Requiem for Che Guevara (Remastered) Wolfgang Dauner & Fred Van Hove

Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
1979

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
02.12.2016

Label: MPS

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Free Jazz

Interpret: Wolfgang Dauner & Fred Van Hove

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  • 1Psalmus Spei for Choir and Jazz Group (Live)13:12
  • 2Requiem for Che Guevara, Martin Luther King, John Fitzgerald and Robert Kennedy, Malcolm X (Live)17:24
  • Total Runtime30:36

Info zu Requiem for Che Guevara (Remastered)

This live 1968 Berlin Jazz Days recording of “Jazz in the Church” arose from the festival’s desire to shine a light on the music’s religious aspects. Two leading European Avant-gardists were commissioned to present works to be played in Berlin’s Sudstern Church. German Keyboardist Wolfgang Dauner already stood at the forefront of European jazz. Continually a winner of European jazz polls, his trio of Eberhard Weber and Fred Braceful, anchor the piece, with two of Germany’s foremost horn players and the St. Martin Kantorei rounding out the ensemble. On Dauner’s Psalmus Spei, songs, texts, chants, whispers and moans mingle with melodic riffs and free instrumental passages to achieve an impressively colorful emotional palette. A pioneer of European free jazz, Belgium’s Fred Van Hove fronts a septet of leading players in the European free music scene, including Dutchmen Willem Breuker, Han Bennik, and German Peter Kovald. Based on Martin Luther’s choral “Mitten wir im Leben sin von dem Tod umgeben”, Hove’s Requiem has its moments of serenity; more often it recalls the tempest, as the musicians explore the sonic limits of their instruments, and the organ throws blankets of sound over the proceedings; colors and textures are more to the point than melody, but Albert Aylerlisch hymns occasionally resonate, and there is even a hint of Iberia some 10 minutes in.

Psalmus Spei:
Wolfgang Dauner, Organ
Manfred Schoof, Trumpet
Gerd Dudek, Saxophone
Eberhard Weber, Cello
Jürgen Karg, Bass
Fred Braceful, Drums
Requiem For Che Guevara, Martin Luther King, John F. And Robert Kennedy, Malcolm X:
Fred van Hove, Organ
Willem Breuker, Saxophone
Ed Körger, Trombone
Peter Kowald, Bass
Han Bennink, Drums

Recorded November 10th, 1968 live at the Berlin Jazz Festival in the Kirche am Südstern
Engineered by Günther Topel
Recorded by Willi Fruth
Produced by Joachim Ernst Berendt

Digitally remastered



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