Vein Plays Ravel

Format: CD
Release Date: 9/15/2017
Label: Double Moon
Style(s): Third Stream
Availability: In Stock
Picture of VEIN PLAYS RAVEL (UK) Forlane - Vein Source

There certainly is no special need anymore to mention the fact that today most jazz piano trios are deeply attached to musical interplay. And yet, even with the most subtle, most distinguished form of interplay there is always one in the trio who plays the part of the primus inter pares- the pianist, of course (usually and by definition leader of the group). That’s exactly where pianist Michael Arbenz, drummer Florian Arbenz and bassist Thomas Lahns come up with their own idea of musical interplay. In fact, what they aim to achieve with their music- their understanding of music- is nothing less than the greatest possible balance of their three voices- starting with the way they work out their own compositions and arrangements, and going right through to the soloistic parts, fully assigned to all three of them. The result is a stupendous musical togetherness, packed with surprising melodic, rhythmic and dynamic turns, played with highest precision even in the most complex, distorted and twisted passages of their compositions, arrangements and solos.

1. Le tombeau de Couperin, M. 68: No. 1, Prélude
Length: 05:24
2. Le tombeau de Couperin, M. 68: No. 3, Forlane
Length: 06:05
3. Le tombeau de Couperin, M. 68: No. 4, Toccata
Length: 05:09
4. Violin Sonata No. 2 in G Major, M. 77: II. Blues
Length: 04:34
5. Bolero, M. 81
Length: 16:43
6. Pavane pour une infante défunte, M. 19
Length: 06:00
7. Sonatine in F-Sharp Minor, M. 40: II. Mouvement de menuet
Length: 07:52
8. L'enfant et les sortilèges, M. 71: Five O'Clock Foxtrot
Length: 06:11
Album Details
Disc Count: 1
Total Length: 57:58
UPC: 608917117929