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Magnetic Works 1993-2001

Magnetic Works 1993-2001 by Jon Balke buy album

Jon Balke

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2012
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Track Listing

CD1: Departure; Changing Song; Flying Thing; Horizontal Song; Moving Carpet; Taraf; Shaded Place; Present Position; Solarized; Dark and Slow; In Degrees. CD2: Curve; Circular; Vertical; Encoded; Elusive Song; In Vitro; Plica; Zygotes; Karyon; Mutatio; Katabolic; Kyanos.

Personnel

Jon Balke
Jon Balke

piano

Additional Personnel / Information

Jon Balke: piano (CD1#1-7, CD2#6-12), keyboards, percussion (CD1#8-11, CD2#1-5), electronics (CD2#6-12); Jens Petter Antonsen: trumpet (CD1#1-7); Per Jørgensen: trumpet, vocals; Morten Halle: alto saxophone, flute (CD1#8-11, CD2); Tore Brunborg: tenor and soprano saxophones (CD1#1-7); Gertrud Økland: violin (CD1#1-7); Trond Villa: viola (CD1#1- 7); Jonas Franke-Blom: violoncello (CD1#1-7); Anders Jormin: double bass; Marilyn Mazur: percussion (CD1#1-7); Audun Kleive: drums; Arve Henriksen: trumpet (CD1#8-11, CD2), vocals (CD1#8-11, CD2); Henrik Hannisdal: violin (CD2#8-11, CD2#1-5); Odd Hannisdal: violin (CD2#8-11, CD2#1-5); Marek Konstantynowicz: viola (CD2#8-11, CD2#1-5); Morten Hannisdal: violoncello (CD2#8-11, CD2#1-5); Svante Henryson: violoncello (CD2#6-12).


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