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    Soft Fall

    16,00  10,00 
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    DIDGE NEWS

    16,00  10,00 

    In a fulminant way Payuta brings together the incomparable sound of the Didgeridoo with traditional acoustic and electrified instruments as well as central-asian overtone-singing. PAYÚTA & Friends are spectacular in realizing the historical sound-world into High-Energy-Trance-Rhythms but also to sensual moments.

  • Artists from around the world have come together to make a statement for peace and call to the importance of the Nobel Peace Prize in particular the awareness of young people. The CD sounds like a coherent song, like a musical peace celebration. The message is powerful and of high intensity. With Kris Kristofferson, Sinead O'Connor, Mari Boine, Susana Baca, Chiwoniso and others.

  • en-Core

    9,90 

    A first-class disc, fully play joy and style-covering openness which has got in any regard entertaining and demandingly at the same time. Universal dance music for the global village or in other words rap, jazz and soul singing as a true synthesis of styles. Charles calls his music ‘c – funk’ – ‘c’ for cosmo-creative-celebration and other alliterations. A music that need not shy away from international comparisons. 

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    C-Funk

    16,00  9,90 

    C-Funk: a mix of Jazz, Rap and Soul. Universal dance music for the global village or in other words rap, jazz and soul singing as a true synthesis of styles. CHARLES calls his music 'c - funk' - 'c' for cosmo-creative-celebration and other alliterations. A music that need not shy away from international comparisons. 

  • JAZZY WORLD

    9,90 

    A cross section of the jazz regions in the JARO collection, of interpreters from different corners of the world and their diversity of programmes: Jasper van't Hofs PILI PILI, TOSHINORI KONDO, Mikhail Alperins Moscow Art Trio, Tam Echo Tam, Charles, Piirpauke and others. Titles from JARO's first LPs and its most recent CD productions, side by side. High in quality. Timeless. Captivating.

  • Karsilama

    10,00 

    “The sound of the zurna, one of the oldest instruments in the traditional music of the Middle East, has a rough, primeval character. Not only is the zurna difficult to play and keep in tune, it is also very loud, often making it unpopular among its player’s fellow musicians. On the other hand, it is especially effective in combination with drums such as the davul-darbuka, a double-skinned drum. Together, the zurna and the davul are the two most important instruments for the musical accompaniment of traditional weddings, dances and circumcision ceremonies” (Okay Temiz)

  • And what if the "Black Slavics" really had been deported to Russia and founded a new style of music whose influence continued to be felt down to the present?

  • Yet it is not improvisation as can we know it in jazz music, which is involved here. The criteria that rule over traditional Moldavian music - and more generally, the music of the Balkans - are much too fundamental to be questioned. It would therefore be more appropriate to talk of a spiritual re-appropriation, as if the interpreter´s soul enlightened the ancestral oeuvre despite himself. It is indeed a classical attitude: that of liberty expressing itself within a strict framework

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    Retrospectivo

    16,00  10,00 

    Retrospectivo is a musical overview of Luis Di Matteo’s compositional work in the period from 1976 to 1999, featuring characteristic examples from his repertoire.

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    Aspects

    16,00  10,00 

    The music of CHARLES is an innovative mix of Hip Hop and Jazz with roots in Soul, Afro and Latin. Universal dance music for the global village or in other words rap, jazz and soul singing as a true synthesis of styles. Charles calls his music ‘c – funk’ – ‘c’ for cosmo-creative-celebration and other alliterations. A music that need not shy away from international comparisons. 

  • Medieval pilgrim songs from Spain recorded with the Osnabrück Youth Choir, conducted by Johannes Rahe. So far Sarband’s commercially most successful CD, the “Llibre Vermell de Montserrat” contains liturgical songs as well as dances and songs from the famous manuscript “The Red Book”.