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Duo Melencolia

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Duo Melencolia

20 years of collaboration

Theo Jörgensmann and Albrecht Maurer met 1992 in a broadcasting project of Deutschlandfunk by the German/Spanish composer Maria de Alvear. Shortly afterwoods Theo Jörgensmann founded his Werkschau Ensemble, a quintet featuring Donja Djember on cello, Rainald Schückens on bass clarinet, Achim Krämer on drums and Albrecht Maurer on violin. This group played on many festivals, did radio productions and released a CD on Konnex Records. It was a leading group in Germany in the early nineties combining jazz, chamber music and free improvisation with a unique sound.

At that time Jörgensmann and Maurer did a lot of duo improvisations, the „ground work“ for their further collaboration.Simultaneously they worked together in groups with Eckard Koltermann, Ludger Schmidt, Lauren Newton, Eric Boeren, Wolter Wierbos, Ernst Glerum, and others....
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Melencolia

NEMU Records (2011)

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“ ...The superfluous movements or free-form burnouts do not mar the close-knit engagement. The artists align the best of many musical worlds and cast a distinct identity throughout the ebbs and flows, abetted by their sprightly artistic acumen, superior musicianship, and pioneering vision...” By Glenn Astarita, Published: 4.2.2012 read the whole review in All About Jazz

This is one for listeners who have “Open Ears”! It is challenging, different and presented by soloist who have complete control of their instruments and know exactly where they want to go! It needed several hearings to appreciate it, but it is well worth it! Will use the music sparingly in the months to come...

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