Nik Bärtsch's Ronin - Holon album flac
Nik Bärtsch: piano; Sha: bass clarinet and contrabass clarinet; Kaspar Rast: drums, percussion; Nicolas Stocker: drums, tuned percussion. Etienne Abelin: violin; Ola Sendecki: violin; David Schnee: viola; Solme Hong: cello; Ambrosius Huber: cello.
Album · 2008 · 6 Songs. More By Nik Bärtsch's Ronin.
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Piano, Composed By – Nik Bärtsch. Producer – Manfred Eicher. Ritual Groove Music 8 Recorded July 2007 Studios La Buissonne,. Jewel-case in O-card.
Holon is an album by Swiss pianist and composer Nik Bärtsch's band Ronin recorded in France in 2007 and released on the ECM label. You can see in the mind's eye and fully hear this music in a setting where an audience is urging the band on, not just listening, but moving. How much better does it get than that? The more things stay the same in Ronin, the more they change".
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Pianist Nik Bärtsch's Zurich quintet Ronin has released a handful of recordings, but Holon is only the second released in the United States. When Stoa was issued in 2006, it was like this startling blast of air. Was it jazz? Was it minimalist classical music? Was it acoustic techno? Bärtsch calls it "zen funk.
Nik Bärtsch's Ronin is a Swiss Jazz-Band from Zurich. It was founded in 2001 by the Swiss pianist, composer and producer Nik Bärtsch (born 1971). Nik Bärtsch's Ronin is a Swiss Jazz-Band from Zurich. It was founded in 2001 by the Swiss pianist, composer and producer Nik Bärtsch (born 1971)
The interplay among the band is heady, mesmerizing stuff that walks the line between precision and improvisation with a hip grace and swagger. This brew will not be for everyone, but those who are looking for something modern, something different, will not be disappointed by "Holon
Nik Bartsch's Ronin: Holon by Chris May, published on January 29, 2008. Holon is the second album Bartsch has made with his band Ronin for ECM, following Stoa (ECM, 2006), and is the latest addition to an outstanding body of work previously released on his own Ronin Rhythm Records label. It's the most holistic realization yet of what Bartsch calls "zen funk" or "ritual groove" music.
|ECM 2049, 174 8672||Nik Bärtsch's Ronin||Holon (CD, Album)||ECM Records, ECM Records||ECM 2049, 174 8672||Germany||2008|
|ECM 2049, B0010526-02||Nik Bärtsch's Ronin||Holon (CD, Album)||ECM Records, ECM Records||ECM 2049, B0010526-02||US||2008|
|ECM 2049, B0010526-02||Nik Bärtsch's Ronin||Holon (CD, Album, Promo)||ECM Records, ECM Records||ECM 2049, B0010526-02||US||2008|