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Ante Lucem (For Symphony Orchestra And Jazz Quintet)

Iro Haarla Quintet, NorrlandsOperans Symfoniorkester, Jukka Iisakkila

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1.1
Songbird Chapel
Iro Haarla Quintet; Norrlands Operans Symfoniorkester; Jukka Iisakkila
14:55
1.2
Persevering With Winter
Iro Haarla Quintet; Norrlands Operans Symfoniorkester; Jukka Iisakkila
19:26
1.3
…And The Darkness Have Not Overcome It…
Iro Haarla Quintet; Norrlands Operans Symfoniorkester; Jukka Iisakkila
15:51
1.4
Ante Lucem – Before Dawn…
Iro Haarla Quintet; Norrlands Operans Symfoniorkester; Jukka Iisakkila
16:28
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    66:40
"... what distinguished (Ante Lucem) from other symphonic collaborations was its remarkable integration. This was not a case of alternating passages for orchestra and quintet, though there were plenty of feature spots for Haarla’s group ... instead this suite, intended to reflect on that quiet time of day between moonset and sunrise, traversed a great range of imagery and emotion ... whether it was more dramatic turns with the full orchestra or breakdowns into smaller subsets, it was an evocative and provocative performance." - All About Jazz Ante Lucem, a powerful work for jazz quintet and symphony orchestra by Finnish composer and musician Iro Haarla, was commissioned by the Norrlands Opera Symphony Orchestra and its leader Marco Feklistoff and premiered in October 2012 with Haarla and his quintet joining the orchestra. The concert was recorded live and this album is drawn both from the premiere and from sessions recorded in the days following.
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