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PU 3033

SCHRÖDER, John: Sir Lemuel's Dance

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

John Schroder

Soloist

Christian Weidner

Soloist

Venue:

Pirouet Studios, Munich, Germany

Venue

Record Label
Pirouet Records

Genre:

Jazz Contemporary


Jazz Contemporary

Total Time - 63:53
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JOHN SCHRODER

     
1 

Rieselfaktor

07:45
     
2 

Sir Lemuel's Dance

11:34
     
3 

Halbzeit

04:23
     
4 

Mood 1697

11:29
     
5 

Rubato

06:38
     
6 

7/01/1

07:45
     
7 

Herbstzeitlos

03:54
     
8 

Enibas

10:25
     
 John Schroder Soloist
 Christian Weidner Soloist


For John Schröder virtuosity is a means to an end, and that end is to deliver an enthralling musical message. The music is full of surprises and instinctive interplay. The music revolves in an extremely complex dance as Schröder challenges the band with continually modulating meters, scales, and harmonies - Schröderish dances composed of tones sparkling with deeper meaning - and Schröder’s quartet communicates with penetrating intensity.

 "...thrilling musical substance, is on the eight tracks on this CD. most remarkable ... "

 
Detlef Kinsler - Journal Portal - 3 October 2008
 

"... Sir Lemuel’s Dance is not easy listening, but reveals form transcendent of the tired cliche of blues formulae.It take a while to learn the dance but once it’s seeped under the skin, the rewards returned are many. " 

Jakob Baekgaard - All About Jazz - 28 January 2009 

 

 "... With a conventional quartet, Schröder has led to Lemuel’s Dance, eight unconventional pieces ... The result is convincing on the all along the line: Here highly expressive, formally sophisticated modern jazz is played, which is action with depth ... "  

 
Tom Gsteiger - The Rheintaler.com - 17 September 2008 

 "... Expressive, sometimes very bizarre, and always surprising, are Schroeder’s compositions..."

 
Martin Schuster - Concerto - 2 October 2008



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