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Paul Giger - Alpstein (1991)
Paul Giger - Alpstein (1991)

Label: ECM Records / Genre: Jazz / Bitrate: lossless | 320kbps
Quality: FLAC (Tracks,scana)|MP3 / Time: 62:34 min
Size: 304 mb

1. Zšuerli 3:10
2. Karma Shadub 13:41
3. Alpsegen 12:43
4. Zšuerli 1:53
5. Zšuerli 2:21
6. Chuereihe 17:33
7. Chlauseschuppel 4:09
8. Trogener Chilbilšbe 7:00

Paul Giger (Violin)
Jan Garbarek (Tenor Saxophone)
Pierre Favre (Percussion)

Violin virtuoso Paul Giger revisits his roots with this, his second solo recording, Alpstein, which features pieces for violin, saxophone, and percussion based on the folk traditions of the Alpstein region of Switzerland. Three pieces here are entitled Zšuerli -- named after the sad majestic natur yodel tradition of the Outer Rhoden region. These are sweeping and majestic with high harmonic bowstrokes. This recording features the saxophone work of Jan Garbarek and the percussion of Pierre Favre. Both add an incredible warmth to the recording on the pieces they are featured on, most notably Alpsegen with its soaring sax lines and manic percussion. Also notable is Chlauseschuppel, featuring the sounds of cowbells specific to that region. Informative booklet included.

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