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9 thoughts on “ Litania (Part Two) - Tomasz Stanko* - From The Green Hill (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of From The Green Hill on Discogs. Label: ECM Records - ECM ,ECM Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Style: Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz4/5(13).
  2. Polish trumpeter Tomasz Stanko has plotted something of a musical world tour on From the Green Hill, a polyglot of styles rooted in different folk and traditional forms colliding and commingling over a bedrock of collective's music is surely jazz, if the genre's defined as an international language and no longer simply an American art form--clearly rooted in /5(10).
  3. But this isn’t a good Tomasz Stanko album, it’s a superb one, one of his best, up there with Leosia (). From the Green Hill () and Wislawa (). It’s different from the other albums too, an album of the music of Polish composer and jazz pianist Krzysztof Komeda, who wrote the film scores for Roman Polanski’s early films /5(17).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Tomasz Stanko* - From The Green Hill at Discogs. Complete your Tomasz Stanko* collection/5(23).
  5. Tomasz Stanko - From The Green Hill music CD album at CD Universe, Polish trumpeter Tomasz Stanko has plotted something of a musical world tour on From the Green Hill.
  6. A burning ridge. Gills of flame in the dark. Smoke rises; ashes sink. This is the visual manifestation of all that resounds From The Green Hill, yet another leap of profundity from Tomasz Stanko after the Polish trumpeter’s four-album ECM panorama.
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  8. Reception. The AllMusic review by Thom Jurek awarded the album 4 stars stating "Over 14 tunes, Tomasz Stanko reveals once again why he is a bandleader of great authority and integrity. This is an ensemble of powerful individuals and no less than three composers among them. Stanko's arrangements are carried out with equanimity and grace as well as precision and musicality.
  9. After his critical and popular success with Litania, revitalizing the music of his countryman Komeda, Poland's Stanko, possessor of perhaps the darkest trumpet sound in jazz, resurfaces here in quite a different context, with associates from everywhere. Bandeonista from Argentina, reedman from England's south coast, classical violinist from Detroit, bassist from Sweden. Only veteran Norwegian.

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