Tschüss Jazz Era

Format: CD
Release Date: 2/9/2018
Style(s): Post Bop
Availability: In Stock
Picture of TSCHUSS JAZZ ERA (UK) Anthropology - Jungsu Choi Tiny Orkester Source

Twelve first-class Korean jazz musicians have come together under the name of Jungsu Choi Tiny Orkester. This is their debut album. JTO is a big jazz ensemble consisting of five horns, cello, male voice, a four-piece rhythm section and composers with a unique, contemporary jazz interpretation and modern, original compositions. Band leader Jungsu Choi has had diverse rolls in all areas of music, be it orchestra, big band or electronic music. In his ten years of working in Europe, he has built a remarkable musical career and studied jazz composition, film music, as well as electro-acoustic music at Vienna Conservatory and Kingston University London. Choi writes: “In the three years it took to compose and arrange the five tracks on this album, I never had the chance to actually hear them. In the course of all those years, they only existed in the shape of ink on hundreds of pages of paper. Tiny Orkester’s great musicians made it possible to transform music that only existed as ink on paper into real music! I had sketched half of the picture and my genius musicians colored in the other half beautifully. That’s why this isn’t my, but OUR music.”

1. Stolen Yellow
Length: 08:00
2. Anthropology
Length: 08:51
3. Nach wien 224
Length: 08:45
4. What If Ellington Didn't Take the 'A' Train?
Length: 08:06
5. Spain
Length: 10:30
Album Details
Disc Count: 1
Total Length: 44:12
UPC: 608917345124