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    • Anouar Brahem oud
      Klaus Gesing bass clarinet
      Björn Meyer bass
      Khaled Yassine darbouka, bendirDelightful new project, assembled by Tunisian oud master Brahem with producer Manfred Eicher. Combination of bass clarinet with oud suggests a link to Anouar’s “Thimar” trio, but this East/West line-up often feels closer to the more traditionally-inclined sounds of “Barzakh” or “Conte de l’Incroyable Amour”. Klaus Gesing, from Norma Winstone’s Trio, and Björn Meyer, from Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin, are both players with an affinity for...
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    Descrição The Astounding Eyes Of Rita

    Anouar Brahem oud
    Klaus Gesing bass clarinet
    Björn Meyer bass
    Khaled Yassine darbouka, bendir

    Delightful new project, assembled by Tunisian oud master Brahem with producer Manfred Eicher. Combination of bass clarinet with oud suggests a link to Anouar’s “Thimar” trio, but this East/West line-up often feels closer to the more traditionally-inclined sounds of “Barzakh” or “Conte de l’Incroyable Amour”. Klaus Gesing, from Norma Winstone’s Trio, and Björn Meyer, from Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin, are both players with an affinity for musical sources beyond jazz, and they interact persuasively inside Brahem’s music. A dance of dark, warm sounds, urged onward by the darbouka and frame drum of Lebanese percussionist Khaled Yassine. The album is dedicated to the memory of Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish.

    in ecmrecords.com

    Albums as perfect as this appear rarely. Tunisian oud maestro Brahem has been one of ECM’s most-revered artists for years, pioneering a superior kind of east-west fusion. But this quartet recording beats anything I’ve heard from him yet. Dedicated to the late Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish, the album’s eight originals trace a continuous arabesque, wind and strings intertwining against a trance-like rhythmic pulse.

    Phil Johnson, The Independent

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    The Astounding Eyes Of Rita

    00:00 00:30
    • 01 The Lover Of Beirut
    • 02 Dance With Waves
    • 03 Stopover At Djibouti
    • 04 The Astounding Eyes Of Rita
    • 05 Al Birwa
    • 06 Galilee Mon Amour
    • 07 Waking State
    • 08 For No Apparent Reason

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    5 ANOUAR BRAHEM Publicado em 19 mar 2019

    Fantástico.... A música de dá título ao álbum é soberba. A ouvir!!!!!!!!!!


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