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Schlippenbach Trio - Warsaw Concert flac album

Schlippenbach Trio
Warsaw Concert
Free Improvisation
MP3 archive size:
1173 mb
FLAC archive size:
1259 mb
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1 Warsaw Concert 51:46
2 Where Is Kinga? 4:50

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Ad Libitum Festival


  • Artwork [Cover Art], Graphic Design – Jonas Schoder
  • Drums – Paul Lovens
  • Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Jarosław Regulski, Zbigniew Kusiak
  • Liner Notes [German] – Alexander von Schlippenbach
  • Liner Notes [Translation (English)] – Steph Morris
  • Mastered By – Michael Brändli
  • Music By – Alexander von Schlippenbach, Evan Parker, Paul Lovens
  • Photography By [Photo (p.8)] – Caroline Forbes
  • Photography By [Photos] – Krzysztof Machowina
  • Piano – Alexander von Schlippenbach
  • Producer [Produced By] – Intakt Records, Patrik Landolt
  • Tenor Saxophone – Evan Parker


Card sleeve with booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SUISA
  • Label Code: LC11265

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Intakt CD 275 Schlippenbach Trio* Warsaw Concert ‎(CD, Album) Intakt Records Intakt CD 275 Switzerland 2016

Warsaw Concert by Schlippenbach Trio, released 10 October 2016 1. album trailer with 6 short excerpts 2. Warsaw Concert 3. Where Is Kinga? Intakt CD 275 These recordings, from 16 October 2015 in Warsaw, make a great all-round representation of the trio as we are right now. The ‘free’ improvisations also develop material which has crystallised over the years. There was no plan agreed in advance. Nothing was discussed or decided. Everything improvised. The paraphrases of particular jazz themes, like embedded particles, should not be understood as quotations. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

Schlippenbach Trio: Warsaw Concert by John Sharpe, published on December 4, 2016. But that's exactly the situation German pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach faces with his trio of countryman Paul Lovens on the drum stool and the legendary Evan Parker on tenor saxophone, give or take an occasional bassist. As a consequence they travel in uncharted territory, tasked with finding their own solutions to the challenge of keeping the music fresh and meaningful

Listen free to Schlippenbach Trio – Warsaw Concert (Warsaw Concert (Live), Where Is Kinga? (Live)). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.

Intakt CD 275. Schlippenbach Trio. Warsaw Concert ‎(CD, Album, Promo).

And it was great in Warsaw. A top rate concert hall from the broadcasting company. Good recording technology. But we never saw Kinga, an assistant it was agreed we would be given. By Alexander von Schlippenbach, July 2016.

When the Schlippenbach Trio (Alexander von Schlippenbach, piano; Evan Parker, tenor and Paul Lovens, drums) hit the stage, there’s no plan. After 45 years, it’s unnecessary, but it does raise the question whether genuine improvisation is possible after such a long time. According to Derek Bailey, once something has become established, it gravitates to mere reproduction and the risk of cliché. com Traditional free jazz? Ten albums with deep roots.