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Song of Opposites

Song of Opposites by Christian Pabst
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Christian Pabst

Label: Housemaster Records
Released: 2014
Duration: 42 min
Views: 866

Track Listing

1 Arrival 2 Elixir 3 Point Ephémère 4 Siebzehn Stufen 5 Graba Luba 6 Like the Waves 7 Perpetuum 8 Augenblick 9 Departure


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"Adventurous impro- and bop-soundscapes but also travels to more fragile atmospheres where sensitivity and subtility are leading. Christian Pabst is known as a storytelling pianist. Also on this record (Song of Opposities) he proves his status with imaginative compositions and their appealing execution.” Muziekwereld (NL) “Sounds like a small version of the Metropole Orchestra” Jazzflits (NL) "Profound" Jazzthing (DE) "Virtuosic musical language" Jazzpodium (DE) "Extraordinary" Franco Fayenz (IT) "Very fresh and refreshing" Jazz Weekly (US)


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