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PU 3032

HELD, Pablo: Forest of Oblivion

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Pablo Held

Soloist

Robert Landfermann

Soloist

Venue:

Pirouet Studios, Munich. Germany

Venue

Record Label
Pirouet Records

Genre:

Jazz Contemporary


Jazz Contemporary

Total Time - 57:15
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PABLO HELD

1 

Two Questions One Answer

06:10
     
2 

Forest of Oblivion

05:35
     
 

TONY WILLIAMS

3 

Hand Jive

05:10
     
 

PABLO HELD

4 

Interlude

02:47
     
5 

Phasen

07:59
     
6 

Melody

05:05
     
7 

Vertigo

06:08
     
 

FEDERICO MOMPOU

8 

Pajaro Triste (arr. for piano, double bass and drums)

05:36
     
 

WAYNE SHORTER

9 

Ana Maria

05:36
     
 

PABLO HELD

10 

Phase II

07:09
     
 Pablo Held Soloist
 Robert Landfermann Soloist


This is piano trio music that doesn’t need to advertise itself; it is simply persuasive. The music isn’t looking for a quick fix or flashy effect; it lives and breathes through it’s intricate structure and deep meaning. This music has something secretive and mysterious about it; it shimmers and sparkles, and in its gentle way creates a unique world of sound replete with an intimate excitement.

"...Making his leader debut at 21 with this fine trio album, Pablo Held has done more than live up to his award winning exploits as a child prodigy ..."  ****

Ray Comisey - The Irish Times - 9 December 2008


                        Music *****          Sound *****

Tilman Urbach - FonoForum (Germany) - 23 September 2008




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