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Quiescence - Avishai E. Cohen - Into The Silence

Quiescence - Avishai E. Cohen - Into The Silence

  • Bralmaran says:
    Now the charismatic Tel Aviv-born trumpeter has his ECM leader debut in a programme of expansive and impressionistic compositions for jazz quartet (trumpet, piano, bass, drums), augmented by tenor saxophone on a few pieces. Into The Silence is dedicated to the memory of Avishai’s father David.
  • Arashizahn says:
    May 16,  · On Into The Silence, Charismatic Tel Aviv-born trumpeter makes his ECM leader debut in a program of expansive, impressionistic and haunting compositions. Avishai's tender muted trumpet sets the emotional tone of the music in the album's opening moments and his gifted cast of musicians explore its implications/5(17).
  • Braramar says:
    Nov 05,  · 03 – Into The Silence 04 – Quiescence 05 – Behind The Broken Glass 06 – Life And Death – Epilogue DOWNLOAD LINKS: HITFILE: DOWNLOAD RAPIDGATOR: DOWNLOAD. Previously on rockandroll.mezishakarhuginisdaikasa.infoinfo: June 7, -- Avishai Cohen – Arvoles () April 24, -- Avishai Cohen – Cross My Palm With Silver ().
  • Nikosar says:
    Trumpeter Avishai Cohen makes his ECM leader debut with Into the Silence, an album dedicated to the memory of his late father. Cohen composed the melodies over six months following his father's passing in November , inspired by an album of Rachmaninoff's solo piano music.
  • Tashicage says:
    Nov 29,  · 'Into The Silence' is dedicated to the memory of Avishai's father David, reflecting upon the last days of his life with grace and restraint. Avishai's tender muted trumpet sets the emotional tone of the music in the album's opening moments and his gifted cast of musicians explore its implications.4/5(14).
  • Ketaxe says:
    The six Cohen compositions on Into the Silence are bookended by "Life And Death" and "Life And Death—Epilogue" and the self-acknowledged influence of Miles Davis has never been clearer than on the opener piece. So too, is the inspiration of the classical harmonies that Cohen had immersed himself in at the end of his father's life.

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