Six sounds, six perspectives, six personalities.
The “Sestetto Internazionale” is unique in different ways. You won’t find this line up a second time: two sopranosaxophones, violine, piano, turntables and quartertone accordeon. Three high melody instruments and three instruments which act rhythmically and harmonically and melodically. But those cathegories don’t exist here. The only thing that counts is listening. These six worldclass improvisors like to create and expend sound scapes. It’s not about one great solo, it’s only about the collective.
The sound creature of “Sestetto Internazionale” is a wild one, edged, with pleasure, full of life.
01. QUASARS 1 (36:48) - Sestetto Internazionale
02. NOTTURNO (07:26) - Alison Blunt/Gianni Mimmo
03. ANAK 1 (09:12) - Achim Kaufmann/Ignaz Schick
04. NO NIIN (06:27) - Veli Kujala/Harri Sjöström
05. QUASARS 2 (14:12) - Sestetto Internazionale
06. PIKKU PALA (05:42) - Sestetto Internazionale
Recorded: Offene Ohren - Friday, 18 January 2019, “MUG” - Munich Underground at Einstein Kultur 18th January 2019 in Munich by:
Recorded by Bayerischer Rundfunk for BR-KLASSIK
Sound engineer: Frank Sattler
Sound technicians: Marc Hoffmann, Klaus Mau
Production assistance: Rita Mbeba
Live Producer: Ulrich Habersetzer
Radio Producer: Beate Sampson
Mix: Frank Sattler, Ignaz Schick
Mastering: Grzegorz Piwkowski (Hi-End Studio, Warsaw, Poland)
Thanks to: Hannes Schneider and Offene Ohren Staff
Text: about the group: Martin Burger (Jazzpodium 3/19, Translation Angelika Michitsch)
Liner note by Ulrich Habersetzter (BR), Martin Burger (Jazzpodium 3/19, Translation Angelika Michitsch)
Cover Photo by Ulrike Eichner
Cover design: Małgorzata Lipińska
Executive Producer: Maciej Karłowski
supported by 11 fans who also own “LIVE IN MUNICH 2019”
Throughout the Bouquet, the group takes many forms, from various duos to the full-fledged quintet, on each “Fire Rose” present. Each provides the listener with a new perspective on their creative hive mind, and each facet is worth checking out.
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