artist: Nelide Bandello Emanuele Maniscalco Claus Højensgård.
Claus Hojensgard, Emanuele Maniscalco and Nelide Bandello.
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