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Monday, February 09, 2009

Offerings from Dime - Make Your Choice!

Dime recently celebrated its fifth anniversary, and yours truly threw a little party with quite a lot of shows - the main reason why things here slowed down again, after the flurry of shows early in January.

Below are the infos for all of those shows - let me know if there's anything you'd like to see up here as well!

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Ahmad Jamal Trio feat. George Coleman
jazznojazz Festival
Zürich (Switzerland), Theaterhaus Gessnerallee
October 26, 2000


Ahmad Jamal - piano; James Cammack - bass; Idris Muhammad - drums
on #4-8, add: George Coleman - tenor sax

CD1/78:52
1. Aftermath (Jamal) 8:58
2. Kaleidoscope (Jamal) 10:28
3. Crossroads (Jamal) 9:59
4. This I Dig of You (Hank Mobley) 14:27
5. My Foolish Heart (Victor Young) 13:29
6. You Can't See (Monty Alexander) 12:21
7. Devil's in My Den (Jamal) 9:10

CD2/Encore/9:17
8. Autumn Leaves (Kosma-Prévert-Mercer) 9:17

TT: 88:09 (complete!)

Sound: A
Source: DRS 2 broadcast / 2000-10-26 (live)
Lineage: FM > Tape > Minidisc > analogue to HD > FLAC (8)(asb) > CDR
Additional (2009): EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred all tracks) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Recorded (2000) & transferred (ca. 2006) & shared on dimeadozen (January 2009) by ubu

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The Alvin Curran Philharmonia - "May I Know"
Taktlos Bern 2002
Bern (Switzerland), Dampfzentrale
September 14, 2002


Alvin Curran - keyboards; Fred Frith - guitar; Joan Jeanrenaud - violoncello; Shelley Hirsch - voice; William Winant - drums; Domenico Scaiajno - computer

1. May I Know (63:50)
2. Interview (10:46)

TT: 74:36

Sound: A
Source: DRS 2 broadcast ("Neue Musik im Konzert") / 2002
Lineage: FM > minidisc > analogue to HD > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Taped (2002), transferred & shared on dimeadozen (Jan 2009) by ubu

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Davos Festival 2003
Davos (Switzerland), Kongresszentrum
August 5, 2003


BERND ALOIS ZIMMERMANN
1. Sonate für Violoncello Solo [1960] (13:51)

SYLVIE COURVOISIER
2. unknown (17:16)
3. Abaton (12:50)

THOMAS DEMENGA
4. Aus den Fugen (10:24)

ABATON TRIO
5. Icaria (Improvisation) 5:18
6. Ianicum (Courvoisier) 17:06

#1,4: Thomas Demenga - violoncello
#2,3,5,6: Abaton Trio: Sylvie Courvoisier - piano; Mark Feldman - violin; Eric Friedlander - violoncello

TT: 76:47

Sound: A
Source: DRS 2 broadcast "Neue Musik im Konzert" or "CH-Musik im Konzert" / 2003
Lineage: FM > minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > FLAC (8,asb,ver)
Additional (2009): EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred files) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Recorded, tranferred & shared on dimeadozen by ubu (Jan. 2009)

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Diana Krall Trio
Jazzfestival Bern 1997
Bern (CH), Kursaal
May 6, 1997


Diana Krall - vocals, piano
Russell Malone - guitar
Neal Caine - bass

1. I'm an Errand Girl for Rhythm (4:19) [cuts in]
2. Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby (10:04)
3. You Call It Madness (5:36)
4. Deed I Do (7:16)
5. (I Don't Stand a) Ghost of a Chance (6:52)
6. Frim Fram Sauce (6:10)
7. [guitar-intro to Route 66] (3:43) [drop-out at end]
8. Route 66 (4:01)

9. Diana Krall Interview (by Willy Bischof) (5:02)

TT: 53:09

Sound: A- (some hum & hiss)
Source: DRS 2 broadcast / prob. 1997-05-06
Lineage: FM > tape > minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > FLAC (8)(asb)
Additional (2009): EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred files, deleted/fixed some glitches - no hiss reduction applied as it would have changed sound) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Recorded, tranferred & shared on dimeadozen by ubu (Jan. 2009)

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Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
Zurich (Switzerland), Kongresshaus
October 9, 1959


Clark Terry, Cat Anderson, Fats Ford [Andres Meringuito] - trumpet; Ray Nance - trumpet, vocals; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, Booty Wood - trombone; Jimmy Hamilton - clarinet, tenor sax; Russell Procope - alto sax, clarinet; Johnny Hodges - alto sax; Paul Gonsalves - tenor sax; Harry Carney - baritone sax, clarinet, bass clarinet; Duke Ellington - piano; Jimmy Woode - bass; Jimmy Johnson - drums; Lil Greenwood - vocals on #4, #5, #6, #7i)

Note: Carney only solos on baritone sax

1. Take the A-Train (Theme) (Billy Strayhorn) 1:35
2. VIP Boogie (Ellington) 3:23 [Carney, Hamilton (cl)]
3. Jam with Sam (Ellington) 4:25 [prob. Anderson, Gonsalves, Woodman]
4. St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy) 3:01 [Greenwood]
5. Bill Bailey (Won't You Please Come Home) (Hughie Cannon) 2:48 [Greenwood]
6. Walkin' (5:49) [Greenwood]
7. Medley (24:52)
a) Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me (Ellington-Russell) [Ellington]
b) I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good (Ellington-Webster) [Hodges]
c) Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Ellington-Russell) [Ellington]
d) In a Sentimental Mood (Ellington-Kurtz-Mills) [Ellington]
e) Mood Indigo (Ellington-Bigard-Mills)
f) I'm Beginning to See the Light (George-Hodges-Ellington-James) [Ellington]
g) Sophisticated Lady (Ellington-Parish-Mills) [Ellington, Carney]
h) Caravan (Ellington-Tizol) [Ellington]
i) Solitude (Ellington-Mills-De Lange) [Greenwood]
j) Satin Doll (Ellington-Strayhorn) [Woode]
k) Squeeze Me (Ellington) [Nance (voc)]
l) It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) (Ellington-Mills) [Nance (voc)]
m) Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Reprise) (Ellington-Russell) [Ellington]
8. Announcement by Duke Ellington (0:54)
9. Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams) 7:51 [Nance (voc), Terry, Jackson, Procope + rhythm only]
10. Happy Reunion (Ellington) 4:19 [Gonsalves]
11. Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue (Ellington) 6:32 [inc] [Gonsalves]

TT: 65:29

Sound: A-
Source: DRS broadcast / 1999
Lineage: FM > tape > minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > CDR
Additional lineage: EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred all tracks) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Shared by ubu on dimeadozen in January 2009

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The Ellington Legacy Orchestra
Aarau (CH)
April 17, 1999


"Celebrating Duke - A Tribute to the Ellington Orchestra"

Benny Bailey, Barry Lee Hall, Wayne Bargeron - trumpet; Petar Ugrin - trumpet, violin; Art Baron, Britt Woodman, Buster Cooper - trombone; Fritz Renold - alto sax, clarinet; Bobby Watson - alto sax; John La Porta - tenor sax, clarinet; Tommy Smith - tenor sax; Bernd Konrad - baritone sax; Aaron Bell - piano; John Lamb - bass; Charlie Persip - drums; Bill Berry - conductor

Such Sweet Thunder (Ellington-Strayhorn) [TT: 40:25]
01. Such Sweet Thunder (Cleo) (3:30) [Bailey]
02. Sonnet For Caesar (2:44) [La Porta]
03. Sonnet To Hank Cinq (1:50) [Woodman]
04. Lady Mac (3:57) [Renold, Bailey]
05. Sonnet In Search Of A Moor (2:15) [Lamb]
06. The Telecasters (2:52) [Konrad]
07. Up And Down, Up And Down (3:42)
(I Will Lead Them Up And Down) (Puck) [Bailey, Ugrin]
08. Sonnet For Sister Kate (3:01) [Baron]
09. The Star-Crossed Lovers (4:16)
(aka Pretty Girl) [Watson, Smith]
10. Madness In Great Ones (Hamlet) (4:03) [Bargeron]
11. Half The Fun (aka Lately) (4:19) [Watson, Bell]
12. Circle Of Fourths (3:46) [Smith]

Toot Suite (Duke Ellington) [TT: 25:05]
13. Announcement BB (0:25)
14. Red Garter (4:21) [Woodman]
15. Red Shoes (5:11) [La Porta, Ugrin]
16. Red Carpet (8:43) [Renold, Hall, Baron, Bargeron]
17. Ready Go (6:24) [Smith]

TT: 65:30

Sound: A
Recorded by Swiss Radio
Source: DRS2 Broadcast/1999
Lineage: FM > Tape > Minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > CDR > EAC (secure) > FLAC (8)(asb)
Additional: EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred all tracks, separated #13 from #14) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Shared on dimeadozen by ubu in January 2009

This project was initiated by Fritz Renold

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Elliott Sharp "Syndakit"
Taktlos 2003
Rote Fabrik, Zürich (CH)
May 10, 2003


Elliott Sharp - guitar, electronics; Hans Koch - saxophones, bass clarinet; Tobias Delius - saxophones; Curtis Fowlkes - trombone; Thomas Heberer - trumpet; Claudia Ulla Binder - piano; Hans Hassler - accordion; Charlotte Hug - viola; Martin Schütz - violoncello; David Hofstra - bass, electric bass, tuba; Sim Caine - drums; Fredy Studer - drums

1. Syndakit (Sharp) > band intros ES (51:28)
2. Improvisation (27:01) [inc]
3. FM Talk (1:09)

TT: 79:39

Sound: A
Source: DRS 2 broadcast ("Neue Musik im Konzert") / 2003
Lineage: FM > minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > FLAC (8)(asb)
Additional (2009): EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred files) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Recorded, tranferred & shared on dimeadozen by ubu (Jan. 2009)

Notes:
#1 was performed as part 2 of the concert.
#2 is only a part of the first, 80+ minute half of the concert, performed without interruptions, musicians walking on and off stage and combining in various line-ups.
#3 was #2 originally, I moved it not to disturb the flow of the music.

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Elvin Jones Jazz Machine
jazznojazz festival
Theaterhaus Gessnerallee, Zürich (CH)
October 31, 1999


Darron Barrett - trumpet; Antoine Roney - tenor sax; Eric Lewis - piano; Steve Kirby - bass; Elvin Jones - drums

1. Introduction by EJ (4:03)
2. E.J.'s Blues (Elvin Jones) 21:51
3. Lullaby of Izugi Village (trad.) 30:27
4. Black Orpheus (Luiz Bonfa) 13:04

TT: 69:25

Sound: A (mono)
Source: DRS 2 live broadcast
Lineage: FM > minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > CDR > EAC (secure) > FLAC (8)(asb)
Shared by ubu on dimeadozen in January 2009

Note: I recorded this in mono as these were really long broadcasts (live) and there was no longplay function on my first MD recorder... it was most likely broadcast in stereo.

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Elvin Jones Jazz Machine
Jazzfestival Willisau
Willisau (CH)
September 2, 2001 (afternoon)


Delfeayo Marsalis - trombone; Pat LaBarbera - tenor & soprano sax; Eric Lewis - piano; David Pulphus - bass; Elvin Jones - drums

1. unknown (19:33)
2. unknown > Announcement EJ (21:57)
3. It Don't Mean a Thing (Duke Ellington) (11:25)

TT: 52:56

Sound: A
Source: DRS 2 broadcast / 2001 or 2002
Lineage: FM > minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > CDR > EAC (secure) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Edited: fixed a small glitch at the beginning of #1, centred all tracks (WAV > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC [8,asb,verify])
Shared by ubu on dimeadozen in January 2009

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Frank Gratkowski
Taktlos
Zürich (Switzerland), Rote Fabrik
May 9, 2004


Wolter Wierbos - trombone; Frank Gratkowski - alto sax & contrabass clarinet; Dieter Manderscheid - bass; Gerry Hemingway - drums

1. Part I (29:35)
2. Part II (19:38) [inc]

TT: 49:13

Sound: A
Source: DRS 2 broadcast
Lineage: FM > minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > CDR
Additional (2009): EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred tracks) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Recorded and transferred (2004) and shared on dimeadozen (Jan 2009) by ubu

Note: the second of two parts performed at the concert is incomplete by some minutes

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Hans Koller - Rarities from the Eighties

Hans Koller (ts), Fritz Pauer (p,keys)
1. unknown (Erik Satie) 15:54
2. Naima (John Coltrane) 5:21
Recorded in the early 1980s
#1 from Klaus Schulz's private archives.
#2 was recorded for Walter Richard Langer's "Bourbon Street" TV show, for a Coltrane programme.

Hans Koller (ts)
3. Lush Life (Billy Strayhorn) 3:27
Private recording, live in a club in Vienna, early Eighties.

Hans Koller (ts), Attila Zoller (g)
4. All the Things You Are (Jerome Kern) 10:05
Recorded February 12, 1983 at "Willy's Rumpelkammer", a club in Vienna.

TT: 33:50

Sound: A- (#1/2), A-/B+ (#3/4 - low hum)
Source: OE 1 broadcast

Lineage: FM > minidisc > analogue to HD > Cool Edit Pro > CDR
Additional: EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred WAVs) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Shared by ubu on dimeadozen in January 2009

Notes:
I recorded this off my mono radio, but these are low-fi recordings anyway, so I hope you won't mind!
the remaining tracks two shown in the log are commercially released!

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Hans Werner Henze - 10. Sinfonie
(World Premiere Performance)

Simon Rattle
City of Birmingham Orchestra

Luzern (Switzerland), Kultur- und Kongresszentrum (KKL)
August 17, 2002

1. I - Ein Sturm (9:38)
2. II - Ein Hymnus (8:48)
3. III - Ein Tanz (7:31)
4. IV - Ein Traum (10:57)

5. Applause (0:38)

TT: 36:57 (with applause: 37:35)

Sound: A/A- (mono)
Source: DRS 2 broadcast / 2002 (poss. live, I can't remember)
Lineage: FM > minidisc > analogue to HD > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Shared by ubu on dimeadozen in January 2009

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Roman Haubenstock-Ramati (1919–1994)
Historische Auftragswerke des Südwestrundfunks


1 “Petite musique de nuit. Mobile en mètres proportionnels” pour orchestre [10:46]
(1958)
SWF Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
Ltg: Pierre Boulez

2 Madrigal für vielstimmig gemischten Chor a cappella [9:01]
(1970)
Vokalensemble Kassel
Ltg: Klaus Martin Ziegler

3-5 “Vermutungen über ein dunkles Haus”
(1962/63)
I Vermutungen über ein dunkles Haus [5:54]
II Für K [7:30]
III Die Ausweisung [6:24]
(3 Teile aus der Oper nach dem Roman „Amerika“ von Kafka)
SWF Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
Ltg: Ernest Bour

6 “Credentials or Think, Think Lucky” für Sprechstimme & 8 Instrumente [12:56]
(1960)
Cathy Berberian, Sprecherin
SWF-Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
Ltg: Hans Rosbaud


Aufnahmen von den Donaueschinger Musiktagen:
Petite musique de nuit: 18. Oktober 1959 (Uraufführung)
Credentials or “Think, Think Lucky”: 21. Oktober 1961 (Uraufführung)
Vermutungen über ein dunkles Haus: 18. Oktober 1964 (Uraufführung)
Madrigal: 17. Oktober 1970 (Uraufführung)
Aufgenommen und produziert vom Südwestrundfunk

TT: 52:31

Sound: A/A- (mono)
Source: SWR 2 broadcast
Lineage: FM > minidisc > analogue to HD > Cool Edit Pro > CDR > EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred all files) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Shared on dimeadozen by ubu in January 2009

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ICP Orchestra
Jazzfestival Willisau
Willisau (Switzerland)
September 2, 2001 (afternoon)


Thomas Heberer - trumpet; Wolter Wierbos - trombone; Michael Moore - alto sax & clarinet; Ab Baars - tenor sax & clarinet; Misha Mengelberg - piano; Mary Oliver - viola; Tristan Honsinger - violoncello; Ernst Glerum - bass; Han Bennink - drums

1. Ktoel (Kchair) (Misha Mengelberg) 10:54
2. Happy Go Lucky Local Mix (Duke Ellington) 9:44
3. improvisation (4:54)
4. Crocodile Tear (Misha Mengelberg) 6:05 [p/b/d only]
5. Country Band March (Charles Ives) 3:56
6. Caravan (Tizol-Ellington) 11:44
7. Rollo II (Misha Mengelberg) 7:01

TT: 54:22

Sound: A
Source: Swiss Radio Broadcast "Jazz Live" (DRS 2)
Lineage: fm > (tape? >) minidisc > analogue transfer to HD (GoldWave) > cdr
Additional: EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred all tracks) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Recorded (2001 or 2002), tranferred (2005?) & shared by ubu on dimeadozen (January 2009)

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Ikue Mori / Zeena Parkins
Taktlos 2005
Zürich (Switzerland), Rote Fabrik
June 3, 2005


Zeena Parkins - harp, electric harp, glockenspiel, electronics
Ikue Mori - laptop

01. (6:44)
02. (4:56)
03. (4:51)
04. (3:55)
05. (7:08)
06. (5:32)
07. (5:43)
08. (7:56)
09. (4:38)
10. (2:55)

TT: 54:23

Sound: A-
Lineage: Aud (front row, center) > cheap Sony mic > Minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > FLAC (asb)(8) > CDR
Additional: EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred all tracks, boosted left channel +6dB) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Shared by ubu on dimeadozen in January 2009

Note: I cut out the applause because it interrupted the flow of the music (which bothered me to some extent, in the live situation as well).

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Ittinger Pfingskonzerte 1999
Kartause Ittingen (Switzerland)
May 22-24, 1999
(I think this was Sunday evening, May 23)


Brumel - Missa victimae paschali laudes
Machaut - 4 Motetten


Hilliard Ensemble:
David James - Countertenor; Rogers Covey-Crump, John Potter - Tenor; Gordon Jones - Bariton

Elliot Carter
György Kurtág

Instrumentalensemble Heinz Holliger: Silvia Nopper - Sopran; Felix Renggli - Flöten; Heinz Holliger - Oboen, Englischhorn; Elmar Schmid - Klarinetten; Kathrin Rabus & Hansheinz Schneeberger - Violinen; Thomas Demenga - Violoncello


ANTOINE BRUMEL
Missa victime paschali laudes
1. Kyrie [3:43]
2. Gloria [6:14]

ELLIOTT CARTER
3. Tempo e tempi (Eugenio Montle) (1998) für Sopran und Ensemble [2:19]
4. Ed e subito sera (Salvatore Quasimodo) (April 1999) für Sopran und Ensemble (Uraufführung) [0:54]
5. L'oboe sommerso (Salvatore Quasimodo) (April 1999) für Sopran und Oboe (Uraufführung) [2:29]

BRUMEL
6. Credo [8:44]

GYÖRGY KURTAG
7. Ein Sappho-Fragment (Februar 1999) für Englischhorn Solo (Uraufführung) [1:47]
8. Due fiori (1998) [2:52]
9. Hommage à Yehudi Menuhin [3:28]

BRUMEL
10. Sanctus [7:50]

GUILLAUME DE MACHAUT
11. Motette #22 [3:00]
12. Motette #8 [2:10]
13. Motette #12 [3:07]
14. Motette #23 [3:47]

BRUMEL
15. Agnus Dei [3:21]


TT: 55:45

Sound: A
Source: DRS 2 live broadcast
Lineage: FM > tape > minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > CDR
Additional: EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred all tracks) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Shared on dimeadozen by ubu in January 2009

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John Zorn - Masada
Willisau (Switzerland), Jazzfestival
August 29, 1998


Dave Douglas - trumpet
John Zorn - alto sax
Greg Cohen - bass
Joey Baron - drums

1. Tevel (8:21) [Masada 1]
2. Tahah (5:01) [Masada 10]
3. Chayah (10:48) [Masada 9]
4. Zebdi (2:26) [Masada 1]
5. Tiferet (7:09) [Masada 5]
6. Acharei Mot (11:54) [Masada 9]
7. Bacharach (1:40) [Masada 7]
8. Kochot (5:00) [Masada 9]
9. Tohorot > Announcement JZ (6:53) [Masada 8]
10. Katzatz (3:05) [Masada 3]
11. Bith Aneth (12:16) [Masada 1]

TT: 74:47 - complete concert

Sound: A
Source: DRS 2 broadcast
Lineage: FM > tape(s) > minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > FLAC (8,asb,verify) > CDR > EAC (secure) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)

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New New York Art Quartet
Jazzfestival Willisau, Switzerland
September 1, 2002 (afternoon)


John Zorn - alto saxophone; Roswell Rudd - trombone; Reggie Workman - bass; Milford Graves - drums

1. (19:10)
2. (11:54)
3. (9:26)
4. Milford Graves Talks (1:59)

TT: 42:31

Sound: A
Rec. Eng.: Martin Pearson
Recorded, produced & broadcasted by Swiss Radio DRS2 / 2002

Lineage: FM > (Tape? >) Minidisc > analogue to HD > CDR
Additional: EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred all files) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Shared by ubu on dimeadozen in January 2009

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Oscar Peterson - In Stuttgart
Treffpunkt Jazz Konzerte / Treffpunk Jazz Concerts
Stuttgart (Germany), Liederhalle


September 25, 1973 (two concerts)
Oscar Peterson (p), poss. Barney Kessel (g), unkonwn (b)
1. Who Can I Turn To (4:03) [p-solo - first concert]
2. Stella By Starlight (6:42) [trio - second concert]
poss. NHOP (b)? Kessel id'd by Martin Drew
Note: OP shared the bill with Count Basie & his Orchestra

1975
Oscar Peterson & The Trumpet Kings
Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie, Clark Terry (t),
Peterson (p), Ray Brown (b), unknown (d)
3. Cotton Tail (7:44)
poss. Bobby Durham (d)?

May 12, 1981
Oscar Peterson Trio feat. Clark Terry & Zoot Sims
Terry (t), Sims (ts), Peterson (p), NHOP (b), Martin Drew (d)
4. Squeaky's Blues (7:39)

September 30, 1982
Oscar Peterson (p), Joe Pass (g), unknown (b), unknown (d)
5. Cake Walk (5:10)
6. City Lights (8:11)
poss. NHOP (b), Martin Drew (d)?

May 5, 1986
Oscar Peterson (p), NHOP (b), Martin Drew (d)
7. Bach Suite (15:16)
8. band intros (0:59)
9. Nigerian Marketplace (7:30)

TT: 63:14

Sound: A- (hissy)
Source: SWR 2 broadcast (archive series, ca. 2000 or 2001)
Lineage: FM > tape > minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > CDR
Additional: EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (centred all files) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)

Note:
This was a broadcast presenting selections from Peterson's various Stuttgart appearances, hence the continuous segue between some titles from different sessions. That was how the radio station chose to present the music.
This was one of the earliest of SWR 2's "from the archives" series (broadcast in their "SWR Jazz Session" programme, which back then was a bit longer). They did similar compilations with music by Count Basie and Ella Fitzgerald.

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Steve Swallow - Damaged in Transit
Zürich (Switzerland), Moods
December 5, 2001


Chris Potter - tenor sax
Steve Swallow - electric bass
Adam Nussbaum - drums

1. Item #1 - D.I.T. in Zurich (5:14) >
2. Item #2 - D.I.T. in Zurich (8:44) >
3. Item #3 - D.I.T. in Zurich (11:01)
4. Item #4 - D.I.T. in Zurich (5:11) >
5. Item #5 - D.I.T. in Zurich (10:44) >
6. Item #6 - D.I.T. in Zurich > Announcement by Steve Swallow (6:47)
7. Item #7 - The Love Theme from "Damaged in Transit" (4:47)
8. Item #8 - D.I.T. in Zurich (7:13) [encore]

TT: 59:44 - complete 2nd set

Sound: A-/B+
Source: audience recording (front/center)
Lineage: crappy Sony mic > minidisc > analogue to HD (not done by me) > CDR
Additional (2009): EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro (fixed some marks, boosted bass) > FLAC (8,asb,verify)

Taped & shared by ubu (transferred by a non-dime friend)

***king ubu productions***

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Edgar Varèse "Integrales" / Pierre Boulez "Le Visage Nuptial"
Lucerne Festival 2002
Luzern (Switzerland), Kultur- und Kongresszentrum (KKL)
August 20, 2002


Françoise Pollet - soprano
Susanne Perry - alto
BBC Singers & Symphony Orchestra
Pierre Boulez

EDGAR VARÈSE
1. Intégrales (1924/1925) 11:30

PIERRE BOULEZ
Le Visage Nuptial, après René Char (3rd Version, 1985-88)
for soprano, alto, women's choir & orchestra
2. I - Conduite (3:14)
3. II - Gravité (3:57)
4. III - L'Emuré (1::56)
5. IV - Le Visage Nuptial (12:34)
6. V - Evadné ()
7. VI - Post Scriptum (5:37)

8. Applause (0:32)

[for information purpose: FM intro (1:24)]

TT: 41:51 (43:16 with FM intro)

Sound: A/A- (mono)
Source: DRS 2 broadcast / 2002 (poss. live, I can't remember)
Lineage: FM > minidisc > analogue to HD > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Shared by ubu on dimeadozen in January 2009

Notes:
Sorry about the mono quality, this was from the days were I wasn't aware of that (and didn't care much), I hope there'll be some interest in this, nevertheless!
The applause after #1 has been deleted, as well as some coughing and noise between a few of the parts of Boulez' oeuvre.
I left in the FM intro for information, it's in German.

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BERND ALOIS ZIMMERMANN
Requiem für einen Jungen Dichter (1967/69)


Lingual für Sprecher, Sopran- und Bass-Solo,
drei Chöre, Orchester, Jazz-Combo, Orgel und
elektronische Klänge, nach Texten verschiedener
Dichter, Berichten, Reportagen

Matthias Buss & Marcel Welten - Sprecher [narrators]
Penelope Walmsley-Clark - Sopran
David Pittman-Jennings - Bariton
Tschechischer Philharmonischer Chor Brno
Slowakischer Philharmonischer Chor Bratislava
Herren der Europachor-Akademie Mainz
Jazz-Combo: Axel Dörner (trumpet), Gerd Dudek (reeds)
Alexander von Schlippenbach (piano),
Jochen Schmidt (bass), Paul Lovens (drums)
João Rafael - Klangregie
Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg
Conductor: Ingo Metzmacher


0. Radio Intro (2:10)

1. Prolog / Requiem 1 / Requiem 2 (29:02)
2. Ricercar (10:36)
3. Rappresentazione (5:32)
4. Elegia (1:36)
5. Tratto (1:28)
6. Lamento (7:07)
7. Dona Nobis Pacem (8:36)

8. Applause & Radio Outro (1:28)

TT: 64:01 [with radio tracks 67:40]


Lucerne Festival 2003
Luzern (Switzerland), Kultur- und Kongresszentrum
August 31, 2003

Texte von: Vladimir Majakowski, Sergey Jessenin, Konrad Baier
sowie: James Joyce, Ezra Pound, Albert Camus, Hans Jenny-Hahn, Sandor Verres, Kurt Schwitters, Ludwig Wittgenstein
auch: Hitler, Stalin u.a.

Sound: A- (mono, some hiss)
Source: DRS 2 broadcast / 2003
Lineage: FM > minidisc > analogue to HD > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Recorded, transferred & shared by ubu on dimeadozen in January 2009


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and a few more that I've seeded since:

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Joey DeFrancesco's Goodfellas
Jazzfestival Bern 1999
Bern (CH), Kursaal
May 8, 1999


Joey DeFrancesco - organ; Frank Vignola - guitar; Joe Ascione - drums

1. Just in Time (5:04)
2. Fly Me to the Moon (6:52)
3. Ya See What I'm Sayin? (6:10)
4. Speak Softly Love (7:09)
5. Volare (6:00)
6. All the Way (5:14)
7. Evidence (5:59)
8. Malafemmena (8:15)
9. Tarantella / Whack 'Em (3:44)

10. JDF Interview (4:17) [with German translation]

TT: 58:50

Sound: A
Source: DRS 2 broadcast ("Jazz Live" / 1999)
Lineage: FM > tape > minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > CDR
Additional (2009): EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Recorded (1999), transferred (200?) and shared by ubu on dimeadozen (Jan. 2009) >

goody: dBpoweramp (WAV) > Cool Edit Pro (Pitch Bender +42 cents) > TLH (FLAC, ffp) (1/25/09)

Pitch was approx. 42 cents flat.

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Eastern Rebellion
Boston, MA (USA), Regatta Bar, Harvard Square
1995


Ralph Moore - tenor sax; Cedar Walton - piano; David Williams - bass; Billy Higgins - drums

radio intro (0:37) [#1 starts below] >
1. Little Sunflower (10:32) [inc, missing a few bars of p-intro]
2. My Ideal (8:00) [inc, missing a few bars of p-intro]
3. Roni's Decision (11:18)
4. In The Kitchen (8:32) [inc, missing a few bars of p-intro, cut out]
5. 'Round Midnight (5:26) [missing opening p-chord]
6. All The Things You Are (8:00)

TT: 50:50 (51:27 with radio intro)

Sound: A
Source: WGBH broadcast (NPR "Jazz Set", host: Branford Marsalis)
Lineage: FM > ? > dime > FLAC > WAV > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)

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Claude Chalhoub - Ensemble
Traumzelt-Festival 2003
Duisburg (DE), Landschaftspark Nord
July 6, 2003


*** Chalhoub Ensemble ***
Gilad Atzmon - clarinet; Claude Chalhoub - violin, viola; Johannes Bahlmann - keyboards; Gros Ngolle-Pokossi - bass; David Paulicke - drums; Trilok Gurtu - percussion, tabla

*** Indigo String Octet ***
Heike Haushalter, Gudrun Edelkötter, Petra Stalz, Gunda Gottschalk, Monika Malek, Thomas Beimel, Gesa Hagen, Ludmilla Witzel

1. It Might (5:05)
2. Indian Weddings (7:13)
3. Diva (5:32)
4. May Overture (10:28)
5. Overture 2 (4:51)
6. Caravan In Style (4:59)
7. Longa (4:03)
8. Drops (7:11)
9. Chalhoug/ Gurtu Duo (8:09)
10. Overture 2 (5:16) [encore]

TT: 62:51

Sound: A
Source: FM Broadcast
Lineage: cdr in trade--eac--flac level 6--dime.
Additional: FLAC > WAV > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)

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Don Friedman - 70th Birthday Celebration
JazzBaltica 2005
Konzertscheune, Salzau (DE)
July 3, 2005



CD1/44:18

Don Friedman - piano
Joe Lovano - tenor sax (#3,4)
Palle Danielsson - bass
Brian Blade - drums

1. Memory for Scotty (9:57)2. I Hear A Rhapsody (9:52)
3. Portrait of Jenny (12:36)
4. Almost Everything (11:53)


CD2/41:45

Joe Lovano - tenor sax (#3,4)
Don Friedman - piano
Jim Hall - guitar
George Mraz - bass
Lewis Nash - drums

1. It Could Happen to You (9:33)2. Never Let Me Go (10:43)
3. Half and Half (15:32)
4. Alone Together (5:57)


TT: 86:03

Sound: A/A-
Source: prob. 3sat broadcast
Lineage: TV -> ? -> CDR -> EAC -> WAV -> FLAC
Additional lineage: FLAC > WAV > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)

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Stefano Di Battista Quartet
Off Beat Festival 2004
Basel (CH)
May 2, 2004


Stefano Di Battista - alto & soprano sax
Eric Legnini - piano
Rosario Bonaccorso - bass
André Ceccarelli - drums

1. A Night In Tunisia (Gillespie-Paparelli) 9:27
2. Donna Lee (Charlie Parker) 8:46
3. unknown (9:56)
4. Band Intros SDB (3:44)
5. Star Eyes (Raye-DePaul) 9:30
6. 'Round Midnight (Monk-Hanighen-Williams) 11:32

TT: 52:58

Sound: A
Source: DRS 2 "Jazz Live" / 2004 or 2005
Lineage: FM > (tape? >) minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Taped and transferred by ubu (2004/2005?) / Shared on dimeadozen (Jan. 2009)

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Tackhead w/Adrian Sherwood
Willisau (CH), Jazzfestival 2004
August 27, 2004


Bernard Fowler - vocals; Skip McDonald - guitar; Doug Wimbish - electric bass; Keith Le Blanc - drums; Adrian Sherwood - sound/mixing

1. Stormy Weather > Rapper's Delight (Good Times) > White Lines (14:14)
2. Terrorism (5:46)
3. No Release, No Surrender (5:25)
4. (Don't You Mind) People Grinning in Your Face > Hammerhead > d-solo (12:48)
5. Air Born Ranger (5:44) [tape-flip @ 1:54]

TT: 43:59

Sound: A/A-
Source: DRS 2 "Jazz Live" / 2004 or 2005
Lineage: FM > tape > minidisc > analogue to HD > GoldWave > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Taped, transferred & seeded by ubu

Note: this is from the second half of a long concert - to my knowledge, this is all that has been broadcast, alas.

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Woody Shaw / Dexter Gordon / Kenny Clarke
"Return of the Masters"
7th Annual University of Pittsburgh Jazz Concert
Pittsburgh, Pensylvania (USA), Carnegie Music Hall
October 22, 1977



CD1/55:57 - from the workshops

1. Introduction by Billy Taylor (5:05)

WOODY SHAW (t) w/James Johnson Jr (p), Hideo Shimaro (b), Ikira Suzui (d)
2. Introduction by Woody Shaw (0:27)
3. Au Privave (Charlie Parker) 7:39
4. Woody speaks (3:37)
5. Autumn Leaves (Kosma-Prevert-Mercer) 6:09
6. Woody speaks (1:41)
7. Oleo (Sonny Rollins) 5:06

8. Billy Taylor Announcement (1:42)

KENNY CLARKE (d) w/Abe Laboriel (elb)
9. Kenny Clarke speaks & plays (7:50)

10. Billy Taylor Announcement (1:01)

DEXTER GORDON (ts) w/James Johnson Jr (p), Hideo Shimaro (b), Ikira Suzui (d)
11. Dexter speaks (2:53)
12. Blues In B-Flat (12:10)

13. Billy Taylor Announcement (0:32)


CD2/27:04 - from the evening concert

1. Billy Taylor Introduction (0:57)
2. Stage Intro by Ray Coleman (0:31)

Woody Shaw - trumpet
Dextor Gordon - tenor sax
Nathan Davis - soprano sax (#4 only)
Terry Pollard - vibes
Mike Longo - piano
Abraham Laboriel - electric bass
Kenny Clarke - drums

3. Oleo (Sonny Rollins) 13:58
4. It's You Or No One (10:18)

5. Outro by Billy Taylor (1:18)


TT: 83:01

Sound: A-/B+
Source: NPR "Jazz Alive!" (host: Billy Taylor)
Lineage: FM > ? > dime > FLAC > WAV > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)

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John McLaughlin
München [Munich] (Germany), Herkules-Saal des Deutschen Museums
August 19, 1972


John McLaughlin - guitar

1. Announcement J. E. Berendt (0:46)
2. Waltz for Bill Evans (C. Corea) 10:46
3. Blue in Green (M. Davis) 5:54
4. Something's Missing / Something Spiritual (D. Herman) 7:21
5. Good Bye Pork Pie Hat (C. Mingus) 9:18
6. Follow Your Heart (J. McLaughlin) 4:35

TT: 38:40

Source/Lineage/Quality: FM – copy from master – Revox A77
- Edirol R09 – HD – Magix XXL 2008 (mastering) – flac – dime – A- =>
goody: dBpowerAMP (WAV) > Cool Edit Pro (Pitch Bender -58 cents) > Trader's Little Helper (FLAC, ffp)


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and finally a pair of upcoming ones:

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Elvin Jones Sextet
Kaiserslautern (DE), Fruchthalle
October 6, 1981


Ray Carless - sax; Dayne Armstrong - sax; Fumio Karashima - piano; Marvin Horne - guitar; Andy McCloud - bass; Elvin Jones - drums

1. E.J.'s Blues (Elvin Jones) 17:50
2. Doll of the Bride (Elvin Jones) 22:21
3. George & Me (14:45)

TT: 54:56

Sound: A
Lineage: FM-Master>CDR>EAC>HD>.mkw AUDIO Compression Tool>DIME
Additional lineage: SHN > WAV > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)

:: ubu's edits ::
- deleted a bit of silence and applause at beginning of #1
- fixed both marks
- deleted a bit of silence at end of #3

Note on personnel: Jazz Podium only mentioned "Carless" and "Armstrong", most of the personnel is an educated guess and has not been confirmed.

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Thomas Chapin
Zaragoza (ES), Centro Civico Delicias
January 11, 1992


Thomas Chapin - alto sax, flute; Jorge Pardo - tenor & soprano sax, flute; Carlo Morena - piano; Joe Dante - bass; Fernando Llorca - drums

1. unknown (19:52)
2. unknown (22:03)
3. unknown (11:32)
4. Cherokee (Ray Noble) 14:06
5. Yesterdays (Jerome Kern) 12:23

TT: 79:59

Sound: A
Source: FM
Lineage: cdr in trade--eac--flac level 6--dime.
Additional: FLAC > WAV > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)

:: ubu's edits ::
centred all files (tiny DC offset)
deleted a bit of silence at the beginning of #3
fixed marks 1/2, 3/4

Note: some of the names were mis-spelled, Joe Dante was given as Joe Fonda, but Dante is the name given by Pardo at the end of #4

11 comments:

ubu said...

dime links:

Davos Festival:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=233304&hit=1

Ahmad Jamal/George Coleman:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=233110&hit=1

Alvin Curran:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=233234&hit=1

Bernd Alois Zimmermann "Requiem":
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232809&hit=1

Brumel/Machaut/Carter/Kurtag:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=233462&hit=1

Cedar Walton "Eastern Rebellion":
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=235367&hit=1

Claude Chalhoub:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=235369&hit=1

Diana Krall:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232863&hit=1

Don Friedman:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=235322&hit=1

Duke Ellington:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232502&hit=1

Ellington Legacy Orchestra:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232689&hit=1

Elliott Sharp "Syndakit":
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232998&hit=1

Elvin Jones - Willisau 2001:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232821&hit=1

Elvin Jones - Zurich 1999:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232554&hit=1

Frank Gratkowski Quartet:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=233335&hit=1

Hans Koller Rarities:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232477&hit=1

Hans Werner Henze:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232423&hit=1

Haubenstock-Ramati:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232668&hit=1

ICP Orchestra:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232846&hit=1

Ikue Mori & Zeena Parkins:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232421&hit=1

Joey DeFrancesco's Goodfellas:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=234809&hit=1

John McLaughlin solo:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=234933&hit=1

John Zorn Masada:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232156&hit=1

New New York Art Quartet:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232655&hit=1

Oscar Peterson:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232242&hit=1

Stefano di Battista:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=233872&hit=1

Steve Swallow:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=233496&hit=1

Tackhead:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=233859&hit=1

Varèse/Boulez:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=232834&hit=1

Shaw/Gordon/Klook:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=235546&hit=1

Note for the late-comers:
Dime is a peer-to-peer tracker, no music is hosted on dime, dime is merely a tracker that allowes people to exchange music using bit-torrent software.
After a certain period of inactiviy, items no longer "seeded" on dime (meaning: none of the people who grabbed one of my shows still has it on his harddisk AND has it open in his bit-torrent client) will get deleted.
Hence don't send me mails or comments about not-working links, please!
Such is life, some things you'll just miss - no one can get it all!

Simon666 said...

*phew*
I'll put in a vote for Eastern Rebellion - always up for a new version of "Little Sunflower" :)

Wallofsound said...

A party indeed!

Of course I'm going to say I'd love to see them all up here.

I know that's asking a lot, so my special request is for Ahmad Jamal Trio, Steve Swallow, Stefano di Battista, and Woody Shaw. The upcoming Thomas Chapin also sounds great.

And just so it doesn't look like I am asking for too many, I'll just say I support Simon666's request for Eastern Rebellion.

Lucky said...

thx, ubu!

one of the many i tried was still active (icp) - here's the list of ubu's uploads, where you can also see, if the torrent you're looking for has seeds or not:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/account-details.php?id=57152

cheers

ubu said...

Good choices so far... it will of course take me a while to prepare these - some of the info needs to be fixed, as thanks to dime-downloaders, more tunes and stuff has been identified. Also my HDs are full to the brim, I need to burn a couple of 100 CDR spindles to make some room for new .rar-files!

ubu said...

The Chapin is up now, for those who prefer grabbing it directly from dime:

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=235564

doghouse said...

Too many riches to make just one choice (many thanks ubu).
My vote goes for
1 Thomas Chapin
2 New NY Art Quartet
3 Frank Gratkowski
Thanks for the opportunity and all the other wonderful stuff on this blog - fred

lc said...

hello ubu, almost impossible to take one's pick but here would be my choice.

Elliott Sharp "Syndakit"
Ikue Mori & Zeena Parkins
Alvin Curran
New New York Art Quartet
Frank Gratkowski Quartet
Hans Koller Rarities
ICP Orchestra

'still haven't started giving a try to your latest Freddie Hubbard thread, though I'll make sure I do.
thanks for the offering.

nick said...

holy moly. The McLaughlin solo and the Dex/Klook "Return of the Masters" concerts are what I'd grab first if given the opportunity... ;) Thanks for another bounty of rices, ubu!

El Librito said...

I´d go for the Mc Laughlin and Elliot Sharp stuff!

sambeck2001 said...

A big bunch of music ...

Davos Festival
Gratkowski
ICP
Mori/Parkins
Ittinger Pfingstkonzerte
Chalhoub

Varese - Boulez

Zimmermann by Metzmacher looks interesting, but i have the CD by Gielen - that's enough.

Now I'm expecting, what will happen.

sambec