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Nyskudd

Andreas Haddeland Trio

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Nyskudd
Andreas Haddeland Trio
5:02
2
Revehi
Andreas Haddeland Trio
8:31
3
Rosa Anorakk
Andreas Haddeland Trio
6:27
4
Fire, Ettnullåtte
Andreas Haddeland Trio
5:45
5
Telemann På Taket
Andreas Haddeland Trio
3:33
Total Playing Time    29:18
Andreas Haddeland leads a trio where the musicians continuously listen in on each other, in close interaction. And maybe more than anything else, the music radiates contact between the musicians. Here, every tone, every stroke is followed up with a responsive answer. The trio has a similarly floating touch that deepens the time and solves the requirement for pronounced and controlling pulse. When the three move in a combined squad toward a pronounced goal, they can drill down into a delimited feeling or a musical motif that swells and grows in importance, or becomes fine-tuned until it's infinitely small and eventually blinks out. Even in the most turbulent moments, the three feathers remain and retain their sense of belonging intact.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Tare Records Studio Masters

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