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The Berlin Concert

Angelika Niescier, Chris Tordini, Tyshawn Sorey

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1
Kundry (Live)
Angelika Niescier; Chris Tordini; Tyshawn Sorey
12:35
2
Like Sheep, Looking Up (Live)
Angelika Niescier; Chris Tordini; Tyshawn Sorey
10:43
3
5.8 (Live)
Angelika Niescier; Chris Tordini; Tyshawn Sorey
9:03
4
The Surge (Live)
Angelika Niescier; Chris Tordini; Tyshawn Sorey
7:43
Total Playing Time    40:04
This magnificent concert took place at the Berlin Jazzfest 2017, where Angelika Niescier was awarded the Albert Mangelsdorff Prize (German Jazz Prize). This concert by the Angelika Niescier NYC Trio with Chris Tordini on bass and Tyshawn Sorey on drums – who was Jazzfest Berlin’s 2017 Artist in Residence, and gave several performances in Berlin – proved to be a remarkable stroke of luck for the festival, since Niescier had already worked regularly with both for ten years.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Intakt Records Studio Masters

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