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Live at Molde Jazz

Egil Kapstad

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The Peacocks
Egil Kapstad
Concerto for Orchestra / Remembering The Rain / In a Sentimental Mood
Egil Kapstad
Egils blues / Basin Street Blues / Things Ain't What It Used To Be
Egil Kapstad
Reinblom / Epilog / Epilogue
Egil Kapstad
Preludium / Blue in Green
Egil Kapstad
It Might As Well Be Spring
Egil Kapstad
Round Midnight
Egil Kapstad
Close Enough For Love
Egil Kapstad
Total Playing Time    57:11
At last - a solo-piano-release with Egil Kapstad, three years after he past away. The great norwegian jazzpianist Egil Kapstad has left us an overwhelming collection of music, both as jazz pianist, composer and arranger, within both jazz and contemporary music. In 1997 Kapstad did a solo-concert at Molde International Jazz Festival, a concert which has become an outstanding document withing modern jazz. He is drawing lines from classical compositions over to original jazz compositions, and he is also talking about what he's playing. This album is a unique documentation of Egil kapstad's wonderful, musical universe.
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