Evan Parker, Georg Graewe – Dortmund Variations. Label: Nuscope Recordings – nuscope CD 1026. Recorded in Dortmund, Germany on October 29, 2011 at the Domicil Mixed and mastered in Cleveland, Ohio on March 9, 2012 at Azica Productions. Cover Painting - Oculus Sequence (2009). The concert was part of the Ruhr Valley 2010 celebration for which Georg Gräwe served as an Artistic Director.
Dortmund Variations is an album by British jazz saxophonist Evan Parker and German pianist Georg Gräwe, which was recorded live in 2010 and released on Nuscope. This is the second recording by the duo, their first was Unity Variations
1 Dortmund Variation I 37:03 2 Dortmund Variation II 15:37 3 Dortmund Variation III 11:00. Grand Piano – Georg Graewe Tenor Saxophone – Evan Parker. Nuscope Recordings – nuscope CD 1026 (US). Recorded live in Dortmund, Germany on October 29, 2011 at the Domicil. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Bush Fire Ogun Records 2011.
Another piano duo album Evan Parker has recently released is Dortmund Variations with German pianist Georg Gräwe While Parker focuses his energy on tenor exclusively, Gräwe plays on a Bösendorfer Model 225 grand piano. It is absolutely fascinating to see how this album differs from Parker’s collaboration with Agustí Fernandez - even for non-believers
Evan Parker chronology. The Voice Is One (2012). Dortmund Variations (2012). Rex, Wrecks & XXX (2013). Dortmund Variations is an album by British jazz saxophonist Evan Parker and German pianist Georg Gräwe, which was recorded live in 2010 and released on Nuscope Contents. All compositions by Parker/Gräwe. Dortmund Variations I" – 37:03. Dortmund Variations II" – 15:37. Dortmund Variations III" – 11:00. Evan Parker – tenor sax. Georg Gräwe – piano.
In 2012, nuscope released Dortmund Variations with saxophonist Evan Parker and pianist Georg Graewe live from the Domicil in Dortmund, Germany on October 29, 2010. According to liner notes writer Bill Shoemaker, Evan Parker is 12 years older than Georg Graewe. However, there's a countervailing metric, albeit a fanciful one, which places the saxophonist and the pianist in closer historical proximity. It is the FMP catalog. The Berlin-based label had issued 31 albums over seven years prior to New Movements, the then 20 year-old pianist’s debut, in 1976; Parker played on seven of them, including Peter Brötzmann’s Machine Gun and three Globe Unity Orchestra recordings.
Unity Variations is a live duo concert by British saxophonist Evan Parker and German pianist Georg Graewe that captures their excited activity in the outer regions of European jazz improvisation. Recorded at Chicago's Unity Temple during the Empty Bottle's 1998 Festival of Jazz and Improvised Music, this excellent performance showcases the very complementary interaction of the duo, the sort of interaction that often becomes a feat of close listening even while playing without pause.
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Dortmund Variations is an album by British jazz saxophonist Evan Parker and German pianist Georg Gräwe, which was recorded live in 2010 and released on Nuscope Reception. Down Beat January 13: page 86. Print.