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Jeppe Just Christensen: Songs & Movements

Scenatet, Jeppe Just Instituttet

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3 Songs in 9 Movements  
1.1
1st movement
Jeppe Just Christensen; Jeppe Just Instituttet
3:39
1.2
2nd movement
Jeppe Just Christensen; Scenatet; Jeppe Just Instituttet; Rei Munakata
3:02
1.3
3rd movement
Jeppe Just Christensen; Scenatet; Jeppe Just Instituttet; Rei Munakata
3:00
1.4
4th movement
Jeppe Just Christensen; Scenatet; Jeppe Just Instituttet; Rei Munakata
3:15
1.5
5th movement
Jeppe Just Christensen; Scenatet; Jeppe Just Instituttet; Rei Munakata
3:21
1.6
6th movement
Jeppe Just Christensen; Scenatet; Jeppe Just Instituttet; Rei Munakata
2:54
1.7
7th movement
Jeppe Just Christensen; Scenatet; Jeppe Just Instituttet; Rei Munakata
2:45
1.8
8th movement
Jeppe Just Christensen; Scenatet; Jeppe Just Instituttet; Rei Munakata
3:09
1.9
9th movement
Jeppe Just Christensen; Scenatet; Jeppe Just Instituttet; Rei Munakata
3:40
Movin'  
1.10
I.
Jeppe Just Christensen; Scenatet; Rei Munakata
5:15
1.11
II.
Jeppe Just Christensen; Scenatet; Rei Munakata
0:38
Douglas  
1.12
I.
Jeppe Just Christensen; Scenatet; Rei Munakata
6:38
1.13
II.
Jeppe Just Christensen; Scenatet; Rei Munakata
8:17
1.14
III.
Jeppe Just Christensen; Scenatet; Rei Munakata
2:54
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    52:27
Danish composer Jeppe Just Christensen's music is all about recycling, nostalgia, instruments and toys. On this portrait album curated by the chamber ensemble Sceatet, the composer himself appears with his unusual "band" Jeppe Just Instituttet playing self-invented, homemade and redesigned instruments like an egg slicer, a coffee grinder, a toy piano and a melodica. Together, the two ensembles create a unique and delicate sound world which is both the special starting point for this music and the source of its constant fascination.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Dacapo Studio Masters

Recorded at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, Copenhagen, 12-17 June 2015, and at Studiet På Frederiksberg 1 September 2015 Recording producer: Peter Barnow Sound engineer: Peter Barnow and Renato Vieira Editing by Jeppe Just Christensen and Peter Barnow Mix and mastering: Peter Barnow Artistic director: Anna Berit Asp Christensen Production Manager: Laura Møller Henriksen PR and communication: Mie Petri Lind Liner notes: Henrik Friis English translation of liner notes: James Manley Proofreader: Svend Ravnkilde Photos: © Alexander Banck-Petersen (pp 9 and 17), © Hanne Budtz-Jørgensen (p 15) Graphic design: Denise Burt, Elevator Design

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