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The Moon Over Mtatsminda - Jan Garbarek - Rites (CD, Album)

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  1. Rites, an album by Jan Garbarek on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  2. “Rites” is a welcome edition to the ever-expansive Garbarek discography. Lush melodies and pensive as one might expect; however, the overall tone is bright and imperious. Garbarek continues to impress while opening his heart to all that care to listen.
  3. Since the late '70s, Jan Garbarek has been carving out a place within jazz for the folk and spiritual traditions of the indigenous peoples of Scandinavia, the Netherlands, and finally of those people all over the world. Rites, a double CD, is his attempt at forging a synthesis that takes improvisation into the heart of ritual music and creates 8/
  4. Product Information Jan Garbarek’s powerful new double-album is well-titled."Rites" suggests initiations, rituals, the archaic, the magical, but also "rites of passage" and the Norwegian saxophonist reflects, in his choice of material, upon pivotal episodes and influences in his own life and those of his associates.5/5(2).
  5. This sprawling new double CD by Jan Garbarek is an apotheosis of the vision and approach he has pursued more or less single-mindedly for almost thirty years now. Virtually all the roads he has visited in the past are revisited, in one way or another, here, and in .
  6. Tracklist with lyrics of the album RITES [] of Jan Garbarek: Rites - Where the Rivers Meet - Vast Plain, Clouds - So Mild the Wind, So Meek the Water -.
  7. Jan Garbarek (born March 4, in Mysen, Norway) a Norwegian tenor and soprano saxophonist, active in the jazz, classical, and world music genres. Garbarek was the only child of former Polish prisoner of war, Czesław Garbarek, and a Norwegian farmer's daughter. Garbarek grew up in Oslo. At 21, he married Vigdis.
  8. About the album Jan Garbarek's powerful new double-album is a magnum opus, and well-titled. "Rites" suggests initiations, rituals, the archaic, the magical, but also "rites of passage", and the Norwegian saxophonist reflects, in his choice of material, upon pivotal episodes and influences in his own life and those of his associates.
  9. Comes in a special double-cd box (wrapped with a cardboard sleeve) including 2 CDs, a booklet and a Jan Garbarek discography. Track including fragments of trad. Halling-Joron Track including fragments of a Sami trad. joik Recorded March Rainbow Studio, Oslo, except track recorded in Tbilisi. An ECM Production/5(37).

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